Monday, 17 December 2007

Sausage and Bacon Toad in the Hole

This recipe uses a shop bought batter mix and so is really quick and easy to make. Couldn't find any Toads, so I used sausages instead....

You Need:
6 - 8 Herby sausages of your choice
142g Yorkshire Pudding mix - usually in the same aisle as baking goods/suet etc
4 or 5 rashers unsmoked back bacon - chopped into bite sized pieces
2 small Red Onions - thickly sliced
1 Egg
1 teaspoon dried Sage

Pre-Heat the oven to 220c. Well oil a deep casserole dish and stick it in the oven to heat up.

Gently fry the Sausages in a pan, turning frequently for approx 5 mins. They should just begin to turn brown. Add the chopped Bacon, the Sage and the Red Onion, and cook for a further 5 minutes, turning frequently. Remove the Sausages and cut them into bite sized chunks.

Make the Yorkshire Pudding batter as per the packet instructions (usually add an Egg, maybe some milk/water and whisk for a couple of minutes)

Take the dish out of the oven and put the Sausage/Bacon/Onion into the dish and spread it around. Season to taste. Pour on the batter mix. Return to the oven and heat for 20-30 mins until well risen and golden brown

Serve with mashed potatoes, peas and loads of gravy

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