Leftover cooked sausgaes

(16 Posts)
mouldycheesefan Mon 18-Jul-16 09:14:39

wait can I do with leftover cooked sausages from a bbq? They ar pork so don't think I can reheat them?
Thanks

OhNoNotMyBaby Mon 18-Jul-16 09:15:58

Yes of course you can reheat them. chop them up and cook with a can of mixed pulses, passata and some chilli. Yum!

SheDoneAlreadyDoneHadHerses Mon 18-Jul-16 09:18:40

I made sausage pasta for my son with precooked sossies last week. I just chopped them up, and reheated with pasta sauce.

Bambooshoots14 Mon 18-Jul-16 09:22:52

Cold sausage sandwich?

My DH would just eat them out the fridge 🐷

NoahVale Mon 18-Jul-16 09:25:09

i might eat them cold, with a salad

mouldycheesefan Mon 18-Jul-16 09:28:37

I thought you shouldn't reheat pork?

AllBraines Mon 18-Jul-16 09:30:15

Wetherspoons use pre-cooked bacon that's then reheated on the grill, trust me you can reheat pork

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Mon 18-Jul-16 09:31:21

Walls sell ready cooked microwaveable sausages,you can reheat pork.

NoahVale Mon 18-Jul-16 09:32:50

i think sausage is ok. I wouldnt try it personally but only because I love cold sausages
rice is dodgy but ok if blasted.
fish is also a bit dodgy

Allalonenow Mon 18-Jul-16 09:36:21

Serve with macaroni cheese for a quick meal.
Sausage sandwiches.
Slice thinly and add to soup such as three bean soup, pea soup, tomato & pasta style soup.
Add to baked beans for a quick lunch.

NattyTile Mon 18-Jul-16 09:42:37

Sausage pasta bake.
Sausage salad.
Sausage sandwich.
Sausage risotto.
Sausage scrambled egg.

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Mon 18-Jul-16 09:44:53

Rice is only dodgy if left out for over an hour once cooked.

Why is pork any riskier than reheating any other meat?confused

MsWorthington Mon 18-Jul-16 09:51:56

From NHS information

^Yes. You can get food poisoning from eating reheated rice. However, it's not the reheating that causes the problem but the way the rice has been stored before it was reheated.
How does reheated rice cause food poisoning?

Uncooked rice can contain spores of Bacillus cereus, a bacterium that can cause food poisoning. When the rice is cooked, the spores can survive.
If the rice is left standing at room temperature, the spores can grow into bacteria. These bacteria will multiply and may produce toxins (poisons) that cause vomiting or diarrhoea.
The longer cooked rice is left at room temperature, the more likely it is that the bacteria or toxins could make the rice unsafe to eat.
Symptoms of food poisoning

If you eat rice that contains Bacillus cereus bacteria you may be sick and experience vomiting or diarrhoea about 1-5 hours afterwards. Symptoms are relatively mild and usually last about 24 hours.
Tips on serving rice safely

ideally, serve rice as soon as it has been cooked
if that isn't possible, cool the rice as quickly as possible (ideally within one hour)
keep rice in the fridge for no more than one day until reheating
when you reheat any rice, always check that the dish is steaming hot all the way through
do not reheat rice more than once^

senua Mon 18-Jul-16 09:56:33

Reheating food can be dodgy; recooking food, not so much.

Reheating means taking up to 70 degrees. Cook thoroughly (i.e. over 70 degrees) and there shouldn't be a problem (within reason: I'm not saying that sausages left out for days in summer sun are a good idea!)

Onionringo Mon 18-Jul-16 10:02:23

Frittata? Fry up sausages, some onion, some tomatoes, add eggs. It's my go to meal to use up leftovers. It's not always worked, but a sausage one sounds pretty good.

TyneTeas Mon 18-Jul-16 18:46:53

How about chopped up into a pasta salad if you want to avoid reheating

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