These classic homemade pork sausages are a staple in our family and loved for their simplicity and versatility. Much easier to make than you might think, all you need is a meat grinder with a sausage funnel attachment and a little adventurous spirit!
All you need to make great homemade sausages is a meat mincer with a funnel attachment. If you are new to homemade sausage making then using natural hog casings are a good way to go initially as they are robust and result in a nice thick plump sausage. Casings are usually sold in a variety of forms depending on your preference, and can be found readily online however it would be a great idea to speak to your local butcher for some first hand tips!
My first attempt at sausage making. This recipe was easy to follow and the result delicious! - 17 Mar 2015
This is my first go at sausage making. Loved the taster patty though might use less salt next time. Just got to put in the skins - promises to be interesting. Just so excited to try pork n bramleys also pork n red onion. Thank you for such a fab selection x - 07 Jan 2016
In one word perfect.! As an expat (now in USA) one of the few things I miss from my homeland are "proper" sausages. This recipe got me there.! Very happy with the results! Most chefs don't mind folks making a few "tweaks". So here are mine:- I subbed powdered garlic for fresh garlic, and added some onion powder. I also left out the breadcrumbs. For the meat I used "country style ribs" as they have pretty much the balance of fat to flesh. The surprising ingredients, that I have been missing till now are powdered ginger and coriander. They make the difference. Thanks for sharing RonD - 24 Dec 2017