Aussie-Style Snag Sausage

Aussie-Style Snag Sausage

MADE BY SCHALLER AND WEBER IN NEW YORK, NEW YORK

  • $12 for a 12 oz pack

Mouth says...

We can’t wait to throw a couple of these on the barbie. What’s a snag, you ask? Australian slang for sausage, these tender pork links are combined with confit garlic, smoky paprika and aromatic sage, and were created by the Aussie-inspired restaurant The Flower Shop, as part of NYC's Lower East Side sausage shop's Schaller and Weber’s Sausage Series. So whether you’re hosting an NYC barbecue or Bondi beach cookout, hurry up and snag some of these snags. You’re bound to have a g’day, mate. 


Tip of the Tongue

Want to make an Aussie snag sizzle? The popular way to serve this sausage is to sear it on the grill and place it on sliced bread, along with grilled onions, tomato sauce, barbecue sauce or mustard.


Ingredients

Pork, Water, Less than 2% of: Salt, Smoked Paprika, Garlic, Sage, Yeast Extract, Natural Flavors.