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I live in the United States and am uncertain as to what kind of sausage to use f

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    BAColeNCposted 7 years ago

    I live in the United States and am uncertain as to what kind of sausage to use for Toad in the...

    Hole.  I'm guessing they're not hot dogs, but more like our breakfast sausage.  Is this correct?

  2. Wesman Todd Shaw profile image98
    Wesman Todd Shawposted 7 years ago

    LOL!!!!  I think you mean "pigs in a blanket?"  You can get those little sausages as beef, chicken, pork, turkey; or any combo at most groceries.  Sometimes you can get them with cheese inside of them too.  Very tasty, but high fat.

  3. cheapsk8chick profile image55
    cheapsk8chickposted 7 years ago

    I always had a toad in the hole as an egg fried into a cutout piece of toast.  I never put any meat into that dish.  The recipe from the hub you are referring to appears to be using breakfast sausage links.  They can be found in the meat case where the roll sausage and bacon are when at the grocers.

  4. Skeffling profile image80
    Skefflingposted 6 years ago

    Breakfast sausage is what we use in Canada.  In England they would use a thick banger or thin Linconlshire sausage.  The English sausages have more herbs in them like sage and thyme and the spices are often white pepper and ginger with even some mace.  If you wanted to you could make your own sausages with recipes from online.  Use ground pork (best with lots of fat) and salt and herbs and breadcrumbs and make what you like to taste.  You could do patties for breakfasts or just roll your own links and put them in your toad-in-the-hole, and don't worry about the casings.  They are the most expensive part of the whole thing anyway!