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    It's my breakfast and I'll fry if I want to.

    I defrosted some nice Cumberland sossies last night, and I'm off to cook this now.

    I will report back.

    Fabulous Family Food – Cheap & Cheerful Sausage, Onion & Potato Bake

    March 4, 2012 By Karen 21 Comments
    Sausage, Onion and Potato Bake

    - Fabulous Family Food -

    Cheap & Cheerful Sausage, Onion & Potato Bake


    Not a Sunday lunch as might be expected today, but a cheap and cheerful one tray bake, with all the families favourite ingredients in one dish…….juicy sausages (with a vegetarian option), crispy potatoes, meltingly soft onions and baked beans……combining some of your one-a-day vegetables, carbohydrates, protein and oil…..and, this dish won’t break the bank either! And the reason I am posting it on Sunday? To help with meal planning for the next week, as well as the fact that this would make an easy Sunday supper dish, leaving more time for family pursuits before a busy week ahead. This recipe uses one packet of sausages, one pound of potatoes, two onions, some oil and a couple of tins of baked beans, and will feed two adults and two children with ease.
    Sausage, Onion and Potato Bake

    If you have more than two little ones, the just tweak the quantities up a wee bit…..it really is an easy recipe that can be adapted to suit, as well as making a vegetarian version with Quorn sausages too. If you are not keen on serving baked beans with this, then how about fried or baked tomatoes or steamed Savoy cabbage…..or, some garden peas and carrots. You could also serve this with some Yorkshire puddings, a sort of de-constructed Toad in the Hole! This is not posh food, but with a packet of good quality and high meat content British butcher’s sausages, it makes a very tasty supper dish. I have made this for my parents before with Quorn sausages, I tend not to cut them into pieces, and just leave them whole when baking them, as they can dry out. Another idea for an accompaniment, how about a jug of hot onion gravy…..or even some apple sauce to go with those pork bangers.
    Sausage, Onion and Potato Bake

    Sausage, Onion & Potato Bake

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    Serves 4 Prep time 15 minutes Cook time 50 minutes Total time 1 hours, 5 minutes Region British By author Karen S Burns-Booth Ingredients
    • 1 packet of 8 thick pork sausages, each sausage cut into three (such as Lincolnshire, Cumberland or Oxford sausages)
    • 2 onions (peeled and sliced into rings)
    • 450g potatoes (peeled and sliced into thin rounds)
    • 2 tablespoons rapeseed oil
    • salt and black pepper
    • Baked beans (to serve)
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    • 1 packet of 8 Quorn sausages (For a vegetarian option)
    Directions

    Step 1 Preheat the oven to 200C/ fan 180C/ gas 6. Place an oven-proof baking tray with the oil into the oven to heat up.

    Step 2 As soon as the oil is hot, add the onions and potato slices and mix them around so they are coated with the oil. Put them in the oven for 20 minutes.

    Step 3 After 20 minutes, take the onions and potatoes out and add the sausages, mix thoroughly and bake for a further 20 to 30 minutes, or until the sausages are cooked, and the potatoes are crispy around the edges and golden brown. Season to taste and serve with some baked beans.

    Step 4 If using the Quorn sausages, only bake for 20 minutes, and check after 15 minutes, as they cook quicker than meat sausages.
    "Quorn sausages" what a fucking obscenity.

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    Good thread title

    I'd be seasoning in step 2.

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    Trust me, I will be <heh>

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    Well that was quick, all ready, just waiting for the oven to warm up.

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    I would upload some pics, but TD's Gallery is blocked here!


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    On step 3, 30 minutes to go (I like my spuds crispy!).

    This is piss easy.

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    *Munch* VERY high return for such little effort.

    I give the the chef a Michelin star.


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    Let's see if this works:

    Ah good. There you go.


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    Looks good that. Smart move with the foil around the elements too. Nightmare to clean that bit of the cooker.

    <minces off>

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    Result!! I'll be trawling the contents of the freezer too. So easy to modify with extra goodies too! With you all day long over the use of Quorn shite, It ain't normal.

    Thanks harry.

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    That looks disgusting, Harry. Is there any left?

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    Good thread Arry.

    Although I ain't normally a brekkie person that looks good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda
    "Quorn sausages" what a fucking obscenity.
    Totally with you on that one, they should get twatted under the trades description act, disgusting aint the word.

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    That plate of Harry's would send a man with a hang over, over the edge !
    looks like the dizzy entrance to the Tv show the Time Tunnel .
    Now about the grub itself-
    needs a mountain of fried up , yesterdays mashed potatoes to go with it.
    And a heavy smothering of red and brown sauce in a delightful criss cross pattern .
    oh and plenty of stinking vinegar too

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    Not enough onion.

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    HP Sauce!!!

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    Shit harry, all I have to say is "You would fry too if it happened to you"!!

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    No title credit to Leslie Gore?

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    Should have, but I reckon harry got the joke.

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    It looks revolting. How anybody can contemplate eating potatoes and onions for breakfast is beyond me.

    I settle for a walnut and sultana wholemeal roll, cut in half, spread liberally with butter and topped off with a spoonful of thick cut orange marmalade. I'd have posted a picture of it but I've eaten it. Next time, maybe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by can123
    How anybody can contemplate eating potatoes and onions for breakfast is beyond me.
    Quote Originally Posted by can123
    I settle for a walnut and sultana wholemeal roll, cut in half, spread liberally with butter and topped off with a spoonful of thick cut orange marmalade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by can123 View Post
    It looks revolting. How anybody can contemplate eating potatoes and onions for breakfast is beyond me.

    I settle for a walnut and sultana wholemeal roll, cut in half, spread liberally with butter and topped off with a spoonful of thick cut orange marmalade. I'd have posted a picture of it but I've eaten it. Next time, maybe.
    Cap'n Crunch will do for me....

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    I had the biggest breakfast set at Oh My Cod on Thursday morning - very nice too...

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    I love heart attacks on one plate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by can123
    I settle for a walnut and sultana wholemeal roll
    Not surprising as I've seen the female talent in Cardiff.

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