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 Post subject: Boiled sausages
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Never tried cooking them like that, does't sound very appealing does it :lol:

I oven cook them, takes longer than the grill, but less chance of making the skins a bit too black!

How do you cook yours :lol:

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Boil frankfurters.

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grill moderate to hot grill turn frequently
dont think browning is so important as its only the skin that colours

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I cook in the oven too.

We tend to cook a pack at once, and the remainder go in the fridge for the boy's lunches or my breakfasts in the microwave.

As for boiling them, :wtf: that sounds disgusting, where did you get that ridiculous idea? :lol:


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I recently stopped in a guest house that boiled the sausages, then browned them off in the frying pan.

They were very good :wink:

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grill them would never boil it sounds yuk

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nicolefrenzy wrote:
grill them would never boil it sounds yuk


Don't knock it till you try.

Casseroled in gravy with onions and bacon makes a very tasty dish.


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Fry them in lard...... be a man for God's sake!

All the best chefs will do a full English in lard. Properly drained it's not an issue and provided you aren't eating the stuff three meals a day you won't suffer.

All this modern 'healthy eating' b*ll*cks.... pffft....

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Boiled sausages are nice. Think stew, they are boiled in that. TBh it's the safest way to cook them then they aren't burnt on the outside and raw on the inside (like how I did them once and expected my xbf to eat them, he did try then ran in the garden and vomited... )


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I cook mine in the oven too, I never add any oil, as they have enough of thier fat.

I cook all meat in the oven, the only thing I fry is an egg, as you cant beat a fried egg sandwich.

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bobbie-dazzler wrote:
...... you cant beat a fried egg sandwich.



obviously, it'd be a scrambled egg sarnie if you did.

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Oven cook, but put a wee drop water in the pan and top it up every now and then - stops them sticking, makes a nice bit of gravy and the pan cleans up a treat

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