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Richmond sausages

Discussion in 'La Cuisine' started by cheesefest, 16 Aug 2021.

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  1. Beerbaron

    Soldato

    Joined: 28 Feb 2006

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    Location: Beds

    Their vegan sausages taste pretty good :D
     
  2. Tefal

    Capo Crimine

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    Location: Wales


    It's a self contained sandwich!!
    Meat and carbs
     
  3. ~Divine~Wind~

    Underboss

    Joined: 14 Jun 2004

    Posts: 16,337

    Location: Newcastle U/T

    Richmond? :cry:

    decent pork sossig only please kthxbai

    Lidl 95/97% pork chipolatas are really nice!
     
  4. Zefan

    Don

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    Location: Tosche Station

    We don't really eat pork anymore unless it comes on something like a pizza. Chicken sausages are frankly superior, try them if you haven't.

    Always reminds me of a few years ago when - while paying for my Subway order - I heard the woman behind me in the queue ask for "some of that chipolata sauce"... Referring to the chipotle sauce :o

    :edit: so I did a Google and found this :eek:

     
  5. ~Divine~Wind~

    Underboss

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    Location: Newcastle U/T

    Heck chicken italia!

    I thought a pack would feed us all... the kids demolished them lol
     
  6. krooton

    Caporegime

    Joined: 9 May 2004

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    Location: Leafy outskirts of London

    This, 99% meat sausages are such a horrible texture.

    My favourite in terms of bang(er) for buck are the standard Sainsburys one (Butcher's Choice?) or any of the (non-chicken, blergh) Tesco Finest range.
     
  7. Reuben klang

    Hitman

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    I’m surprised so many of you don’t just go to your local butcher and get them there.

    I’ve tried and failed to make them with the attachment for the kitchen aid but it’s never as good.
     
  8. Reuben klang

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    I’m surprised so many of you don’t just go to your local butcher and get them there.

    I’ve tried and failed to make them with the attachment for the kitchen aid but it’s never as good.
     
  9. robfosters

    Caporegime

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    Location: Welling, London

    Sainsbury’s butchers choice are very nice. I always go for the ones with names like butchers choice or butchers selection. They’re simply the classic juicy banger that a sausage is supposed to be.
     
  10. robfosters

    Caporegime

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    Location: Welling, London

    Sorry to burst your bubble but high street butchers sausages these days are often very low meat content. The profit margin isn’t there for them to produce high meat content sausages, and if they do, they’re very expensive and still suffer from the texture/dryness problem.
     
  11. Dis86

    Caporegime

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    Location: Northern England

    Mmmmm. My mouth actually watered reading this!
     
  12. Reuben klang

    Hitman

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    Let’s not bundle all butchers under the same umbrella.

    I just went onto their site to see if it had the meat content just says from their own breed, outdoor reared pork and simple blend.

    their pork and sage won a great taste award but I’m not a fan of them.
     
  13. Mason-

    Soldato

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    Location: Essex

    No chance.
     
  14. inogen

    Soldato

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    Yeah, I like Hecks. Also Black Farmer. They're also 90%+ and great sausages.
     
  15. R.P.L

    Wise Guy

    Joined: 20 Mar 2012

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    Location: London(ish)

    I don't think I've ever had a Richmond sausage. Tesco Finest Lincolnshire sausages are my go to, served with chips and beans.

    My sister mentioned years ago that she preferred cheap, low-quality sausages.
     
  16. pepp77

    Mobster

    Joined: 13 Oct 2008

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    Location: SE London Born and Bred

    Butchers choice type sausages if having them in a sandwich or with say chips, but I will splash out for the TTD or Finest ones if having them with mash and gravy.
     
  17. SkeeterUK

    Capodecina

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    Location: North East

    I tried the new meat free richmand sausages, there not great as bit squishy the inside so not solid enough, the outside wasnt too bad. Bought 2 packs, one left in freezer, might cook em longer so go darker than i did em before, might taste better but doubt it, i cooked em and put em with some ready made tesco mash and put gravy on for a quick saus and mash meal, id probs prefer proper sausges tho even their own brand proper sausage than the meat free one.
     
  18. sigma

    Capodecina

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    Sausages are a super food!
     
  19. Efour

    Caporegime

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    Location: Norrbotten, Sweden.

    British sausages is one thing i miss....

    even Richmond lol

    meat paste in a tube
     
  20. The_Arbiter

    Wise Guy

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    Not a sausage fan, but the Sainsburys basic ones are alright. I've tried a few of the premium ones, they just end up being too herby or dry. Richmond thins are pretty nice for some unhealthy type snack, and that's the kind of target market i guess.