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16 Comments

  1. I know that many beers and wine do contain dairy as casein is used in the fining process. What brands have you found for beer and wine for cooking that are safe?

  2. I haven’t made this yet but plan to very soon. Who can resist that pic. For those who don’t eat pork this recipe is perfect for subbing ground turkey.






    1. I’m sorry, but I just don’t remember because it was so long ago. Really any coffee stout would work though. If you need it to be dairy free, make sure you’re looking that up though, because sometimes they’re made with milk products.

        1. Just a reminded to use dairy free beer if you need it. This is a dairy free website, but I realize not all of our readers are dairy free since most of our recipes are naturally dairy free.

  3. First of all, I never comment on recipes I find online. This recipe is just on another level. It captures that Irish pub taste I miss so badly. I made this for my family last night and it is easily one of my family’s favorite dishes now. This will be my go-to St. Patrick’s Day dish from now on.






    1. Thank you! I’m so glad to hear that you liked the recipe. It’s one of our favorites, too!

    1. Absolutely! When you’re reheating you might want to add a little bit of liquid to the pan to help the gravy reconstitute.

  4. I just searched for “panko breadcrumbs in bangers” and what do you know the best food blog ever popped up – Simply Whisked! Of course when I make these sausages I’ll be using hog casings, can’t wait to try that gravy!
    Thanks Melissa 🙂

  5. Nothing Irish about this recipe. Sausages might taste good but not the “real” thing without Mace and some Nutmeg. I’m from Ireland and been making and stuffing my own sausages for years and in order to get them close to what we eat at home, I use Salt, black pepper, white pepper, coriander, mace, nutmeg and a little ginger. Make your own bread crumbs with left over stale bread and add whatever after that depending on if you breakfast or dinner sausages. Slán!

    1. Hi Paddy I’m Irish also. I’M about to attempt to make my own sausages is there a recipe you recommend? I’m going in blind lol

    2. Hello Paddy, I’m Irish living in Canada 33yrs. Can’t find a decent Irish sausage in Toronto. Could you please share your recipe. I’d love to try making my own. Thanks.

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