Aberdeen Angus Beef
Finest caught my eye as we were
shopping recently in our local store
and although they wouldn't have been
my first choice generally given
previous reviews, I thought we would
give them a go any way!
sausages I will admit have a
tendency to taste to me rather like
burgers unfortunately. So with
these having Aberdeen Angus beef in
them, and albeit a much better
quality content probably than some
we've tried, it was a bit of a
disappointment that the beef burger
taste was there all the same.
OK this may be harsh, but we are
honest in what we say!
We noted that the packaging
recommended these were best grilled.
We chose pan fried as we normally
do with all our sampling for
consistency, and did get acceptable
results I'm sure.
though you can't escape the fact
that they are a good firm sausage
(and no splits whatsoever which does
make for a slight change) with a
texture. The 76% meat inside
natural pork casings, with some rusk,
onion, black pepper, and nutmeg
produces a succulent medium bite.
Noticeably well peppered, and a
pretty good sausage I must say.
A bit of weight loss in cooking
agreed, and interestingly near
consistent with the details provided
on the packaging.
Probably I'm being hard about
tasting like a burger, however we
used the rest of them sliced up in a
pasta dish (which was very good
too), which prompted a comment from
a junior member that to her they
tasted rather like a beef meat ball.
go, honest comments! I'd say,
worth a try yourself at that
Finest - Aberdeen Angus Beef
110x27mm before cooking, 100x27mm
75g before cooking, 56g after.
That's a shrinkage of approx 9% & weight loss of approx
6 sausages in a 454g pack £2.50
[offer price] (approx £5.50/kg)