Not only have we been trying to get more veg in our diet lately, we’ve also been trying to make better meat choices. That’s where MOR sausages come in.
I was excited to try MOR Sausages, we’re huge bangers and mash fans in our house, but some bangers aren’t as healthy as others. MOR offer sausages made with high quality pork, that are low in fat and include vegetables and herbs in the mix to make them a healthier option.
Pork, Beetroot and Bramley Apple MOR Sausages
These sausages are a subtle twist on an old favourite. The earthy beetroot and nutty brown rice is combined with the sweetness of the apple. I really enjoyed these, I was a bit wary given that I am not usually a beetroot fan but the combination of flavours really worked. We served them with sweet potato mash, homemade onion and shallot gravy and peas. A perfectly comforting meal!
Pork, Super Green Veg and Lentil MOR Sausages (& Recipe)
These sausages combined green vegetables and peppery lentils with a subtle hint of sweet chilli. These we served with pasta (see my recipe below). Another comforting meal and the sausages were very tasty. Dr W isn’t a lentil fan, but he actually really enjoyed these. Another winner!
- 1 pack of MOR Super Green Veg Sausages
- 50-75g Dried pasta per person
- 2 tbsp Pesto
- 3 tbsp Marscapone
- 2 Peppers, cut into strips
- 200g Mushrooms, sliced
- 2 Red onions, sliced
- Ground pepper to taste
- Olive oil
- Pop the cut up veg into a roasting pan with some oil and the sausages on a baking tray. Cook for 25 minutes at 200C/180C fan.
- Cook your pasta as per packet instructions and drain.
- Slice up your sausages when cooked, add in to the pasta along with the roast veg.
- Stir through the pesto, marscapone and ground pepper.
- Serve in bowls with extra grated cheese if you fancy. Enjoy!
Moroccan Spiced Pork, Cauliflower and Chickpea MOR Sausages
These sausages combine chickpeas and cauliflower with aromatic coriander and harissa paste for a spicy hit. A real winner here for us, again another comforting meal, but there’s nothing wrong with that. We served with roasted vegetables and sweet potato mash with feta stirred through. The mash complimenting the spicy sausages perfectly!
We are yet to try the Mediterranean Chicken with Sundried Tomato & Basil Chipolatas, but I imagine they will also be seriously tasty! Have you tried MOR Sausages? Would you give them a go? Let me know in the comments,
P.S. Thanks to MOR Sausages for the samples to try out. As ever all words, photos and opinions my own.
P.P.S. MOR Sausages are exclusively available to Tesco.