Made from quality cuts of meat, Tom Hixson of Smithfield is proud to offer award-winning sausages available to order online, from across the globe. Including the likes of beef hot dogs as well as Spanish chorizo, our wide range of sausages is versatile and suitable for any occasion or meal.
A firm favourite here at Tom Hixson of Smithfield are our traditional meaty pork sausages. These sausages offer outstanding flavour and succulence, perfect for making delicious dishes for family and friends.
If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind flavour and unforgettable taste, try our Iberico chorizo sausages which are part of our wider Iberico pork range. The popular range also features the world-famous Iberico Presa, which is considered to be the finest cut of the Iberian Pig.
With the option to buy sausages online in bulk, shop with Tom Hixson of Smithfield today and discover the convenience of having premium quality meat delivered directly to your door.
If you want to impress friends and family with unique UK sausages from our award-winning range, try our spicy hot link sausages. These sausages offer a flavourful twist on our traditional favourites. With hints of black pepper, paprika, and garlic, these pork sausages give your hot dogs a deliciously spicy kick.
For more BBQ meat options, browse our range of meats specifically designed for barbecuing including beef short ribs and steak burgers.
To cook Pork Sausages, heat vegetable oil in a frying pan and place your sausages in. Fry on low heat for 15-20 minutes, or until cooked through. Turn the sausages regularly for an even colour all around.
In a pan on low-medium heat, sausages will take around 15-20 minutes to cook through. This will change depending on the size and thickness of your sausages. Try not to crowd your frying pan, as this will lengthen the cooking time.
Cooking your sausages at 200°C will take around half an hour, however, this may vary depending on the thickness of your sausages. The internal temperature of your sausages should reach at least 70°C before being removed from the oven.
If you’re wanting to try our Morcilla (also known as black pudding or blood sausage), heat a drizzle of oil in a pan. Cut your black pudding into centimetre and a half thick slices, and cook for around three minutes on each side.
Yes you can, if your sausages arrive frozen, they can be cooked from frozen, although this will add a few minutes to your total cooking time. If you have the time, we’d recommend defrosting your sausages in the fridge up to 24 hours before use.
For quick and easy sausage rolls, first remove the sausage meat from the skin and season with your favourite herbs and spices. Lay out a sheet of puff pastry (store-bought or homemade pastry both work well) and lay out on a floured surface. Add your sausage meat down the middle and wrap tightly with the pastry. Brush with egg wash and cook in the oven for 20 minuets.
Yes you can. Sausages can be reheated a day or two after cooking, however, you might find the skins go a little soggy and the flavours won’t be as prominent. We wouldn’t recommend reheating more than once as this will encourage bacteria growth.
Italian sausages, also known as salsiccia or ‘Sicilian style’ sausages, are indeed made from pork. The popular pork sausages are extremely flavourful, which adds a tasty element to many popular Italian pizza, sauces, and pasta dishes.
Sausage meat can come from anywhere on the pig, however, the highest quality sausages are usually cut from the shoulder or leg, before being ground with a selection of herbs and spices. The shoulder and leg of the pig offer the ideal meat to fat ratio of 80/20.
If you’re looking for a tasty meal idea that includes our delicious sausages, serve with creamy mashed potatoes, pickled red cabbage, and fragrant gravy. Alternative, sauté vegetables, such as leeks, carrots, and broccoli in butter and serve with roasted potatoes.