Traditional Irish pork sausage, typically served with mashed potatoes and gravy. This delicious dish is commonly found in pubs and restaurants all around Ireland. Bangers are a type of sausage common to the UK. They are often an essential part of pub food, as they are quick to prepare, but they're also often made at home. The name comes from the sausage’s tendency toward bursting or “banging” open during high frying temperatures. In fact, to avoid losing some of the sausage, they can be boiled first, and sliced lengthwise prior to frying or grilling.
Pork, Veal, Water, Bread Crumbs (Wheat, Flour, Water, Salt, Yeast), Salt, Spices