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lindamac
post 18th Nov 2006, 12:40pm
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Here another family winter favourite, Stewed gigot o lamb chops wi turnip,carrotts onions etc served wi mash supa yum!(grated turnip as well as diced intae the stew).served with mashed turnip or minted peas/ peppered cabbage. tongue.gif smile.gif


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post 20th Jun 2010, 11:31am
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Hi there everyone.I was interested in your Stewed Sausages,as I cook them now even in Australia. I cook them in with topside mince,carrots & onions.They are delicious and served with mashed totties and cabage-YUM- M The others in the family don't know how to cook this dish and they often ask me to make it for them. My mum used to make this dish all the time for us kids in Glasgow as it was a cheap meal to make a went further. Not many here have heard of this meal let alone willing ta try it.I especially love it and it brings back a few memories.
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post 20th Jun 2010, 11:32am
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Hi there everyone.I was interested in your Stewed Sausages,as I cook them now even in Australia. I cook them in with topside mince,carrots & onions.They are delicious and served with mashed totties and cabage-YUM- M The others in the family don't know how to cook this dish and they often ask me to make it for them. My mum used to make this dish all the time for us kids in Glasgow as it was a cheap meal to make a went further. Not many here have heard of this meal let alone willing ta try it.I especially love it and it brings back a few memories.
Bonnie

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post 20th Jun 2010, 01:33pm
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..I like the flavour they give to a beef stew and they are really good in your steak pies biggrin.gif


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post 20th Jun 2010, 09:07pm
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I put them in steak pie here too but boy do I miss the good Scottish links. Stuff I buy here is awful.
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post 3rd Oct 2011, 04:17pm
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With the stewed sausage, thats no fat yer throwing away it aw the flavour too.
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post 9th May 2013, 04:39am
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Are stewed sausages anything like stovies?


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post 13th May 2013, 09:01am
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QUOTE (Purplefan @ 9th May 2013, 04:56am) *
Are stewed sausages anything like stovies?

A dont mean this tea be funny an' I dont remember whit stovies are, but when a' wis phoning international tae find oot how my mither wis doing in hospital I distinctly heard the atterndant askin' if she wanted stovies ta eat fur tea. She said awright an' she died the next day.
Whitever stovies are avoid them.
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post 16th Aug 2016, 01:02pm
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Hello everyone, well I'm glad someone has mentioned stewed sausages. I love this dish and cook it often. I am in Australia and hardly anyone has heard of this dish, even some of my Scottish friends don't remember it. What are they missing. .I...1/2 cook the carrots in water (just covering) and use the liquid in my mince /sausage dish . I brown some mince & onions first, add 2 oxo cubes , sausages & then the 1/2 cooked carrots . The skins usually come apart when cooking,so I just discard them. You can thicken the mince dish with whatever you like. Couple spoons ok soup ( mushroom flavour is best)
I use lots of carrots aprox 6-8 as I love them cooked in this meal

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Gallusbisom
post 16th Aug 2016, 05:38pm
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Yum.
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post 17th Aug 2016, 12:21am
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QUOTE (Agnes2205 @ 16th Aug 2016, 01:02pm) *
Hello everyone, well I'm glad someone has mentioned stewed sausages. I love this dish and cook it often. I am in Australia and hardly anyone has heard of this dish, even some of my Scottish friends don't remember it. What are they missing. .I...1/2 cook the carrots in water (just covering) and use the liquid in my mince /sausage dish . I brown some mince & onions first, add 2 oxo cubes , sausages & then the 1/2 cooked carrots . The skins usually come apart when cooking,so I just discard them. You can thicken the mince dish with whatever you like. Couple spoons ok soup ( mushroom flavour is best)
I use lots of carrots aprox 6-8 as I love them cooked in this meal

ENJOY

Hello from OZ

I also live in Australia and one of the more positive aspects of this and the fact that I married a lady of French background with an Italian father, I was no longer subject to the horrors of Cuisine D' Ecosse. Biled sausigis, neeps n' totties, tripe and unyins biled in milk.

Never again; thank the lord.
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post 22nd Aug 2016, 10:37am
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Agnes, excluding the mince, your stewed sausages sound a little like the Stovies my Ma used to make so many years ago. Today, for Stovies, I brown the sausages in the pan before adding onion rings and then sliced potatoes. I then mix two Oxo Cubes in warm water and, as things start to sizzle, I add that liquid to the pan. Unlike my dear old Ma, I like to add a few fresh herbs as the pot is cooking and have been known to add sliced or crushed garlic ! Love my Stovies !

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Betsy2009
post 22nd Aug 2016, 12:11pm
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I thought stovies were potatoes that you slice and cook on top of a stew or casserole so they cook and soak up the gravy at the same time.
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Gallusbisom
post 22nd Aug 2016, 12:12pm
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Tombro, sounds delish. I am now on my way to the store to get the sausages etc. and probably no one but HRH and I will enjoy them but that is their loss. smile.gif I do like to make steak and kidney pie, from time to time but just try getting kidney in the US. lol so I wait until I get back to Canada and make it there. Love the "old dishes", those women knew how to make a penny do a pounds worth. The only thing I ever had trouble with was sheep's head soup and tripe, never ever learned to deal with either of them. Yoiks.
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post 22nd Aug 2016, 12:14pm
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Sheep's head soup???? wacko.gif
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