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Sausages


Bloomogg

To prick or not to prick?  

19 members have voted

  1. 1. Prick before cooking?

    • Yes
      12
    • No
      7


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If you are going fir the really cheap sassidge it does create a dilemma.....

If you overprick the sassidge you will remove the excessive fat and maybe save yersel' havin' a future heart attack.

But on the ither hand, if you are the kind o' person wi an addictive personality, meaning, once you start the pricking process, you feel you cannae stop .....then regretfully, as the fat is released from your sausage, so also will your sausage start to disappear .....(scary thought for any man, that is)

Are ye no sorry yet, ye asked the question Bloomong ...........(I'm no finished yet)

If you make the decision to buy cheap sassidges and wish to retain the fat ...... cook over a slow heat !!  

(Explanation being ..... The fat within the sausage meat will reach a higher temperature, whereby the more delicate (cheaper) casing (skin) will burst, releasing the fat, but at the same losing the initial appearance/form of the sausage.

On the other hand ....................Naw it disnae metter .....Even eh'm getting fed up o' this nonsense !!

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Have  been a pricker all my life, just wondering if been right in doing it.

Bloomong ..... I refer you to my previous detailed instructional post.

However,  in the case of choosing to grill yir sassidge (as suggested by DeiDonum) because of the additional danger involved by the pricking method ..... (sparking fat on hot grill or open flame) ...... there are other points to consider before deciding to apply this procedure.

But because  this is such an important subject, that can, not only affect the finished taste of the afore mentioned sassidge in question, but also incur the additional risk of personal injury and damage to property (setting yir hoose on fire) ...... it might  be better to leave this for anither day !!

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