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Sausages! Does anyone have a tasty recipe to share?

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MrsMcGregor Wed 07-Aug-13 09:16:25

Pretty please smile. Got a packet to use up. Usually do a sausage pasta bake with a passata and marscapone sauce but fancy a change.


springytooty Wed 07-Aug-13 09:50:23

Roasted sausage, parsnips and onions (HF-W). A huge favourite in our house, and dead easy.

Here's the link - with a few more sausage recipes too

fledtoscotland Wed 07-Aug-13 09:53:18

A favourite in this house is bake the sausages in the oven and serve with a gravy with loads of softened onions in it. With cheesy mash and peas and its true comfort food

TempusFuckit Wed 07-Aug-13 09:54:45

Sausage pasta - the Jamie Oliver recipe alternatively titled Jools' or Gwyneth's depending on how schmoozy he's being grin

babySophieRose Wed 07-Aug-13 10:04:46

Sausage and canelini beans with white wine, garlic,smoked paprika, tomatoes , parsley. Delicious !

chimchar Wed 07-Aug-13 10:08:04

watching with interest...looking for inspiration!

squoosh Wed 07-Aug-13 10:46:37

This Jamie Oliver recipe is gorgeous.

januaryjojo Wed 07-Aug-13 10:49:47

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bittenipples Wed 07-Aug-13 10:50:06

Finally a decent sausage thread. I love sausages.


Souredstoneshasasouredpebble Wed 07-Aug-13 10:51:20

Sausage and cannellini beans as above or

Sausages in a pot with tinned tomatoes, onions, red peppers, chopped potatoes, paprika, red wine and/or Worcestershire sauce

Serve with crusty bread

Souredstoneshasasouredpebble Wed 07-Aug-13 10:52:40

Pot as in casserole dish

cocoplops Wed 07-Aug-13 10:55:27

This is very nice - all in one bake with mustard and marmalade with new pots. Marmalade sounds but odd I guess but just gives it sweet tang - sort of honey n mustard style.

cocoplops Wed 07-Aug-13 10:56:02

BigcatLittlecat Wed 07-Aug-13 10:59:18

Braised sausages! So easy!
Brown sausages and then drain off fat. Take from the frying pan. Cook some onions and mushrooms then add sausages add a stock cube cover with water and simmer for at least 30 mins but as long as possible is best! Add more water if needed Freezes really well!

Souredstoneshasasouredpebble Wed 07-Aug-13 11:01:32

Another one with pork and apple sausages is to pan fry them til cooked with chopped apple and onion. Remove sausages from pan and make a roux (butter and flour) add to the pan with cider of your choice to make a sauce

Serve with mash or chips

NobodyPutsTomArcherInTheCorner Wed 07-Aug-13 11:01:34

I've made sweet chilli bangers quite often. Makes sausages more interesting and is dead easy.

TempusFuckit Wed 07-Aug-13 11:48:24

Haha squoosh, that "proper blokes' pasta" is essentially the same as the pregnant Jools/Gwyneth one.

lurkingfromhome Wed 07-Aug-13 11:51:10

Take them out the skins, break them up in a pan, fry off with thyme, garlic, bit of lemon zest maybe, add mushrooms if you have any, stir though some mascarpone, serve on pasta. It's a Nigel Slater recipe that I am poorly quoting because I can't remember it exactly but it's lovely.

squoosh Wed 07-Aug-13 11:57:05

So it is Tempus! grin

Maybe because only 'proper blokes' get their missus in the family way!

ReadytoOrderSir Wed 07-Aug-13 12:07:21

Fry sliced onions & garlic til soft. Add tin of chopped toms, big squirt of tom puree and Italian herbs. Leave to bubble gently while you grill or fry sausages.

Meanwhile boil & mash spuds, adding lots of ground pepper, a dollop of cream and LOTS of grated parmesan.

Slice up the sausages into chunks and add, with black olives, to the sauce just before serving.

MrsMcGregor Wed 07-Aug-13 12:30:48

Yum - thanks! I love that Jamie recipe, no matter how he titles it, but sadly the kids don't shock. Just thinking what I have in the cupboard/fridge. Fancy the sausage in a pot, I think, asI have a few Cyprus pots in the fridge that I could use up.

Sourredstones, how do you do it? Will the potatoes (chopped) cook in the tomatosauce or should I pre-cook?


chimchar Wed 07-Aug-13 13:21:45

Love the sound of these...thanks!

Can we get the thread moved to food or recipes or something so it doesn't disappear?!

Anyone mind if I ask?!

MrsMcGregor Wed 07-Aug-13 13:30:11

Not at all but I hope Sourredstones sees my question cos I'm not sure whether to fry the says and veg first or just bung the whole kit and caboodle in a casserole, shove it in the oven and let it bubble - which is what I'd really like to do!!

AllSWornOut Wed 07-Aug-13 13:34:48

I made the oven-baked ratatouille and sausages recipe from the last Good Food magazine and it was lush.

Chop up veg (recommended peppers, onions and courgettes) then roast with olive oil in 200C oven for 20 mins (brown off sausages in a frying pan while the veg is cooking). Chuck in a can of chopped tomatoes and some chopped garlic, bung sausages on top and bake for another 20 mins. Yum!

Likesshinythings Wed 07-Aug-13 13:41:31

The sausage and butter bean bake from here is v tasty

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