Jim Thomlinson, of Cinque Ports restaurant in Margate, Kent also believes roasting your bangers is the key to releasing the best flavours.
Jim told Mail Online: “One final slightly odd pro technique that I have played with is rolling sausages lightly in mayonnaise (Hellmann's for best result) before roasting.
“This locks in the flavour and finishes with a unique creamy texture and flavour. Strange but true and delicious!”
He adds: “Roasting as opposed to sealing sausages on the grill or in a pan is the best way to release all the flavours a sausage has to offer.
“At the end, spoon the juice from the baking tray over the top of the sausage to enhance the flavour.”
He says you don’t need to prick your sausages before grilling as “you'll lose much of the juice and flavour”.
Meanwhile, Tesco is selling mini battered sausages with curry sauce – and shoppers are very excited.
One commented on food blogger Kevssnackreviews's Instagram saying "we need all of these".
Another said "Oooh the battered sausages look fabulous mmmm", while many said the deep-fried treats looked "yummy".
You can buy the party snacks in store and online and they're currently on a three-for-two offer until January 1, 2019.
This means you can snap them up alongside Tesco's new cheesy pizza dippers.
A 275g box of 15 mini pork sausages coated in a golden batter with chip shop style curry sauce will set you back £3.
We recently revealed the amount of pork that's actually in your supermarket sausage – and it might shock you.
Meanwhile, Pret A Manger had to apologise last month after saying pork sausage breakfast pots on sale at its flagship store were vegetarian.
Plus, Asda is selling a foot-long pig in blanket for Christmas – and it’s bigger than Aldi’s.
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