How to cook frozen Richmond sausages in the air fryer. From frozen to perfectly cooked and perfect for your next sausage buttie, or why not use them in sausage and chips.
These Richmond frozen sausages are so fast to air fry and much better compared to a few years ago.
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Before we dive into frozen Richmond sausages I have something to tell you about when we first started air frying in 2012.
We were avid customers of Richmonds and would buy them all the time prior to getting an air fryer.
Then Richmond sausages became one of the first foods we cooked in the air fryer. The air fryer smoked like crazy and we realised how much excess fat they had and didn’t buy or eat Richmond sausages for more than a decade.
Instead, we bought leaner butchers sausages and just carried on cooking those sausages from frozen in the air fryer instead.
Of course, butcher’s sausages are so much better, but we still missed the distinctive taste of Richmonds. So, when a reader asked us to show them how to air fry Richmond sausages, we decided to try them again and to our surprise they didn’t smoke, though there was still a good quantity of fat in the bottom of the air fryer.
Can You Cook Richmond Sausages From Frozen?
Yes, you can cook Richmond sausages from frozen and they are delicious, most of the time we would buy Richmond sausages, grab a bag from the freezer and cook them in the oven from frozen. Now all these years later we air fry Richmond sausages.
Is It OK To Cook Sausages In An Air Fryer?
Yes, it sure is OK to cook sausages in an air fryer and I have done sausages a lot in the air fryer since first purchasing one in 2012.
We love to air fry frozen sausages, just air fry sausages on their own, add them to our air fryer harvest casserole, make a full English breakfast with them, or just do air fryer sausages and bacon as well as air fryer sausage and chips.
Can I Cook Richmond Sausages In Air Fryer?
Yes, you can cook Richmond sausages in the air fryer, or any other brand of sausages in the air fryer.
Plus, we did thick Richmond sausages but there is a lot of choice. For example, you could do:
- Richmond Vegetarian Sausages
- Richmond Meat Free Sausages
- Richmond Skinless Sausages
- Richmond Thin Sausages
Or you don’t have to use frozen sausages if you don’t want to. My favourite Richmond sausages was the fresh ones that you bought from the sausages section of the supermarket. I would wait until they were yellow sticker and then bulk buy.
Can I Cook Frozen Richmond Sausages In The Air Fryer?
Yes, you can cook frozen richmond sausages in the air fryer and they are delicious. Compared to Butchers frozen sausages we find that they need longer to brown though.
But if you have some patience with them, they will soon be air fried to deliciousness for you.
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Richmond Sausages Air Fryer Ingredients
Sausages – You just need one pack of Richmonds sausages or you can do half of a bag if you need a smaller serving size.
Oil – This is optional, but we notice Richmond frozen sausages do not brown as fast as we are used to. So, to speed it up, halfway through the sausage cook time you can spray them with some extra virgin olive oil.
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How To Cook Richmond Sausages?
- Remove. Carefully remove the frozen thick sausages from the packaging and place into the air fryer basket. Then spread them out for an even cook.
- Defrost. Then air fry frozen sausages for 10 minutes at 180c/360f.
- Cook. Next spray with olive oil if you like them really brown and then cook the sausages for 10 minutes at 200c/400f before serving.
How Long Do Richmond Sausages Take In The Air Fryer?
The richmond sausages cook time is JUST 20 minutes and this is for cooking Richmond thick frozen sausages in the air fryer.
If cooking Richmond thin or Richmond skinless sausages from frozen in the air fryer then we recommend 15 minutes instead of 20.
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Frozen Richmond Sausages In Air Fryer
- 12 Pack Frozen Richmond Thick Sausages
- Remove the frozen sausages from the packaging and place into the air fryer basket and spread them out.
- Air fry frozen richmond sausages for 10 minutes at 180c/360f.
- Turn the sausages and spray with olive oil if you would like them extra brown. Then air fry for a final 10 minutes at 200c/400f before serving.