- 12 sausages
- 250g Plain Flour
- 300ml Guinness Beer
- 1L Vegetable Oil
Serves: 12 Sausages
Preparation Time: 20 Minutes
Cook Time: 10 Minutes
Total Time: 30 Minutes
How to Make Battered Sausages
- Start by heating the oil in a deep-frying pan or dutch oven. You want to get the temperature of the oil to around 180C.
- Next you want to make your batter. Empty the flour into a mixing bowl and season with salt & pepper. Next, slowly add in the beer and stir continuously to combine. Once all the beer has been added, you should be left with a thick, pouring batter.
- Dip the sausages, one at a time, into batter to evenly coat. Deep-fry the sausages, a couple at a time for around 8 minutes. Remove from the oil, sprinkle with sea salt and leave to rest on kitchen roll. Repeat this process until all sausages have been cooked.
- Serve immediately with homemade chips and mushy peas.
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You simply cannot go wrong with freshly cooked, crispy batter and a delicious, piping hot sausage. Combine with the usual culprits, chips and mushy peas and you will certainly be on to a winner!
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