Sainsbury's Taste The Difference Aberdeen Angus Black Pepper Sausages Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Meat / Fish
Newest Review: ... a product filled with rusks and water. These sausages look fairly standard but they are a little bit darker in colour due ... more
by - written on 02/05/11, updated on 02/05/11 (Very useful, 52 readings)
In our household we are firm fans of a nice fry up, or an oven up as it's known here. We try and buy the best quality ingredients that we can and this usually means buying taste the difference sausages from Sainsburys; the range is full of different flavours to try and there are high quality amounts of meat in each and every one, some being higher than the others. These sausages are made using 75% beef and are filled in to natural lamb casings, obviously some of the 25% is filled up with things I am not sure of (absorbic acid) but the vast leftover ingredients are dried onion, salt, cracked black pepper, rosemary extract and other things. I like to know that the meat ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/02/10 (Very useful, 53 readings)
Sausages is one of the foods which I don't mind spending abit of extra money on, especially after seeing programmes with horror stories of sausages with ridiculously low meat contents. I tried Beef Sausages for the first time about 2 months ago from Tesco and when I saw these at Sainsbury's I just had to buy them as I love anything with black pepper. Price: These sausages are £2.59 for a pack of 6, which is quite expensive but believe me it is worth it. They're often on offer too, at the moment they're buy 2 packs for £4.50, not a huge saving but they're worth stocking up on as you can freeze them as well. Packaging: The packaging holds the Taste ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/09/09 (Very useful, 35 readings)
We usually have Richmond sausages but sometimes my mum will get these Taste The Difference ones from Sainsburys and when they were on offer last month she stocked up on them because they freeze well. My faves from this range are the Aberdeen Angus And Black Pepper ones because they have a lovely meaty flavour and the pepper doesn't stand out too much because I'm not mad on stuff that is too peppery but this one is just right. I think you can taste that they have used Aberdeen Angus beef in these because of the meaty flavour and it tastes loads better than just plain beef. There are roasted onions in the sausages and they give it a wicked sweet and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/03/09 (Very useful, 76 readings)
For breakfast this morning I just fancied a sausage sandwich and was pleased when I remembered I'd bought a pack of Aberdeen Angus and Black Pepper sausages from the Sainsbury's Taste The Difference range. I love these sausages and can't believe I haven't reviewed them before as I honestly think they are the best sausage on the market! There are six sausages in a pack and even raw they look very meaty and like they will have a good texture. I find them best grilled for a sandwich as they retain their shape well and cook uniformly all round the sausage, I have cooked them in the oven and also done them in the George Foreman with the lid open. I haven't ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/11/08 (Very useful, 121 readings)
These lovely sausages are on offer on in Sainsburys for 2 packets for £4.50 at the moment. They are a good size sausage and are fat enough to provide a nice meal out of just 2 sausages accompanied with potato and veg. The flavour is the best though as they taste really meaty. They are not fatty and gristly like cheap versions can be and the Aberdeen Angus beef is really pronounced in the flavour. They are "enriched" with roasted onions and you can taste this in the overall mix but the black pepper "thankfully" is almost indistinguishable and therefore they are not a spicy sausage. They cook very nicely in ... Read the complete review
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