Sainsbury's Basics Thick Sausages Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Frozen Food
Newest Review: ... 1.4g per 100g. Understandably, they are a far cry from your 80% meat jobbies priced at a premium. We didn't expect anything ... more
by - written on 23/05/11 (Very useful, 59 readings)
Twenty sausages for a quid?!!! Yes, this was on our shopping list this week, especially as sainsburys have been doing their 'feed a family for £50 for a week' drive. We were dubious about the quality of these, as many others probably are. The nutritional values may help you decide what is in these sausages; Fat is 15g, protein is 11.2g, carbohydrate is 14.3g and salt is 1.4g per 100g. Understandably, they are a far cry from your 80% meat jobbies priced at a premium. We didn't expect anything much from them, and we didn't get anything much from them! Cooking: cooking from frozen, they took us 25 minutes on a low to medium heat in a pan ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/02/10 (Very useful, 69 readings)
SAINSBURY'S BASICS 20 THICK SASAGES. These can be found in the freezer section of Sainsbury's Supermarket. They come in a recyclable plastic bag and you get 20 thick Sasages in each bag for the mere price of 99p, which i consider to be a really cheap price for a large 1kg bag of sasages. They are really good value for money and i actually would recommend these especially for the months coming up when we all get our barbecues out. I have cooked these Sasages and eaten them and i would say that among the cheaper end scale of Sasages that these are really not bad at all. I have cooked mine in a ovenproof dish in the oven you do ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/11/09 (Very useful, 47 readings)
I do like the odd Sausage, moreso on a Roll, but I got a nice recipe for Sausage Hot Pot and decided to try it out. I normally buy fresh packs of Sausages from the Chiller, and I do like Richmond's, but they really are quite pricey thesedays, so I plumped for these. I knew you would still taste the Sausage in the Hot Pot, but I thought if they weren't that good then you may be distracted by the other ingredients. I got these in the freezer section of Sainsbury's and they cost a bargain 98p for 20 Thick Sausages. Being frozen they have a great date on them, and with frozen Sausages I normally just pop a few out for a couple of hours and let them defrost at room ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/11/10 (Very useful, 76 readings)
I absolutely love sausages and therefore have tried hundreds of different brands and types in my life. Due to this I believe I'm in the perfect position to review these Pork Sainsbury's sausages. The pack includes 20 frozen sausages and costs 96p per pack. These are sausages that can, and should, be cooked from frozen so you can decide last minute that you want them, instead of requiring pre-planning the night before. These sausages are thick and for cheap sausages, almost never have any gristle in them. Here are the nutrition details for these sausages: Calories per sausage: 97 / Calories per 100g: 237 Fat per sausage: 6.2g / Fat ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/10/09 (Very useful, 118 readings)
I am currently experimenting with many products from the basic range available at Sainsbury's. The product I am reviewing is Sainsbury's basic frozen sausages. The product is found in the frozen food department and is packaged in a thick plastic bag. The bag is mostly white in colour with a splash of orange in the same style as all of the basics range. There is a photograph of sausages, mash and baked beans on a plate and I am told the the product is 20 thick sausages, although this is an average contents guide. In my packet there was in fact 20 exactly.The product cost me 99p, and at 5p per unit I am very impressed with my purchase. I will not sit and rave that these ... Read the complete review
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