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fiery pork patties by fargelsnarf Visit Thread
a while back i was bored and hungry yet all i had was sausages, after a bit of searching i found the fiery pork patty. For this you will need

1lb of sausages skinned or sausage meat
a handful of fresh corriander finely chopped
2-3 cloves of garlic minced
2 tbsp of soy sauce
1 tsp olive oil
1 tsp caster sugar
a pinch of salt
1/2 tsp cornflour
chillis whatever your personal tolerance is, chopped. i used 3 birdseye cos they were past the sell by date and needed to be used
3 spring onions finely chopped
and finally
some seasoned flour

fire everything apart from the sausage meat and flour

that messy scrawl is my reminder notes

give it a bit of a stir then add the sausage meat and smoosh like you have never smooshed before.

here's our lovely mess

now we take a handful of flour and throw it on a surface, i used a bread board in an effort to minimize mess, however i failed. To the flour just add a bit of salt and pepper. Now grab a handful of meat and form into a burgery pattyesque shape and proceed to roll it about the flour being sure to get it well covered.

i only managed to make 5 out of that lot so if you want more double/triple etc the ingredients. Put the floury patties onto a plate, cover and place in the fridge for at least half an hour, i made these pretty early on in the day so they had a good few hours in the fridge.

when you are ready just take those bad boys out and cook them, you can fry them, but i don't particularly like frying so i used the grill(in theory it is healthier) in the summer months you could barbeque them however they can be a bit tacky as they have no skin so be careful so they don't fall apart.

and here is the end result, today i decided to serve with a bit of bread, a salad and some piccalilly, awesome.

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