Natural Plain Pork Sausages
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Our sausages are unlike most other sausages. Made with only our slow-grown native breed pork, gluten-free oats, salt, pepper - and that's it. All wrapped up in natural casings.
You won't find any preservatives, rusk, breadcrumbs, or any artificial chemicals or flavourings in our sausages.
We believe sausages should be as pure and wholesome as possible, when our pork is this good there is simply no need to mask its delicious flavour.
Our natural plain pork sausages are delicious for breakfast, lunch or dinner. They can either be cooked from frozen or thawed out and pan-fried or oven-roasted.
Our sausages do not contain any preservatives and so we always deliver them to you frozen. They are best stored in the freezer. Our sausages are safe to be frozen again once defrosted.
Free Range Pork, Free Range Pork Fat, Gluten Free Oats (GLUTEN), Water, Salt, Black Pepper, Hog Skin Casings
Our sausages can be cooked from frozen.
To cook from frozen:
Preheat a fan assisted oven to 180C.
Remove the sausages from their packaging and split them up, being careful not to tear them. If they don't all split apart, you can detach them half way through cooking.
Place on a baking sheet and into the preheated oven. Cook for around 30 minutes, until they are golden brown.
To cook from fresh or defrosted:
To defrost the sausages remove from the freezer and leave on your kitchen worktop for a couple of hours. Remember our sausages do not contain any preservatives, so we recommend you cook them within 2 days of defrosting them for best results.
Take a castiron pan and bring to a medium heat. To the pan add a little ghee or lard, to lightly grease the pan.
Add the sausages to the pan and roll around in the fat to caramalise them. Do this for around 10 minutes, or until all of the sausages are golden brown.
To cook on the BBQ:
Defrost the sausages. Place the sausages on the grill away from any direct flames. Cook over the coals, turning regulary, for around 6-7 minutes.
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