Can I cook Wall's sausages in the oven?
Yes - either refer to instructions on back of pack or follow the guidelines below. If you are cooking Wall's Micro Sausages, these are designed specifically for microwaves - please refer to the instructions on back of pack.
Place sausages on a baking tray in a pre-heated oven at 190°C, 375°F, Gas mark 5 for 15-20 minutes, turning occasionally. For fan assisted ovens, adjust cooking times according to manafacturer's handbook.
Place sausages on a baking tray in a pre-heated oven at 180°C, 350°F, Gas mark 5 for 25-30 minutes, turning occasionally. For fan assisted ovens, adjust cooking times according to manafacturer's handbook.
Can I freeze Wall's Micro-Sausages?
Yes - this product must be frozen on the day of purchase as long as there is 2-3 days shelf life left. Use within one month. Re-heat as directed on pack.
How long have Wall's been making sausages?
Since 1786 when Richard Wall opened his business at St. James' Market, London.
Do I need to defrost Wall's Frozen sausages before cooking them?
No, they should be cooked straight from the freezer. Follow the cooking instructions on the back of the pack which give full details. Please ensure the sausages are thoroughly cooked before eating.
Can I freeze Wall's Fresh sausages?
Yes, Wall's Fresh Sausages can be frozen on the day of purchase but no longer than two days before the use by date. The sausages must be defrosted thoroughly before use and should be used within 1 month of freezing.
Having frozen Wall's Fresh sausages, how should I cook them?
Defrost in fridge, and use within 24 hours. Cook as fresh sausages.
Why are sausages called "bangers"?
During the Second World War, sausages contained so much water they exploded when fried, with a bang.
Do I need to prick the sausage skins before cooking?
No, there's no need to prick Wall's sausages before cooking. Pricking sausages reduces succulence and increases splitting.
Are Wall's sausages peanut free?
Do your products contain GMO's ?
No. Wall's recognises that whilst the technology of genetic modification may offer a number of benefits, you may have reservations about the use of such novel scientific techniques. So where possible we have removed all ingredients derived from either soya or maize. But where we have to use these ingredients, we will purchase from suppliers that can prove that the origination of the soya or maize is conventional, i.e. non-GM.
I am allergic to wheat, can I eat your sausages?
Sorry but no, most sausages contain rusk which is wheat-based, as do our Wall's sausages. This means that those with a gluten allergy should avoid eating sausages.
Why do Wall's Sausages taste so good?
Wall's have been making sausages since 1786, so we are experts in the art of sausage making. We make to a secret recipe, which guarantees that each sausage will taste great with the full flavour you love.