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The best English Bangers and mash!

The best English Bangers and mash!

South Africans and even our expat friends from across the pond, there is nothing we miss more than our traditional favorites.
Bangers and mash originated in England during World War 1 and became a staple in all the colonies. As the English expats remained in countries like South Africa, it quickly became a favorite for not only the English but for the locals as well.
Delicious pork, beef or lamb sausage named a Banger are usually served with mashed potatoes and a caramelized onion gravy. Another side are usually peas or carrots, or even mushy peas. The South African Emporium wanted to bring this staple not only to the South African expats abroad in the USA, but also to all our European friends that miss that taste of home. Perfect for a quick and easy dinner, just pop a packet of South African Emporiums delicious pork English bangers into a frying pan, cook to perfection and serve with your favorite sides.

Order these amazing bangers today and have it shipped from our shop to your door!

Prep and cooking instructions:

Prep time: 20 mins  Cooking time: 35 mins

1. Peel and boil potatoes till soft and ready to be mashed. Add your salt, pepper and butter or milk for a creamy mash.

2. Over medium-high heat slowly cook the bangers till nice and dark brown on the outside and cooked through on the inside.

3. Caramelize onions (2-3 large sweet onions) in the sausage drippings. Add a bit of beef broth if too dry. If you prefer a thicker gravy add a teaspoon of flour and let it cook for a couple of minutes while stirring.

4. Cook peas and carrots till soft and tender. Drain the water.  Add butter and sugar to taste to create a sugar glaze on your carrots and peas.

Bon Appetit! 

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