Product Type: Walls Meat / Fish
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Walls Irish Sausages
Member Name: CheekyCharlie08
Walls Irish Sausages
Advantages: Delicious sausages; Taste like pork; Can be used in loads of ways
These are my fave sausages and I'm just eating a sandwich made of them now and typing this with greasy fingers! The picture that Dooyoo have got is wrong because that is for Walls sausages and the Richmond ones come in a green and white packet and the sausages are loads better than greasy Walls ones.
My favourites are the thin skinless Richmond sausages because they go nice and soft inside when they are cooked but you can buy Richmond in thick ones and thin sausages that have still got the skins on.
The thin skinless ones are best cooked on the griddle and taste really meaty, they have got a lovely herby flavour and you can taste the pork in them proper strong which is unusual for sausage because they usually taste nothing like proper meat and they are just brill on a butty with bbq sauce.
They aren't that salty to eat and are the best sausages you can buy and they're not that dear either with 8 thin skinless Richmond sausages costing about £1.60.
They don't taste greasy either. I don't cook my sausages in fat because a bit comes out of them while they're cooking and you can cook them in that little bit in a griddle because they won't stick anyway. I reckon they are drier than the ones with skin on but thats because the sausage hasn't got as much fat in them and I think they taste wicked in loads of different ways.
We have them on a dinner with mash and gravy sometimes and that's lovely because my mum makes a hedgehog for my little sister using a pile of mash and cut up sausages and that looks cute. I had some cut up in a pasta salad and mixed it all with mustard and mayo and that was yummy too and I'll have it again for sure.
It tells you on the pack not to prick them but I always do by accident when I'm turning them with a fork and nothing bad ever happens and they don't explode or squish up like a lot of sausages do.
I think these are the best sausages going and unless they do something stupid like change the recipe I don't think I'll ever stop buying them.
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