Silly Sausages

13 Aug

Not sure what happened here.
I was merrily frying up some sausages for a birthday breakfast for myself as I have just hit the big 4-0! (don’t judge me I used a no-calorie cooking spray and low-fat sausages).
But I burnt them.
But I didn’t

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just burn them – they managed to stay raw on the inside at the same time. Clever dogs.

I decided to split them and squash them into the pan, to make sausage patties (well it works in McDonalds’ breakfast buns right?) so they cooked inside but didn’t burn any more.
Bigger surface area meant they managed to pick up what little fat there was in the pan making them all greasy, and they still managed to stay slightly chilly no matter how long I squished them for.
The kitchen filled up with black smoke, I gave them to the dog.
Had a yogurt.

Happy Birthday to me!

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3 Responses to “Silly Sausages”

  1. Jenny Eatwell 16/08/2012 at 12:39 pm #

    Alice, you’ve just got to learn to turn the heat down! Sausages need to be gentled along. They need a good 15 minutes of chuckling in a not too hot pan, so that the skins become just golden – which allows the insides to cook through. Only once the skins are golden and the insides cooked (you can split one apart to check, if you’re not sure, but don’t muller the poor soul) is it worth turning up the pan for a fraction of a second to get more colour on the outside – if you like more colour that is. My hubby likes a pallid sausage because it doesn’t get such a hard skin. Me, I like them to be darker, so that you get the full sausage flavour.

    Oh, and a tip where sausages are concerned is that the low fat ones are nothing but horrid. Disgusting nasty creatures that need to be consigned to the bin immediately. Go for a full fat sausage, just eat them less often, is my advice. Sausages just aren’t sausages unless they have juiciness – and juiciness (in a sausage) equals fat. There’s just no getting away from it.

  2. Alice Can't Cook 20/08/2012 at 1:49 pm #

    Oh I know you are right of course. It just feels so naughty buying full fat sausages. But I do love them… so yes I shall buy less and cook lower. Thank you. x

    PS Love the thought of you consigning nasty sausages to the bin!

  3. Dean Evans 03/09/2012 at 6:25 pm #

    Don’t EVER prick your sausages either.

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