25 January 2016

Haslet Recipe


Variety is the spice of life and this comes down to sandwich fillings too, apparently. The Mr loves a nice mixture for his lunch so I decided to make haslet as an alternative to the chicken, egg, tuna mayo etc that he would normally have between two slices of bread. It was a real success and the Mini Mes have enjoyed eating this too!




Ingredients


450g minced pork
1 onion, diced
140g breadcrumbs
1/2 tsp chilli powder
1/2 tsp chilli flakes
1 heaped tbsp sage
Lard for greasing



Method
  • Preheat the oven to 180 degrees and grease a loaf tin thoroughly with the lard
  • Mix together the pork, onion, breadcrumbs, chilli and sage in a bowl until everything is evenly distributed


  • Place the mixture into the loaf tin and press it in firmly with the back of a wooden spoon to compact it well
  • Cook for 90 minutes and use a skewer to ensure it is cooked throughout before removing
  • Leave to cool and slice before serving
  • Scoff!

We love this in fresh rolls with a smear of mustard.


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40 comments :

  1. Something I had not heard of or tried before! Looks nice though x

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  2. didnt realise it was so easy to make...buy for my hubby loves it in his sandwiches will definetly give this recipe a go and see what he thinks xxx

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  3. Being a Lincolnshire girl born and bred, I have to be critical and say that it's not quite a proper haslet, but it still sounds good!

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    1. Eating organs doesn't quite do it for me ;)

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  4. not familiar with this so it msde an interesting read.

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  5. ah this is nearly the exact same as the stuffing my mum makes - its so delicious i love it in sandwiches :D

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  6. Looks nice, but I would have to leave out the tuna which I dont like, maybe I could replace it with salmon.

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  7. I remember this from when I was a kid and I haven't heard of it in years.

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  8. Need had this for years well since I was at shool many moons ago will try this again didn't know how to make it do thankyou for the heads up x

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  9. Need had this for years well since I was at shool many moons ago will try this again didn't know how to make it do thankyou for the heads up x

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  10. Haslet - that takes me back! It was never a favorite of mine when I was younger, but I quite fancy having a go at making my own. Thanks for the recipe.

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  11. this looks like something id like to try

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  12. Love haslet on my sandwiches.

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  13. I did not know what this was but it sounds like square sausage (common in Scotland), great stuff.

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  14. I have never heard of this before but will have to try it x

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  15. Claire Elizabeth Noke29 January 2016 at 23:34

    Hmmmm... not sure if I'd love this or hate this... so I think I'll have to try it and see......

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  16. Thanks for sharing, it looks good.

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  17. I have never thought of making my own haslet! Great idea, I love that you know exactly what us in it and it must be a healthier option too! Thank you for sharing with #CookBlogShare x

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  18. my ex use to have this many years ago

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  19. Ooooh, first time I've heard of Haslet. Will have to give it a go!

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  20. I remember Haslet from my childhood - never since though!

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  21. I wouldn't make this being veggie.

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  22. Your version looks tasty, thanks for the idea.

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  23. Haslet is my all time fav meat,so tasty

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  24. I've never heard of haslet before. Looks like a sort of meat loaf. Thanks for the recipe and photo.

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  25. My husband would love this! I've never heard of it before but I think I'll give it a go!

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  26. looks interesting

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  27. Never heard of this before but I'm up for anything!

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  28. I've never even heard of this before, but gonna give it a try!

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