Cumberland sausage is a type of sausage known throughout the British Isles for its strong flavour of herbs and spices and our cumberland sausage doesn’t disappoint. As a separated sausage or in its traditional curl, they can be enjoyed at breakfast or dinner!
Besides ingredients, cooking is as equally as important as the produce. People often slit the casings to allow heat to escape whilst cooking; this is a sausage crime. The casings are there to hold everything together, lock all the scrumptious flavours in and keep the sausage moist and juicy during the cooking period. The best way to cook sausages is slowly and on a low heat, for sausage in thick skins in a fan assisted oven should be cooked on 170ᵒC for around 30 minutes. Sausage in smaller skins around 20 minutes making sure that u flip your sausage half way, but not to pierce the casing. Once removed from the heat the sausage should always be allowed to rest for a couple of minutes before eating. Indirect heat from a grill is also ideal for cooking sausage.