This week’s tasty ten at ten comes from Meat and the City who blog about the best meaty restaurants in London.
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Sales of the humble sausage are said to be on the decline in the UK. We at Meat and the City think that’s a travesty. So here are ten sausage recipes we would all happily scoff. They’re sure to get your taste buds tingling and have you rushing down the shops to help boost the sale of Britain’s banger!
- Sausages are brilliantly versatile and don’t have to stay in their skins. As Bintu from Recipes From a Pantry shows us here with her okra sausage sandwich with Sierra Leone flavours.
- They can be enjoyed hot or cold, serve this up for dinner or let it cool and take it off to a picnic. It’s Mama Cook’s sausage plait for the whole family.
- Want another great idea to take on a picnic? Then how about Mrs Bishop Bake’s fantastic looking sausage and fennel frittata.
- Not all sausages are unhealthy either as The Kitchen Shed shows us with this clean eating sausage jambalaya.
- There really is no end to the recipes you can make using sausage how about this sausage and courgette risotto from Ren Behan as a nice starter? The perfect start to a three course sausage fest?
- Every country has their own sausage so it’s not surprising to find versions of most dishes with a sausage twist. Jenn Cuisine shows us how to get our favourite into pasta with her squash and sausage baked rolled lasagne.
- This recipe has three of my favourite ingredients sausage, sauerkraut and beer! This will taste great on a cold winters night. It’s Lavender and Lovage’s Polish sausage and sauerkraut casserole with beer.
- It seems that you really can transport your sausage to anywhere on the world. This is a brilliant bit of fusion food bringing two classics together. London Unattached offer us this from her student days. Sweet and sour sausage casserole.
And we thought we’d finish with finish with two British classics.
- Firstly the original and still one of my favourite dishes guaranteed to put a smile on my face. Sausage and mash with proper gravy. The Greedy Gourmet’s take is delicious, well worth taking the time over getting the gravy right.
- Another classic, toad in the hole, but this one comes with a little twist, more pork! The Reluctant House Dad manages to get even more pig in this dish and come on who doesn’t like a pig in a blanket?