WARNING - IF THE SAUSAGES ARE FROZEN SOLID, THE OIL WILL SPLATTER! SO BE VERY CAREFUL!
If you want to try something different to normal pan-frying with your sausages you might consider deep frying them instead in some oil.
You can easily deep fry your sausages at home by preparing a pan of oil to 325F and coating your sausages in an egg wash and some breadcrumbs then lowering them into the oil.
We've made a small guide below which will take you through how to deep fry sausages when deep-fried sausages are cooked plus a few safety tips for frying them.
Let's get into it!
If you've never deep-fried before or you are used to cooking your sausages on the pan then you might be overwhelmed about deep-frying them.
We've listed a step by step on how to deep fry your sausages down below.
To check if your deep-fried sausages are cooked you should simply use a meat thermometer, try to avoid cutting them open as all the juices can leak out and cause them to become dry.
It's important to make sure your sausages are cooked all the way through, if not you are at risk of getting a foodborne illness from the undercooked food.
If it's your first-time deep frying food then you need to be making sure you are following some safety precautions to protect yourself, we've listed a few safety tips for deep frying your sausages down below.
Overall, sausages can be deep-fried easily in your oil of choice once dipped in some breadcrumbs and egg, always make sure to check your meat is done before serving and keep an eye on the temperature of your oil to prevent it overcooking or getting to the smoking point.