1. 5 stars
    Great instructions, the packets from the butchers do not have any directions on them for defrosting as i bet like me a lot of people buy them and put them in the freezer so to get just a few out at once.

  2. 5 stars
    We always have a bag of Richmond frozen sausages in the freezer. Long before airfryers my partner insisted that he only likes sausages fried but I got fed up with the spitting and splattering so I started putting them on a piece of kitchen paper with another over the top and microwaving them for about 2 minutes which defrosted them nicely and also started the cooking process slightly. Then just transferred them to the frying pan to get the crisp brown skins that he likes so much.
    I have to admit that I’m still doing them this way as I haven’t experimented with them in the airfryer. Also I can do the chips at the same time in the arfryer so it makes a good quick meal with some microwaved corn on the cob or baked beans. I know “frying pan” is almost a dirty word these days but some people just won’t have the healthier option.

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