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Sensational thanks FT. I made these tonight with a couple of tiny alterations-I don't much like nutmeg, so used fennel seed (which loves pork) and added a good pinch of chilli flakes. I made a double mix, but only added in 3 eggs (more than enough I reckon). As a note to myself; next time, fry a tablespoon of mix before forming to check for seasoning (I think I could have added more salt), and after passing the meat through the coarse disc of my mincer, pass it trough the fine one. The mixture was super tasty, but a little coarse and loose for a sausage. My mincer has a sausage making attachment but I didn't have any skins-I formed the sausages by hand.

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JustJanS January 04, 2010

First post and I didn't catch the review stars input. An easy 5.

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AmRus June 20, 2011

We really liked the flavor of these sausages. I think the pork belly was pretty meaty, so they turned out fairly lean, which we enjoyed. The flour gave them a bit of a crust, and helped to hold them together while cooking. This time I used the food processor to mince the meat and grate the onion. I'd love to get a meat grinder and sausage stuffer so I can make them like regular sausages. I also want to experiment with different herbs, too. Thanks so much for posting this recipe, so we could try some bangers and mash!

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PanNan October 29, 2006

Great recipe! Used the recommended sage, thyme and marjoram and 1 ts each would not be too much. The lemon zest really shines through, so depending on what the bangers are served with, I might choose to leave it out sometimes.

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rosslare December 03, 2013
Old Fashioned English Spiced Pork and Herb Sausages or Bangers!