Sausages for tea and I desperately need inspiration. DH is gluten free so no toad in the hole here!
Ideally something on the healthier side that DCs will also eat...have a pretty well stocked kitchen so looking for your ideas. It is hot here today but not boiling but fancy something more on the summer food style than bangers and mash with gravy!!
Snip the ends off, squeeze the sausage meat out a bit at a time and roll into meatballs. Chill for a while then fry them, make a garlicky tomato sauce and add the meatballs (a Spanish dish called albondigas I believe) and serve with rice.
Or fry them and add to (gluten-free??) pittas with salad, houmous, yoghurt sauce etc.
Balsamic sausage, pepper and red onion bake Hot sausage pittas with caramelised onions and mustard mayo Sausage and bean casserole Sausage and pepper skewers Sausage frittata with a nice salad Sausages with ratatouille Sizzling sausage salad Spicy sausage meatballs with rice
Pack of sausages, Toulouse Style are good. An onion a carrot stick of celery a pepper chicken stock cube couple of tins of chopped tomatoes drained tin of cannellini beans tablespoon of tomato purée dried oregano (1 tsp ish) few bay leaves
Heat the oven to 180, and while your at it, brown the sausages in some oil in a casserole dish for 5 mins. Add your chopped up carrot, onion, celery and pepper to soften for ten more mins. Disolve the stock cube in as little water as you can, then add to the pot with everything else. Bring up to a simmer. Put in the oven for 45 mins. I leave the lid off so it gets thick enough.
If you've used plain sausages, stir in some pesto just before you serve.
I tend to eat it with garlic bread, or a jacket potato
Serves 3 if you hand out portions like I do, although 4 if there's lots of carbs. I generally go by the two sausages each rule.