We tried to keep it as close as possible to the popular American style hot Italian sausage. It won't make you blow steam out of your ears but will certainly increase your body temperature. Our original, 100% all-natural hot Italian style sausage. Freshly ground spices, hot crushed paprika, and a few real chili flakes - not too spicy. The free-range pork comes from family farms in Austria, Europe. Strictly no factory farming. Completely free of antibiotics and growth hormones. Read more about the farms below.
We only use the whole ham (leg) and a variety of natural spices, minimally processed, the ethically raised pork is completely free of growth hormones, antibiotics. The raw sausages come free of preservatives, additives, gluten, lactose, MSG, fillers, nitrates, enhancers, sugar or any artificial ingredients or nasties, just family farm produced, ethically raised pork and top quality natural spices from around the world. Freshly prepared and blast frozen. Hands down, this might be the cleanest sausage available. A difference in quality you can taste.
One sausage weighs 80g (2.8 oz.) - you get 4 per pack. Simmer them in almost boiling water before finishing them off in the fry-pan or grill for a crispy gold-brown skin. Goes well for any occasion, breakfast, BBQ, lunch or dinner.
1 pack contains 3 sausages
Approx. 320g (8.4 oz.)
Shipping & Handling
Shipping and delivery is frozen
Keep frozen below -18°C (0°F)
In the fridge: approx. 12h In ice-water: approx. 1h
Nonstick fry pan or the grill
Frozen: see packaging label (usually more than 3 months) Chilled: Please consume the unopened pack within 4 days.
Also known as
Salsiccia Sausage, New York-style Italian Sausage, Hot Sausage, Chili Sausage
Pork, Sea salt, black pepper, red pepper flakes, chili flakes, garlic powder, potato starch and other natural spices.
Country of Origin
Tochigi Prefecture, Japan
Uncooked raw sausage. Cook thoroughly.
Austria, probably the happiest place for pigs. Surrounded by mountains and pristine forests of Styria the pigs are farmed on microforms - small family operated and owned family farms. The pigs live on hay in groups of around 20 in free-range stalls. Occasionally the animals get to roam freely on the fields when the weather permits. Completely free of growth hormones and antibiotics. The feed is completely in-house grown and consists of corn, barley, wheat, soybean meal, extraction meal, amino acids, mineral mixtures.
At A Glance
German Edelschwein and Landrace
Alliance of Austrian family farms
Free-range in large stalls with hay, occasional free roam on fields if weather permits.
Completely defrost the sausages in the fridge overnight or in a bowl of cold water shortly before cooking. The sausages are raw and require cooking.
The easiest way is to simmer the sausages (not boiling) slowly for about 10 minutes and then finishing them off in a nonstick fry pan or hot plate as used in the image. Use a little bit of olive oil. While cooking the sausages, pork fat will ooze out, be careful and use a splatter screen if at hand.
Make sure you crisp up the skin. Turn often. The casing for the sausage is natural casing and tends to be chewy if not cooked crispy brown on high heat.
Serve with fried or mashed potatoes and green peas. Tastes great with dijon mustard with mustard seeds. Juicy and tasty sausages made from all-natural ingredients and ethically raised and safe pork. A difference in quality that you and your family can taste - due to the spices, not recommended for kids, though. Enjoy.
Translated from Japanese: I cooked them in a frypan and then put them into a lentil stew. Without adding salt to the lentils, I ate it together and the perfect degree of spiciness was amazing.
Because the skin is thick, it’s very elastic, so there might be people who can’t bite through it with their teeth (I took a big bite). But if you properly use a knife and fork, you can eat with no problems. It might be better to cook the sausages on low flame until the skin is slightly burned. I didn’t cook them the way you can see them in the pictures on the website.
I will order again!
Translated from Japanese: Perfect degree of spiciness. For me, the saltiness was a little too much.
The outside is crispy! The inside meaty!
Translated from Japanese: Because of corona, I can’t go out, so I think having a BBQ can be fun. Spicy sausages and beer, there’s no better combination. The outside is crispy, there’s a prickling sound when you bite into them and the inside is juicy. Delicious~! These are big, filling sausages that are perfectly meaty. I want to try country style sausages next!
Translated from Japanese: For those who love meat. The herbs and the Italian flavor are amazing, it made me think “This is awesome!” I might order them again.
They don’t go well with spaghetti sauces
Translated from Japanese: They're delicious, but the seasoning is lacking. It’s not the spiciness, but the Italian spices that are missing.