Lidl De Luxe Sausages £1.29
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Lidl De Luxe Sausages £1.29

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Found 9th Nov 2015
Lidl De Luxe Sausages came out really well in a recent Good Housekeeping taste test....worth giving them a try
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hhhmmmmm, pig lips and bum holes in a plastic skin.
monkeybrain

hhhmmmmm, pig lips and bum holes in a plastic skin.


Delicious with brown sauce
If only they were proper outdoor reared / free range pigs.
pigs inners all mxed in
Deluxe, does that mean 10% meat as opposed to 5%...
monkeybrain

hhhmmmmm, pig lips and bum holes in a plastic skin.


mocking pork sausages to promote monkey brains instead?
these comments aren't helping with my morning sickness oO
Had the red onion ones disgusting
OB1

If only they were proper outdoor reared / free range pigs.

they'd cost a lot more.
sexyshelk135

Had the red onion ones disgusting


I have some in the fridge

Tried the sweet chilli ones - they were quite nice.
Reminds me it's coming up to Christmas so Babe is due on.
monkeybrain

hhhmmmmm, pig lips and bum holes in a plastic skin.



So you've met my missus
Gone right off sausages recently dunno why but there you go. Not tried these before the extra special ones in Morrisons are nice. If passing might get a pack to try ta
They do sweet chill and jalapeno peppers one it is very tasty, it is not too spicy but nice and warming. I haven't tried the caramelised onion one though.
monkeybrain

hhhmmmmm, pig lips and bum holes in a plastic skin.


Please stop boosting about yourself.
It would be nice to know what the ingredients are. The link to website doesn't say.
Oooh I do love a de luxe sausage, that's going straight in my basket....
OB1

If only they were proper outdoor reared / free range pigs.



https://www.goodhousekeeping.co.uk/institute/food-reviews/sausages

Lidl's Deluxe Pork Sausages are made from outdoor bred pork and cost £1.75 for six.

The Deluxe Pork Sausages from Lidl are really juicy and tender, and well flavoured. The skin is a bit tough, but they have a good coarse texture and pork flavour.

Edited by: "hdhinsa" 9th Nov 2015
AVANTIME

Oooh I do love a de luxe sausage, that's going straight in my basket....



​I hope that's not a euphemism!
winchman

Deluxe, does that mean 10% meat as opposed to 5%...



Please educate yourself. Just generally.
The premium sausages typically don't use plastic skins. Worked briefly in the company which made for all the major supermarkets.
Hog intestines were used for the bigger sausages and lamb intestines for the thinner sausage skins.
Just some useless info..
Good Housekeeping approvals count for nothing these days.
It's like approving a chimp just for being a chimp even though he's not a better chimp than all the other chimps.
us_agent2012

Please educate yourself. Just generally.


I know that 10 is more than 5, so not completely thick, I'll keep trying though, just for you.
Maybe at the same time you could try and find a sense of humour.

UK sausages are a bit of a joke to other Europeans as some have so little meat they shouldn't even be called sausages, hence the comment, obviously its a serious issue to you.
To d1gger 'It would be nice to know what the ingredients are' As they are pork sausages I'm going to take a punt and say pork. Seriously if you are that interested why not pop in and read the label.
winchman

I know that 10 is more than 5, so not completely thick, I'll keep trying … I know that 10 is more than 5, so not completely thick, I'll keep trying though, just for you. Maybe at the same time you could try and find a sense of humour.UK sausages are a bit of a joke to other Europeans as some have so little meat they shouldn't even be called sausages, hence the comment, obviously its a serious issue to you.



Sausages are a minimum of 42%, these silly 95% meat ones are basically reformed pork steaks with flavouring.

Much love
I love big sausage for bedtime!
hdhinsa

https://www.goodhousekeeping.co.uk/institute/food-reviews/sausagesLidl's … https://www.goodhousekeeping.co.uk/institute/food-reviews/sausagesLidl's Deluxe Pork Sausages are made from outdoor bred pork and cost £1.75 for six.The Deluxe Pork Sausages from Lidl are really juicy and tender, and well flavoured. The skin is a bit tough, but they have a good coarse texture and pork flavour.


Outdoor bred isn't the same as outdoor reared.
OB1

If only they were proper outdoor reared / free range pigs.



Indeed! Are Ducy Originals free range?
I meant Duchy
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