Syn Free Sausage Sandwich | Slimming World

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I love a decent breakfast of a weekend.  Sausages are nutritiously high in fat and are normally between 4-6 syns per sausage! I made my own sausages out of extra lean, less than 5% fat pork mince. 

I added seasoning and rolled the mixture into a thick Cumberland sausage shape and cooked in the griddle pan. Team that with 2 slices of wholemeal bread from your Healthy Extra B and my syn free ketchup and you're onto a winner!

Once you've made these, you can try using them in in my syn free sausage casserole!

Extra Easy Syn Value: Syn Free

Healthy Extras:  B

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You will need-

500g extra lean (less than 5% fat) pork mince
Pinch Salt & Pepper
1 tbsp mustard powder
1 tbsp sage


Mix all of the ingredients together in a bowl

Using your hands roll the meat into sausage shapes

Cook on a griddle pan for 15-20 minutes, turning regularly until cooked through

Serve on wholemeal bread and syn free ketchup


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