A Selection of Homemade Sausages

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moderate
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Dinner
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1 .
For the base
1 kg
Pork belly
1 kg
Pork shoulder
20 grams
Sage - finely chopped
2 tsp
Salt
2 tsp
Mixed herbs
1 medium
Egg - Beaten
1 medium
Egg yolk
20 Yards
Hog casings
2 .
For the Apple, Fennel and Cider Sausages
1 large
Cooking apple - finely chopped
1/2 medium
Fennel bulb - finely chopped
2 tbsp
Cider
2 handful
Wholegrain mustard
3 .
For the Chilli Cheesy Bangers
2 tsp
Oregano
1 tsp
Cayenne pepper
1 tsp
Smoked paprika
1/2 tsp
Chilli flakes
100 grams
Chilli cheese - grated
2 tbsp
Tomato Puree
4 .
For the Caramelised Onion Sausages
2 medium
Red chilli - deseeded and finely chopped
1 Splash
Oil
2 tbsp
Balsamic vinegar
2 tbsp
Sugar
A Selection of Homemade Sausages

It is so satisfying making your own sausages, and they taste great too! This recipe is for the following awesome combinations;

  • Apple, fennel and Cider – great topped with garlic mushrooms
  • Chilli Cheesy Bangers – add an extra kick and serve with a zingy salsa
  • Caramelised Onion – top with grilled cheese for added yumminess!
  1. Feed the pork through a mincer and then mix together with the remaining ingredients (except the casings) until well combined.
  2. For the Caramelised Onion sausages – heat a frying pan and slowly cook the below ingredients until soft and sticky
  3. Divide the sausage mixture into three and then mix in the other ingredients for each of the flavoured sausages. Once you have mixed up your three different mixtures put them each in turn back through the mincer, so you know they’re well combined.
  4. Now, take a couple of metres at a time of the casings and give them a good wash. Scrunch them onto the end of your sausage stuffer and begin to feed the sausage mixes through – make sure you leave a good few inches on the end. Place a dish underneath the sausages so you have something to catch them. Leave another good few inches on the other end and then move along the long sausage twisting off the individual sausages to the length you would prefer. Repeat the process until you are all our of sausage mixture.
  5. You now have yourself loads and loads of sausages for you to freeze and cook as you please. We turned our initial batches into hot dogs but they also make great breakfasts, casseroles, or even with some hearty mash and gravy!

4 comments

  1. Sierra said on January 16, 2017 Reply

    This looks so delicious! I will have to try this. Also thank you so much for stopping by my blog.

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    1. homemadewithmess said on January 17, 2017 Reply

      Thank you! Homemade sausages are amazing – and so much fun to make!

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  2. Anonymous said on March 2, 2017 Reply

    These look fantastic! I bought my other half a sausage maker the Christmas before last and so far he’s just made pork and apple (which were delicious). I’m going to put this article under his nose!!!

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  3. helen said on March 2, 2017 Reply

    These look fantastic! I bought my other half a sausage maker the Christmas before last and so far he’s just made pork and apple (which were delicious). I’m going to put this article under his nose!!!

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