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Herta Hotdogs 10 pack for £1 @ Asda
Herta Hotdogs 10 pack for £1 @ Asda

Herta Hotdogs 10 pack for £1 @ Asda

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These hotdogs are perfect for BBQ(and it does'nt matter if they are undercooked)...10 pence a hotdog ---saw them in my local Asda in Brum .
I think this is valid until Thursday ...loads in stock ....namely because the area this Asda is located has a large Muslim population , so pork products dont tend to shift

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:?Not too sure as to the validity of your comment as to why these products don't shift - and I am sure that isn't repersentative for the whole country.....?!!?:thinking::w00t:

Still....not sure how that makes it any better a deal if you know what I mean - it doesn't 'add' anything... Except make people think

"OH dear, oh dear, silly comment"
However - I digress...:oops:

These are gorgeous, hot!

Good deal. This is a nationwide deal as I saw this on Saturday in the Bury Asda.

LOVE these, altho prefer the fatter ones u get
Heat from me!

Must just add .... dont know bout any1 else but when me n my m8 used to eat these on a night shift, they used to give us both terrible wind LOL.
Just a word of warnin

starsparkle2311;5190197

ta for the warning, I only have one at a time anyway:thumbsup:



Should be ok then lol

you may as well pump these bad boys straight into your arteries, but they are lush and a great deal, voted hot!!!!!

These are great dogs, much tastier than the tinned ones, can be grilled. fried, boiled or BBQ'd

Please can someone confirm if they are the ones featured on Gillian Mckeith show as having trotters n snouts going into making them??? I don't want to buy them if they dooooo.

DaveIB;5190589

These are great dogs, much tastier than the tinned ones, can be grilled. … These are great dogs, much tastier than the tinned ones, can be grilled. fried, boiled or BBQ'd



Can also be cooked by an iron

AgentLipsy;5190703

Please can someone confirm if they are the ones featured on Gillian … Please can someone confirm if they are the ones featured on Gillian Mckeith show as having trotters n snouts going into making them??? I don't want to buy them if they dooooo.



They would have to declare it in their ingredients list - and it's not there.

Pork (72%), Water, Pork Fat, Lactose, Salt, Milk Proteins, Flavouring (with Celery), Wheat Fibre, Yeast, Colours (paprika Extracts , Carmine), Antioxidant (sodium Erythorbate), Preservative (sodium Nitrite).

The 72% pork must be from cuts of meat (defined under EU legislation and doesn't include trotters etc) and the meat must be from muscle tissue.

Here's the detail:

The definition specifically excludes MRM, feet and trotters, tail, and … The definition specifically excludes MRM, feet and trotters, tail, and head meat but includes cheeks (Masseters). It also excludes non-muscle cuts such as liver, kidney, heart etc. Products are still allowed to contain all of these ingredients - they will just need to be described differently, and they cannot count towards the declared meat content.

moob;5190975

They would have to declare it in their ingredients list - and it's not … They would have to declare it in their ingredients list - and it's not there.Pork (72%), Water, Pork Fat, Lactose, Salt, Milk Proteins, Flavouring (with Celery), Wheat Fibre, Yeast, Colours (paprika Extracts , Carmine), Antioxidant (sodium Erythorbate), Preservative (sodium Nitrite).The 72% pork must be from cuts of meat (defined under EU legislation and doesn't include trotters etc) and the meat must be from muscle tissue.Here's the detail:



Thanks for confirming this :thumbsup:

No problem, it's always best to question what some folk say on tv.:thumbsup:

moob;5190975

They would have to declare it in their ingredients list - and it's not … They would have to declare it in their ingredients list - and it's not there.Pork (72%), Water, Pork Fat, Lactose, Salt, Milk Proteins, Flavouring (with Celery), Wheat Fibre, Yeast, Colours (paprika Extracts , Carmine), Antioxidant (sodium Erythorbate), Preservative (sodium Nitrite).The 72% pork must be from cuts of meat (defined under EU legislation and doesn't include trotters etc) and the meat must be from muscle tissue.Here's the detail:


Is a pigs dangly bits classed as musscle tissue then ? if it is i am definately staying clear of these as thats just not my thing !

I used to eat this regularly until I checked the salt and fat content. Don't forget, three or four tiny sausages and your fat and salt intake for the day has been exceeded :P

Still, it's hot :P

rooney10;5192176

Is a pigs dangly bits classed as musscle tissue then ? if it is i am … Is a pigs dangly bits classed as musscle tissue then ? if it is i am definately staying clear of these as thats just not my thing !



Nope - their tackle isn't included as it's further defined as being meat from skeletal muscle. Didn't wanna include that as I didn't think it necessary. :lol:

Great 5 minute documentary on how hot dogs are made..

youtube.com/wat…Rgc

Watch it and I reckon it could change your mind about eating them again

The more lips the better!

Can these be frozen?

Thanks

Faz786;5192510

Great 5 minute documentary on how hot dogs are … Great 5 minute documentary on how hot dogs are made..http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UhwXPsTaRgcWatch it and I reckon it could change your mind about eating them again



Yeah, that's an American video, but don't let the facts shown above get in the way of your scaremongering.:whistling:

The sausages can be frosen, and keep for a very long time, as long as outer packing is not pierced. The can also be eaten as the are, without any cookingm as they are most likely hotsmoked (like the spicy smoked mackerel you can get) or cooked in water after smoking.

In Norway where I come from we basically just have sausages like these, and they are mostly hotsmoked, and they are one of the few food items I realy miss after moving to the UK. I love these ones though and recomend them to everyone.


Viking

JoeBeesley

(and it does'nt matter if they are undercooked)



While you can eat them hot or cold, would not recomend eating them partially cooked / reheated.

Do love these grilled or BBQ'd. Thanks.

Mmmm, love a nice thick meaty sausage - really satisfying! :thumbsup:

Faz786;5192510

Great 5 minute documentary on how hot dogs are … Great 5 minute documentary on how hot dogs are made..http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UhwXPsTaRgcWatch it and I reckon it could change your mind about eating them again




Cracking footage, wouldn't feed to my dog, cannot believe people eat this *****!! :x

Original Poster

Thanks for the heat chaps , much appreciated --as stated in a previous post ,the caveat is dont eat too many :whistling: , a little of what you fancy does you good .

Penny-Pincher!!;5193167

Can these be frozen?Thanks



i hope so as i brought some this week and have stuck them in the freezer lol.
kell:roll:
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