Sausage Recipes

Sausage Recipes

Sausages are a popular meat product that you can either buy or make yourself. Sausages are usually made from pork or beef, although turkey, chicken and vegetarian varieties are available. The word 'sausage' comes from the Old French word 'saussiche' and the Latin word 'salsus' meaning salted — sausages can be salted as a way of preserving them. Some sausages are also cooked and cured in the process of making them, such as chorizo, which is cured and can be eaten uncooked or cooked depending on your preferences. We've got loads of sausage recipes below, including a homemade Tuscan sausage recipe, as well as a few recipes to make the most of cheap sausages such as sausage chilli and sausage rice.

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  • Lamb - Options for this versatile meat including burgers, pies, barbequed lamb, slow-cooked shanks and traditional roast leg of lamb.
  • Lentils - Lentils are a fantastically good source of nutrients and protein, which is perhaps why they are increasingly becoming more popular in our cuisine.
  • Stuffing - Almost anything can be made into a stuffing, but the most popular ingredients tend to be rice, minced pork or beef, cous cous and cheese.
  • Trout - Distinctive fish that tastes sweet, nutty and absolutely delicious. Very tasty when barbequed or pan-fried with a pinch of salt and pepper.
  • Vegetable Soup - Make a filling soup for your lunch and serve it with bread or crackers, or serve a soup with pasta or noodles for a yummy main course.
  • Yorkshire Puddings - Made from a batter, these are a chewy, crispy, accompaniment to any meat and vegetables.

About Sausages:

Sausages are far more versatile than you might think. Instead of thinking of them as something you serve with mash or a cooked breakfast, think of them as any other cut of meat — such as beef, pork or chicken that you can cook in almost any way imaginable.

We have plenty of methods of cooking sausages above — there's a sausage oven bake, a sausage and haloumi bake, a sausage and olive stew to name just a few. There are also plenty of ways to jazz up plain sausages — there's a recipe for salsa sausages, honey and mustard sausages, devilled sausages and sticky onion sausages.

Whichever way you decide to cook your sausages, just remember to make sure that there is no trace of pink in the middle of your sausages before serving.

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