Asda Extra Special Sausages Reviews
Product Type: Asda Meat / Fish
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Meat / Pork & Leek, or Cumberland Ring Asda's bangers are extra special.
Newest Review: ... about 20p when they are 2 for £5, and about 80p when they are 3 for £6. I don't tend to bother buying them in bulk as you ... more
by - written on 08/05/10 (Very useful, 77 readings)
Every week we buy asda extra special sausages, usually in pork and apple or pork and leek, these flavours are our favourite, but they do all different flavours too such as cherry wood smoked, Cumberland, vintage cheddar and caramelised onion chutney, beef, pepper and coriander, chipolata, roquito pepper, Lincolnshire and sweet chilli. There are so many different flavours to choose from! These are on offer all the time in asda sometimes they are two packs for £5, or sometimes 3 packs for £6. You find you only save about 20p when they are 2 for £5, and about 80p when they are 3 for £6. I don't tend to bother buying them in bulk as you don't save too much, I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/04/10 (Very useful, 89 readings)
I love sausage and mash, but always used to worry about cheap quality meat low pork content being used to make them. Asda's extra special sausages were the end of my worries, the ones I will write about are the pork and apple. These are made with 80% pork, this is very high for a sausage and probably not much lower than that of a butchers. They cost £2.28 for six good sized sausages, weighing in at 400g. They are £1.28 per pack, but Asda often have an offer on, three packs for £3. When you open the packet you have to cut the sausages apart, this reminds me of a Butchers sausage. They are nice and thick and even when raw are noticeably better quality ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/09 (Very useful, 38 readings)
There are quite a few different sausages that Asda do in their Extra Special range but the ones I'm going to write about is the pack of 6 Cumberland sausages. They're not the ring ones but normal straight sausages, they look rank before cooking because they are so pale and I always think the green bits in raw Cumberland sausages make them look like they're going rotten! lol They are yummy though. I thought they took a lot longer to cook than other Cumberland sausages I've cooked lately and they don't brown very evenly either so it's a bit hard to tell when they're cooked through. The taste of the sausages when they're cooked is lovely, proper ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/10/09 (Very useful, 383 readings)
Call me old fashioned but I love the traditional British banger, if I have my way it is served with creamed potato, fried onion, peas, carrots and a good thick onion gravy and if the Other Half has his way they are served with a good helping of home made chips and some peas. But it is getting harder and harder to find a `good` sausage, some of the butchers sell their own versions that are meaty and tasty but you need a second mortgage to be able to buy a pound. Sausages have to be good quality if they are going to be worth eating, the value sausages are packed with rubbish and cereal, they taste of nothing and I dread the thought of what else goes into ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/10/08 (Very useful, 88 readings)
After reading a review for Toad in the hole, (thank you kaitlins mummy), I got an urge!!! An urge to make (yes make!!!), toad in the hole. I decided to vamp it up a bit and plumped for ASDA's Extra special vintage cheddar and caramelised onion flavour sausages. Quite pricey at £2.48 for 6, but they sounded yummy so I slipped them in my basket. A few days later my urge to make Toad in the hole had passed (bought a frozen one from ASDA!), but the sausages were still sitting there. I decided that sausages with such a grand title needed to be enjoyed on their own, so armed with some freshly baked bread rolls from the local bakers, the sausages were placed on the grill ... Read the complete review
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