Tesco Pork (96%) and Herb Sausage Patties (6 = 342g) was £2.00 now £1.75 @ Tesco
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Tesco Pork (96%) and Herb Sausage Patties (6 = 342g) was £2.00 now £1.75 @ Tesco

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Found 22nd Sep 2017
This is a last minute reminder of the deal which ends on Monday 25th September

Tesco Pork (96%) and Herb Sausage Patties (6 = 342g) was £2.00 now £1.75 (
Only 30p a pattie and almost all meat)

Seasoned Pork burger with Sage, Parsley & Black Pepper.

Ingredients:

Pork (96%), Dextrose, Salt, Herbs (Sage, Parsley), Black Pepper, Preservative (Sodium Metabisulphite), Antioxidant (Ascorbic Acid), Spice Extracts (Black Pepper, Nutmeg, Coriander)

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Are these nice?
NorwoodDeals6 m ago

Are these nice?



Surprisingly there not bad at all!
We recently brought these, had one lot which were quite nice but the last batch were very gritty, not nice at all. I would rather they charged a bit more to have better quality.
Will give them a try, cheaper than McDonalds for hangovers!
purchased these for a breakfast similar to a well known retailer. Not bad and best of all kids didnt mind them.
just need to find a circular egg ring and then it will be identical - might look around

well that didn't take long

egg rings - x4 £1.52

patties 1.75

going to be a cheap breakfast
Edited by: "rob200375" 22nd Sep 2017
rob20037537 m ago

just need to find a circular egg ring and then it will be identical - …just need to find a circular egg ring and then it will be identical - might look aroundwell that didn't take longegg rings - x4 £1.52patties 1.75going to be a cheap breakfast



Hope you all enjoy!
rob2003751 h, 22 m ago

just need to find a circular egg ring and then it will be identical - …just need to find a circular egg ring and then it will be identical - might look aroundwell that didn't take longegg rings - x4 £1.52patties 1.75going to be a cheap breakfast


i just use the smooth side of cookie cutters, works out just as well!
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What else do we need to make a McDonald's Sausage and Egg muffin then?

1x Patty
1x Egg
1x Cheese Slice
1x Muffin

1x Hash Brown and;
1x coffee/OJ (to make it a "meal deal")


Suppose you could use a bagel instead of a muffin.
deleted43494822nd Sep 2017

What else do we need to make a McDonald's Sausage and Egg muffin then?1x …What else do we need to make a McDonald's Sausage and Egg muffin then?1x Patty1x Egg1x Cheese Slice1x Muffin1x Hash Brown and;1x coffee/OJ (to make it a "meal deal")Suppose you could use a bagel instead of a muffin.



That's what "Burger King" use!
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rubberbullets47 s ago

That's what "Burger King" use!


You can opt for a bagel at Maccies too! It's actually nice, but i'm a purist.
Are these in the frozen or fresh isle? Never seen them before but heading to Tesco later.

*Edit, never mind, I clicked on the link I'll pick some up later.
Edited by: "GlentoranMark" 22nd Sep 2017
I make Maccy D's double sausage and egg mcmuffins with these. They taste exactly the same. Slowly cook these on a dry frying pan, after toasting the muffins slightly, then microwave the eggs in a poaching pod (find these in Morrison's) then a cheese slice on the muffin, chuck these patties in and quickly fry both sides of the eggs in the pan.

If you want the full experience, I just use the McCain hash browns (the wedge shaped ones) as they taste near identical.
EmperorRosko2 m ago

I make Maccy D's double sausage and egg mcmuffins with these. They taste …I make Maccy D's double sausage and egg mcmuffins with these. They taste exactly the same. Slowly cook these on a dry frying pan, after toasting the muffins slightly, then microwave the eggs in a poaching pod (find these in Morrison's) then a cheese slice on the muffin, chuck these patties in and quickly fry both sides of the eggs in the pan.If you want the full experience, I just use the McCain hash browns (the wedge shaped ones) as they taste near identical.


McDonalds HashBrowns are (well at least definitely were when I worked there) McCain.
Pepp7715 m ago

McDonalds HashBrowns are (well at least definitely were when I worked …McDonalds HashBrowns are (well at least definitely were when I worked there) McCain.


Yeah, I didn't have the proof, but in terms of flavour, I was 99% sure they were McCain like.

As for these patties, they must be made at the same factory as maccys cos they are soo similar in flavour, size, colour and everything.
These genuinely taste like the ones McDonalds use in their sausage mcmuffins. Heat added
EmperorRosko4 h, 29 m ago

I make Maccy D's double sausage and egg mcmuffins with these. They taste …I make Maccy D's double sausage and egg mcmuffins with these. They taste exactly the same. Slowly cook these on a dry frying pan, after toasting the muffins slightly, then microwave the eggs in a poaching pod (find these in Morrison's) then a cheese slice on the muffin, chuck these patties in and quickly fry both sides of the eggs in the pan.If you want the full experience, I just use the McCain hash browns (the wedge shaped ones) as they taste near identical.

Which hash browns are they? I love McDonald's hash browns
Just McCain frozen ones. Maccy D's get their hash browns from McCain but they are a certain shape made specifically for them, but you get the McCain frozen ones, they are like triangle shaped and when fried or oven cooked they are exact.
Surprising the qourn sausage patties are good too. A minute to heat a slice of processed cheese and you can start to say goodbye to your hangover
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