Customer’s marmite and cheddar sausage recipe proves a winner for butchers

Elmswell Butchers asked for customers to submit ideas for sausages as part of National Sausage Week. The winner was a marmite and vintage cheddar sausage which has proven quite popular.''Pictured from the butchers are Alastair Angus, Terry Clayden and John Simpson.
Elmswell Butchers asked for customers to submit ideas for sausages as part of National Sausage Week. The winner was a marmite and vintage cheddar sausage which has proven quite popular.''Pictured from the butchers are Alastair Angus, Terry Clayden and John Simpson.
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Marmite - it’s loved and loathed in equal measure but a butchers has produced a ‘delicious’ marmite and cheddar sausage following a customer recipe contest.

Elmswell Butchers challenged shoppers to come up with their own innovative ideas as part of National Sausage Week and settled on Kathryn Miller’s innovate concoction.

With a full jar of marmite and a kilo of vintage Barbers 1833 cheddar used in each batch of sausages, the recipe has been popular with customers.

Another winner, which they made, was a stilton and apple pork sausage. They have also produced a hot habanero chilli suggestion.

Butcher John Simpson said: “We’ve had some great feedback already with the marmite and cheddar being the most popular by a long way with our customers.

Manager Alastair Angus added: “They’re really delicious sausages. The marmite does give a nice richness to the flavour and enhances the pork really well. We’ve certainly got them available at all times. If they’re not fresh we’ve got a freezer range. As we’re coming into Christmas though people tend to want the more traditional ones.”

The butchers, in Station Road, gave those who came up with the winning recipes a free pound of the final product.