If you’re Scottish you’ll know this as Square sausage and if you MUST have it square, see tips at the bottom of the recipe on how to recreate this favourite! If you’re wondering what it tastes like, it tastes like McDonalds sausage McMuffin but better!
Don’t forget the sausage holds it’s shape suprisingly well so either given them a quick hand press, if you have a burger press great (I have a round tupperware one the perfect size of a muffin) or you can use cookie cutters to make shapes if they’re for a special occasion. You can easily substitute for gluten free bread and flour (for the dusting) and get the perfect sausage texture.
500g Pork Mince
500g Beef Mince
3 slices of bread or 1 bread roll
1 tablespoon of corriander powder
1 teaspoon of salt
Flour for dusting
Spray cooking oil or olive oil
1) Place bread in jug and chop on speed 8, 5 seconds or until crumb consistency is reached
2) Add all other ingredients, mix on speed 6 until combined (approximately 20seconds)
3) Scoop mince mixture out to form patties in desired size, (see video below) dusting with flour each side
4) Place fry pan on medium heat, spray pan with cooking oil or a very small amount of olive oil
5) Cook until golden and firm, the flour will create a sort of meat crust which is delicious
Enjoy with bacon, eggs, muffins, chutney ooh and maybe some hollandaise!
To create ‘square’ sausage, line a bread tin with glad wrap, scoop the entire mixed mince mix (what a mouthful to say lol) into the tin and flatten out the mix on top. Place in freezer for 40 minutes or until firm (not solid) remove plastic and mince from tin and slice into 1cm thick slices.
Will store and freeze like normal sausages, I prefer to cook off the entire batch and refrigerate them, we eat them on bread with sauce etc