I roasted these sausages, as I do for all sausages, but the result was very puzzling. Firstly loads of water came out of the sausages so that they didn't brown properly, they were swimming in puddles of liquid. Secondly, although the flavour was good, they were rather dry, dense, hard and difficult to eat. They were in a med' oven for 20 mins so not overcooked. My only conclusion is that they're are meant to be used in some sort of slow cooked dish, although the description mentions cooking on a BBQ. Not sure I'll buy these again.
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Meaty and spicy, but not over spiced, with just the right amount of moisture and coarsness for a sausage that can do more than just go on a butty.
If we assigned the same dry to sweet scale to sausages that we do to wine these would be wonderfully dry. I found them perfect for a casserole with a rich tomato sauce and a dash of sharp tamarind (or Worcestershire sauce). They can certainly hold their identity in amongst other bold flavours.
Next time I get them I'll make sausage rolls in spiced bread dough.