Recipe: something to do with sausages

November 19th, 2009 by

Easy as pie, this one, but surprisingly nice.

Ingredients:
-three sausages, good ones – I used pork and caramelised onion;
-one baking apple;
-one red onion;
-olive oil;
-honey.

Peel and chop the apple into rough chunks and throw into a deep baking tray. Add the onion, chopped into fair-sized chunks (not slices). Toss with olive oil, and stir some honey through it all. Put in the oven at 180 degrees Centigrade for twenty-five minutes.

In the meantime, grill or fry the sausages – I recommend grilling, because this is already a fairly oily mix. When done, the apple and onion ought to be done as well (check to see the apple is soft enough to turn into goo in your mouth). Chop the sausage into bitesized pieces, toss in a bowl with the apple and onions, mix well and add a sprig of parsley if you’re feeling decadent. Done.

This is enough for one hungry person, but it scales perfectly – just double everything. It really is rather nice.

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2 Responses to “Recipe: something to do with sausages”

  1. Rhiannon Says:

    What kind of honey – runny or set? This sounds delicious, and I’m thinking of trying it with some Cauldron vegetarian sausages.

  2. Iona Says:

    It doesn’t matter, really! It’s just to sweeten the tartness of the apple. Set honey will probably go runny in the warmth, anyway.

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