Raw Original Pork Sausage

Rp150.000

Raw original sausage 400g
Without box Rp.150,000
With box Rp.165,000

Availability: 11 in stock

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Raw original sausage 400g
Without box Rp.150,000
With box Rp.165,000

Please try it for the new year’s holiday!
The key to getting delicious sausages starts even before they hit the pan. Thawing is an essential ! If you don’t do it right, you can end up with unevenly cooked sausages that are burnt on the outside and still raw on the inside. Yuck.
We recommend these two very simple thawing methods:

1. Low temperature thawing: Double-wrap the sausage pack in another plastic bag to prevent any leakage when thawing. After that, just place them in the fridge and let them thaw out naturally. This should take about 6 hours.

2. Thawing under water: Double-wrap the sausage pack in another plastic bag to prevent any leakage when thawing. Fill a bowl with normal temperature water, place the bag of sausages in there and let it thaw out. This should take about 40 minutes.

Once the sausages are completely thawed, it’s time to get cooking! Depending on the cooking method, you can get different textures. Treat these sausages gently, and you’ll be rewarded with some of the most delicious sausages ever! If you’re too rough with them, the casing can end up bursting while cooking and all that juiciness will slip out. That’s alright if you want dry and flavorless sausages… Not us. We like ‘em plump and juicy. So, to get the best results, try these cooking methods!

FRY PAN OR GRILL?
You can cook the sausage in either a standard frying pan or grill. Just make sure to put a little bit of oil in there to prevent the sausages from sticking to each other.
Flip it from time to time to ensure that they cook evenly. When the sausages are cooked through to the center, turn up the heat to brown the surface!

STEAM → GRILL (FRYING PAN)
By steaming the sausages before grilling in a pan, you can preserve as much moisture resulting in juicier sausages. Use a steamer pot, fill up the bottom with about 2cm of water, turn on the heat, then cover. Once the water boils, you can start steaming. Steam the sausage for about 15 mins. Preheat a griddle or frying pan with some oil and cook the sausages until the surface is nice and brown!

BOIL → GRILL (FRYING PAN)
Ordinary sausages are great boiled before frying. However, we don’t recommend this method for our Meat Guy sausages. Why? Well, we blend a good amount of seasonings and spices with our sausages. If you boil them, all that good flavor will be washed away.
If you still insist on boiling your sausages, we recommend boiling them in beer. Yeah, you read that right. BEER. It’s not very common, but we recommend giving it a try!

Place the sausages in a pan a pan and pour in your beer of choice until the sausages are a bit submerged. Simmer slowly at first. When it’s about to boil, quickly reduce the heat. These raw sausages are fairly delicate. If the liquid boils, the casing will break. It’s best to keep the temperature at 80 ° C for about 10 minutes.
Finish them by browning the surface on a griddle or frying pan.

BAKING IN THE OVEN
Cooking in the oven is another way to get delicious sausages!
First, fill a tray with water and preheat the oven to about 180 ° C.
When the oven is full of steam, you’re ready to go! By creating steam, you can shorten the cooking time. (Be careful when opening the oven, as hot steam will come out!)
Oil the baking sheet, put the sausage on it and place it in the oven. Bake at 180 ℃ for about 15 to 20 minutes and it’s done ♪

IF YOU’RE IN A HURRY!
For those of us who just want a good sausage but don’t have the time to cook it slowly, here is the answer! Simply boil it without taking it out of the package!
Place the thawed pack in boiling water on low heat for about 10 minutes. After that, just brown the surface in an oiled fry pan, and you’re done!

Is that still too much work?! Well, there’s another easier way! Ignore the whole thawing process, and chuck those frozen sausages in a frying pan filled with water. Put enough water so that the sausages are submerged about half-way.
Bring it to a boil and wait until the water evaporates. When there isn’t any water left, put a bit of oil in the pan and cook the sausages until the surface is nice and crisp! How much easier can it get. ♪

Please try it for the new year’s holiday!

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