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Nothing like a good sausage...

Post by Mudguard » October 17, 2016, 9:31 am

I am having trouble finding good tasting sausages in Udon or Sakhon...I have tried several different packs of Thai sausage but the dogs get to eat them...If someone can tell me where to try for better sausages I would be :D :D :D



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Re: Nothing like a good sausage...

Post by timmy » October 17, 2016, 9:41 am

if your after " nothing like a good sausage " try Fuzzy Kens coz his are nothing like a good sausage ...
only JOKING .... Lec sells many every day with the big and small breakfasts and also sells them frozen
to takeaway never heard any body complane .

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Re: Nothing like a good sausage...

Post by mathusalah80 » October 17, 2016, 9:47 am

Mudguard wrote:I am having trouble finding good tasting sausages in Udon or Sakhon...I have tried several different packs of Thai sausage but the dogs get to eat them...If someone can tell me where to try for better sausages I would be :D :D :D
QUICKLY somebody PLEASE [-o< ; post details of the previous epic thread(s) on sausages,(which the OP can happily spend the next three days reading :lol:), before all the trolls and "akas" :-" flood this SUBJECTIVE thread with their neutral :-s recommendations. \:D/ \:D/

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Re: Nothing like a good sausage...

Post by 12345 » October 17, 2016, 11:59 am

T-Mart / T-Bar would be my choice for pork sausages, though, TBH, I only get the my Cumberland's there, and damn tasty they are, would expect the same from other versions on offer.

I make my own sausages (patties), really too simple and spiced to my preference, as I find Brit versions bland. As soon as I try making Cumberlands, I may stop buying them, but need a good reason to pop in and chit chat with Steve & Mali, so maybe not.

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Re: Nothing like a good sausage...

Post by stattointhailand » October 17, 2016, 1:09 pm

Mudguard to improve the taste of Thai Sausages you should use an old Chiang Mai area recipe.

1 Take pack of Thai Sausages and feed to dog
2 Take dog and make dog into sausages
3 Cook to taste and add to menu as "special of the day"

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Re: Nothing like a good sausage...

Post by 12345 » October 17, 2016, 1:23 pm

mathusalah80 wrote:
Mudguard wrote:I am having trouble finding good tasting sausages in Udon or Sakhon...I have tried several different packs of Thai sausage but the dogs get to eat them...If someone can tell me where to try for better sausages I would be :D :D :D
QUICKLY somebody PLEASE [-o< ; post details of the previous epic thread(s) on sausages,(which the OP can happily spend the next three days reading :lol:), before all the trolls and "akas" :-" flood this SUBJECTIVE thread with their neutral :-s recommendations. \:D/ \:D/
Was thinking the same, "oh crap, another sausage thread"

For vendors, Besides T Mart, and same source (PrimeFood) as Chris' Bar, but cheaper than Chris', there is only Fuzzy and Gourmet Meats, as the other one :roll: , doesn't seem to have a supplier now and most expensive anyway.

Dean PapaFarang, when he gets around to making some, but sells out same day, but he's in UK.

Anything else is packaged, sold at chains, and not cheap, if price is a consideration. The other reason I make my own, taste great and 150 baht a kg.

Strongly suggest making one's own.......Google is your friend, plenty of recipes to test, even copycat recipes for favorite brands.

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Re: Nothing like a good sausage...

Post by stattointhailand » October 17, 2016, 3:16 pm

For the Brits out there .... when making Hot Dogs, Google can also be your CHUM or even show you how to
Prolong Active Life :roll:

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Re: Nothing like a good sausage...

Post by wazza » October 17, 2016, 8:54 pm

Beef or Pork to start off with . Lol

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Re: Nothing like a good sausage...

Post by SAMPAM FISH & CHIPS » October 17, 2016, 10:01 pm

We sell about 30 snags a day with our breakfast and no complaints
We buy our pork sausages from Gourmet Meats good price good taste that is consistent
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Re: Nothing like a good sausage...

Post by Mudguard » October 18, 2016, 12:15 am

Thanks everyone...Stattointhaind, u made my day..Cheers...

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Re: Nothing like a good sausage...

Post by lassebasse » October 18, 2016, 7:42 am

Where would one find sausage casings in Udon Thani.

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Re: Nothing like a good sausage...

Post by BobHelm » October 18, 2016, 7:50 am

That is the difficulty I think lassebasse.

The alternative is to do as LA does & make 'patties' (also known as Scottish sausages in some parts) or to wrap sausage shapes in silver foil.
These can then be mainly cooked while in their silver casing & then finished off for a few minutes uncovered to brown the outside..

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Re: Nothing like a good sausage...

Post by pal52 » October 18, 2016, 8:57 am

lassebasse wrote:Where would one find sausage casings in Udon Thani.
Makro have them in the freezer section where all the pork meats are.

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