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Tongmaster Scottish Lorne Mix

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Brand: Tongmaster / Type: Mix

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    A Scottish classic (This is a complete mix just add water and meat ) Spicy lorne square slice sausage complete spice seasoning mix.With the tast of pepper ginger and pimento. Comes in a 950g pack which will produce 22b 10kg of Traditional Scottish SQUARE SLICE SAUSAGE. you will receive Full instructions on how to make your own lorne sausage its a lot easier than you may think ( Just add water And Meat ) And Whats More you will know whats Going Into them the recipe for this seasoning is unchanged for over fifty years and gives a truly traditional taste. And is a firm favourite. Wherever you go in Scotland you will come across Scottish Lorne Sausages, or the square or sliced sausage. I have no evidence for saying this, but it is probably one of the most frequently eaten things in the land. If you are in a Hotel (2* - 5*), a Guest House or Bed'n'Breakfast place, you will be offered a Scottish cooked breakfast, and that will usually include Scottish Lorne sausage. You will find it in Butcher Shops,Supermarkets, wee corner shops, cafes and restaurants and at little mobile 'Burger Bars' across the land. It is nearly always on a breakfast menu, along with bacon, egg, and Tattie Scones, and many Scots will eat it in a bread roll for lunch the square sliced sausage is the ideal size to make a sandwich using one or two slices from a Scottish plain loaf (a form of bread). or maybe serve it with some type of potato and vegetables for dinner. You just can't escape the Scottish Lorne Sausage. So, although it isn't one of our most famous foods, it IS a very typical food eaten by the locals. So it's worth a try..