Thurlaston Sausage

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Thurlaston Sausage

Postby fusion555 » Sat Mar 11, 2017 8:33 pm

A few weeks ago i asked for a recipe that would be good to make Sausage Rolls, i was pointed to Phils Thurlaston Sausage recipe, i used it and they were delish.
Lately i have been making Salami, Coppa and such like, decided to use up what was left of the pork Butt i bought to harvest the Copa from and Thurlaston was my choice as i never actually made Sausage last time.
Its in the ref blooming as i type :D

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Re: Thurlaston Sausage

Postby NCPaul » Mon Mar 13, 2017 10:32 am

What did you have it with? How did you like it? I also form it into patties so I can cook it quickly for weekday breakfast.
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Re: Thurlaston Sausage

Postby fusion555 » Mon Mar 13, 2017 5:33 pm

NCPaul wrote:What did you have it with? How did you like it? I also form it into patties so I can cook it quickly for weekday breakfast.


I just today had one for breakfast along with a slice of my sweetheart ham and a fried egg, very nice indeed, a true taste of home (UK) I made 2 kg of them but im thinking they wont last long.
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