It’s the start of January, right before I start Whole30 round 3 and I have these sausages to review. At 97% pork, free from wheat, dairy and gluten they are actually Whole30 compliant but on this particular day I’m all about convenience. So I grab a pot, an uncooked baguette, an onion and dinner is done in 15 minutes.
They were easy to cook (I followed the recipe and shallow fried in a little butter) and tasted pretty damned good. I was put off sausages during my last whole30…can’t explain why / what, but the ones I had just didn’t taste great.
I cooked the whole packet of 6 (at my mums) and then took the others home with me ready for Whole30. Day 1 and 2, I knocked up a bowl of sausage, boiled egg, avocado and tomato. Even quicker and easier to make than the sausage baguette!
I have another pack in the freezer to whip out when I visit my mum next. I plan on making some bangers and mash, a full english breakfast and then experimenting to create a whole30 compliant quiche (stay tuned for that one!). I’ve also just ordered an extra pack from Tesco (currently £2.50) to have on hand as they do freeze very well!
Not much else to say really! They tasted delicious…they are very, very good quality with no added nasties and not a bad price!
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Do you have any favourite sausage recipes to share with us?! Whole30 or not!