Such disappointing sausages
These were the worst sausages I have ever purchased. I noted that the meat content was 42% pork which must have been all fat. when the thick sausages were cooked they resembled thin chipolatas. The flavour was poor and of the 12 we ate 3!
These are not sausages!
I do not know what these are but they are not sausages. They taste strange like their is mush in them, and no taste, but after seeing they contain only 42% of pork I do not think they should be allowed to be called sausages.
the nations favourite sausage !!!!!!
The worst sausages on the market.
42% Pork, er. No thanks
42% PORK....LOL. No thanks
Changed recipe? Why?!! Wrecked my go to sausage
I've purchased these sausages for almost 20yrs, I never ever buy any other, so I can tell they have changed (for the worse) the amount of fat that comes out of them is so bad that if you do them in the oven in a roast tin, you'll need to empty it half way through cooking or they'll be swimming in fat. Pinker than they used to be and the skin now has a tougher texture, I also noticed the skin keeps bursting, never had this issue with them before, you have to prck them lots now, please bring back the old Richmond recipe and get rid of the plastic like skin :( I can't eat these anymore, will not buy again.. after 20yrs of being a loyal Richmond fan!
Best sausages I have ever tasted, we buy them every week.
Bland tasteless & white inside when cooked yuck!
Has the recipe changed. I know they’re ‘cheap & cheerful’ but I used to buy these for a sausage buttie & they were nice. Now I haven’t bought them for quite a long time before Covid even so thought I’d try some but now they are almost white inside when cooked (like the cheapest sausages are) they have no flavour, they’re bland & taste of fat. Never buying again
At least there is meat...
At least these have meat in them! Please do not bore me any more with the ridiculous "meat free" rubbish!
Very tasty and yummy
Very tasty and yummy
Low Meat Content
Extremely poor quality, with just over half the meat content of the supermarket's own brand, tons of filler/water, and an extended cooking time - imagine bangers from the school cafeteria if on an extreme budget during war-time. A cross between 'meat substitute' and actual meat sausages.