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Quick and Easy Sausages Three Ways!

Uncategorized | April 7, 2014 | By

The Black Farmer Premium Pork Sausages with Mashed Potato and Baked Beans

Sausages often get a bad press. There are many excellent quality sausages with a high meat content which are really tasty and every bit as good as other cuts of meat. Sausages are not only good value but they are also extremely versatile.I always buy premium sausages and was delighted when The Black Farmer invited me to review their products, as I had already heard a lot of good things about these sausages. This pack of 10 sausages arrived along with a pack of The Black Farmer’s Daughter’s Premium Chipolatas. They are in the freezer at the moment, awaiting their destiny!

The Black Farmer Premium Pork Sausages
Premium Pork Sausages

Gold winner of the Great Taste Awards, and a FreeFrom Food Award winner.
With 90% meat from prime cuts of pork, these gluten free sausages are full flavoured and meaty. They are made using British Freedom Food outdoor bred pork.
The seasoning really brings out the flavour of the meat.
This is a great all rounder for all the family and for any occasion.
It cooks well in the frying pan, grill or oven and makes a robust ingredient for casseroles as well as a perfect breakfast or tea time treat.
Ingredients Pork 90%, Soya Bean Flour, Salt, Dextrose, Spiced, Herbs, Stabiliser: E451(i), Preservative: E221, Antioxidants: E300, E330, Spice Extracts.
Allergen advice Contains Soya and Sulphites

 
10 sausages is a great number if you have a family to feed, but as there were just the two of us, I managed to make this pack of sausages into three different meals.
 
Sausages – one way
Friday night after a week at work is not a time when I want to be faffing around cooking something fancy especially with the building work ongoing, so the sausages were slowly pan fried and served with mashed potato (the frozen Fluffy Mashed Potato, I featured in “On my Renovation Kitchen Table”) and some baked beans. The sausages were delicious, meaty and moist with a true pork flavour. I cooked all the sausages, we ate four and the remaining six were cooled and put in a box in the fridge.
 
Sausages – two ways
On Saturday I served the cold sausages sliced longways in a roll with lettuce and coleslaw (sorry not photo of that) I actually love cold sausages more than hot ones, so really enjoyed that.
 
Sausages – three ways
 
Spaghetti with Sausages and Red Pepper Pesto
On Sunday we were working hard moving furniture, including our larder unit which still had some food in it that I hadn’t had access to for a while, including a packet of lovely Garofallo spaghetti. And there was my third sausage recipe, a very quick and easy supper of cooked spaghetti, with sliced sausages and a couple of tablespoons of Red Pepper Pesto from a jar.
 
You can find out more about The Black Farmer, the awards they have won and their range of products including gluten free products on the website or Facebook page.

I received the sausages from The Black Farmer, I was not paid for this post and all opinions are my own.

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      JaniceFGK100
      April 10, 2014

      I often get those ones too, but I have to say that these needed no extra flavouring.

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    Karen S Booth
    April 8, 2014

    GREAT ideas for alternative way to serve a banger Janice and I really like the spaghetti with red pesto sauce way too! Karen

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    tinkertink2010
    April 8, 2014

    Love sausages! They are so versatile – a firm family favourite is home made chips with sausages, onion gravy and loads of veggies 🙂

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