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Well living in the states we don't get this dish much and when we do it isn't true bangers. Finally had some for lunch today, my father in law brought some back from London the last time he was there. Pretty good shit. Just wondering though , is this a stereotype that English people enjoy this or is it still a practice in households. I know French people love them some snails lol



My first time making it. Good thing I got a ricer for the potatoes
 

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If that's a treat you must have it pretty bad..

It's boring tbh, sausage and a lump of squished potatoes
 

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Well living in the states we don't get this dish much and when we do it isn't true bangers. Finally had some for lunch today, my father in law brought some back from London the last time he was there. Pretty good shit. Just wondering though , is this a stereotype that English people enjoy this or is it still a practice in households. I know French people love them some snails lol



My first time making it. Good thing I got a ricer for the potatoes
Hardly a treat! More a cba cooking kinda meal.
Nice though. Best with garlic mash and onion gravy.
 

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Ah ok I just saw it on wiki. I thought they were dipped in batter separately. But I see now that it's poured into a dish with the sausage lined up. Well I got one more pack of banger in the freezer. Anyone got grandmas old recipe lol
 

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No because that would make a pancake and not a Yorkshire pudding.

Have to confess to liking bangers and mash, also told in the hole. I'm quite bad that I like beans with both of these meals :shocked:
 
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