New sausage brand, MOR, promises great taste with less fat

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Whether sizzling away in a spitting hot pan or served freshly charred from a summer barbeque, sausages are a comforting staple of happy homes. But while they might be well-loved, sausages are often high in fat, which can contribute to raised cholesterol and heart conditions.

MOR sausages make your favourite midweek meals guilt free. MOR have been carefully crafted to be just as succulent, juicy, and utterly delicious as everyone’s favourite pork sausages, while also introducing exciting new flavours that bring something just a little bit different to the dinner table. Each of the four unique MOR recipes blend high-quality British meat with nutritious vegetables, fragrant herbs, and delicate spices, creating lower-fat sausages that taste absolutely fantastic.

With flavours such as Mediterranean Chicken and Moroccan Spiced Pork, MOR can be served with everything from mashed potato to herby pesto, helping you to make MOR of your mealtimes. Available in Tesco from 3 April.
 
Mediterranean Chicken with Sundried Tomato & Basil Chipolatas

What’s in them?

British chicken blended with cherry tomatoes, red and green peppers, spring onions, red onions, basil, and sun-dried tomato paste.

Nutrition

With just 4% fat and 1% sugar per serving, these are the lightest MOR sausages. They’re made with vegetables including cherry tomatoes, peppers, and onions, which contain calcium, iron, and a range of vitamins.

Serving suggestion

Keep it simple; serve with a fresh leafy salad for a quick and delicious midweek lunch.

Pork, Super Green Veg & Lentil Sausages

What’s in them?

British pork, asparagus, peas, spinach, green lentils, onion and coriander tumbled in a sweet chilli dressing.

Nutrition

We’ve used a super green blend of vitamin-rich vegetables, and each serving contains far less fat than classic pork sausages.

Serving suggestion

Cook and then chop into a bowl of penne pasta, and dress with green pesto. Add cherry tomatoes to finish.
 
Moroccan Spiced Pork, Cauliflower & Chickpea Sausages

What’s in them?

British pork, cauliflower, chickpeas, red pepper and coriander blended with warming harissa paste and a touch of honey.

Nutrition

Each serving contains much less fat than standard sausages. We’ve also used vegetables that are high in protein, fibre, and vitamins B6, C, and K.

Serving suggestion

Make a simple tagine by baking in an oven dish with vegetables and tinned tomatoes, then serve with couscous.
 
 
Pork, Beetroot & Bramley Apple Sausages

What’s in them?

British pork, beetroot, and Bramley apple with spinach, brown rice, honey, caraway seeds, onion, black pepper and basil.

Nutrition

These lighter sausages contain less fat than your favourite pork sausages. They’re made using vegetables known for being sources of vitamins A, B, C, and K as well as potassium, fibre, and iron.

Serving suggestion

Bring out the sweetness of the beetroot and apple by serving with mashed sweet potato and a side of seasonal vegetables.