morton rolls from Glasgow

Old Sep 14th 2007, 2:12 pm
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Hi ,this is really directed to people who have or used to have sausege rolls in the Glasgow area of Scotland made up with the square sausege and a nice crispy morton roll.
Is there a recipe for these rolls anywhere on the net
ps I have recently relocated here (USA) from Scotland hence the obbsession with morton rolls and square sauseges.

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Old Sep 14th 2007, 9:26 pm
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Originally Posted by davidandbess
Hi ,this is really directed to people who have or used to have sausege rolls in the Glasgow area of Scotland made up with the square sausege and a nice crispy morton roll.
Is there a recipe for these rolls anywhere on the net
ps I have recently relocated here (USA) from Scotland hence the obbsession with morton rolls and square sauseges.

Best Regards David
My dad is from Glasgow so I know what you are talking about.

I get some Scottish square sausage from these guys in New Jersey (I don't see it on the web but I buy it locally so I know they have it):

http://www.stewartsofkearny.com/

I haven't seen anything like a Mortons roll but they do a great Scottish loaf that you can use in a pinch! Looks like they ship. Give them a call and have a chat.

I haven't had a Morton's roll in years but I am now craving one!
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Originally Posted by davidandbess
Hi ,this is really directed to people who have or used to have sausege rolls in the Glasgow area of Scotland made up with the square sausege and a nice crispy morton roll.
Is there a recipe for these rolls anywhere on the net
ps I have recently relocated here (USA) from Scotland hence the obbsession with morton rolls and square sauseges.

Best Regards David
Was out with some hiking friends recently up near Killin and we stopped for breakfast on the way. I ordered a sausage sarnie and thought they'd served me the wrong thing until my colleagues told me about the square sausage thing. Tasted lovely, too!
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Old Sep 16th 2007, 5:02 am
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Originally Posted by davidandbess
Hi ,this is really directed to people who have or used to have sausege rolls in the Glasgow area of Scotland made up with the square sausege and a nice crispy morton roll.
Is there a recipe for these rolls anywhere on the net
ps I have recently relocated here (USA) from Scotland hence the obbsession with morton rolls and square sauseges.

Best Regards David
You're making me home sick, what I would do for a roll on sausage with brown sauce! Yum. Might need to make a trip to the British Emporium tomorrow, although I very much doubt they'll have any square slice.
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I also go to Camerons too and they ship as well.

http://www.cameronsofkearny.net/onli...=01&subcat=ALL
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