Wales Food and Drink Ideas
Glamorgan sausages (Vegetarian)
Glamorgan sausages could be described as an original (perhaps even THE) original vegetarian sausage. Mentioned in early publications such as "Wild Wales" by George Borrow, which was first published in 1862. Glamorgan Sausages are making a come back in popularity, perhaps due to the growth in healthy eating habits.
6 oz (150 g) breadcrumbs
3 oz (75 g) Caerphilly or Cheddar cheese
1 small leek
Chopped parsley and ground black pepper
2 tablespoons plain flour
1 oz (25 g) butter
Pinch of dry mustard
Grate the cheese and set aside. Peel and cut up the onion and fry in the butter until softened. Then mix the cheese, onion and breadcrumbs together. Season with the chopped parsley, ground black pepper and a pinch of dry mustard. Separate the egg white from the yolk. Use the yolk to bind the mixture and then form into sausages (or patties) and roll in the flour. Gently fry until brown and crisp all over.
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