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tricky to use”
Loved the idea as we live abroad and wanted to make sausages, gave up with the blue bag as it behaved as the other reviewer said and had just decided to make burgers when we decided to try the cake icing gun which worked well and ended up happily eating home made sausages. The skins were good but will probably make own recipes in future and use the icing gun, so the kit was good for inspiration but not really practical.
Published 30 Jan 2014
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Worth the effort -great fun”
Good idea to make your own - particularly with the recent food scares. Read the instructions, watched the video and took note of the hints from the reviews. Dividing into at least three portions stops overfilling the bag which is quite sturdy. Keeping everything cool as possible and applying steady pressure and it all worked really well. The family love my sausages so much. Glad to see refill kits available. Great fun to make as well
Published 29 Jan 2014
Just wasted a couple of hours trying to make sausages for dinner. In spite of following instructions to the letter, the skin kept falling out of the piping bag and then split as soon as any meat gets into them. Am returning the kit to the shop as I thinks it's a waste of money
Published 28 May 2013
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by Mrs Thompson
Although it was not as easy as it looks in the video it was great fun. I used Lakelands Meat Mincer and pasta maker to fill the skins and found the skins did not split as you had one hand turning the handle and the other holding the skin. Yes it is an expensive way of buying sausages but the satisfaction and the pleasure my family had eating them made it worth while.
Published 07 May 2013