The lovely people over at Debbie & Andrews kindly sent us over one of their new family bumper packs of their Perfect Pork sausages. These award winning sausages are just bursting with meatiness. They are very big, thick and meaty and just how a good English sausage should be. The ingredients inside are best minced pork meat which is lightly seasoned and bound with specially baked breadcrumbs.
One of these big bumper packs contains 10 sausages. The pack is perfect for family’s. Asda is currently offering 2 bumper packs for just £7.00 too. The sausages can be frozen on day of purchase and defrosted when needed which is exactly what I did on the day they arrived.
With my sausages came a sausage recipe book with 30 recipes.
This lit’ll book gave me a bit of inspiration to make something different with the sausages than what I normally would do. Without the book j would probably have made an English breakfast, but not this time. – This time I chose to make a Sausage Roast, which with some tweaking turned into more of a Sausage casserole and without the use of any packets.
Here’s how I made it!
1 bumper pack of Perfect pork sausage (I used 7 out of the pack)
2 small onions
Red pepper, yellow pepper
Half a butternut squash
Tin of tomatoes
•Preheat oven to 180C
•Chop all of the vegetables into chunks and place in a casserole dish.
•Cut the sausages into bite size pieces and add to dish
•Add tin of tomatoes, seasoning and mix well.
•Finally pop in the oven for approximately 1 hour. Then serve and enjoy.
I was so hungry by the time it was cooked that I completely forgot to take a photograph of it cooked in the dish. By the time I remembered it was all dished out with some mash potato but luckily not eaten.
It was delicious and is something I intend on making again. Very easy and quite healthy too with all the lovely vegetables. I thought ours tastes better than the packet versions too and am actually quite proud of myself for making this. Jordanna and Izebella enjoyed it and Jordanna wants it again. I knew Ryan would not eat it so he got a nice sausage Toastie instead with the 3 remaining sausages. There’s No point me even attempting to get him to try vegetables.
This is one of those dishes that you can add whatever you wish too. The sausages were just delicious and cooked perfect in the oven.
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