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Budgie Rustler

Budgie Rustler Report 4 Oct 2012 11:09

Good Morning to you, :-D

Whats afoot there then Julia ?

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+++DetEcTive+++ Report 4 Oct 2012 11:07

Yes - make sure you prick them or else the fat will make them explode.

An ancient microwave cook books says

2 sausages = 2 1/2 mins on High.

The book assumes that High is 600w-700w.

I'd do them for 2 mins and check. Its easy to over cook & they will look anemic, but if you're putting them in a sarnie, it wouldn't matter

Julia

Julia Report 4 Oct 2012 11:03

Thought you would be down the Forest Ground today Jimbob, with your Candy Floss and Toffee Apple.LOLOL

Julia in Derbyshire

Budgie Rustler

Budgie Rustler Report 4 Oct 2012 11:02

Now dont get all exited RR person, its not what you think. :-P


We often get frozen sausages, and what I usually do is defrost them in the microwave before cooking them.

What I am wondering is... Can you cook them in the microwave ?

ie.. to make sausage sarnies etc..