Balsamic roasted sausages with red veg

Balsamic roasted sausages with red veg

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Cooking time

Prep: 5 mins Cook: 35 mins

Skill level

Easy

Servings

Serves 4

Make this dish a meal in a pan by stirring through some chickpeas or butter beans for the final five minutes

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition info

Nutrition per serving

kcalories
412
protein
18g
carbs
25g
fat
28g
saturates
8g
fibre
3g
sugar
18g
salt
1.48g
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Ingredients

  • 3 red onions, cut into wedges
  • 3 red peppers, deseeded and cut into quarters
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 2 tbsp balsamic vinegar
  • 8 sausages
  • 250g cherry tomatoes
  • few thyme sprigs (optional)
  • 1 tbsp clear honey

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Method

  1. Heat oven to 200C/180C fan/gas 6. Put the onions and peppers in a roasting tin, drizzle over the oil and vinegar and season well. Roast for 10 mins.
  2. Nestle the sausages, tomatoes and thyme, if using, in and around the veg, drizzle over the honey and cook for 25 mins more or so, turning the sausages halfway, until the sausages are cooked and everything is golden and sticky. Serve with mustard mash or crusty bread.

Recipe from Good Food magazine, August 2010

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lizleicester's picture
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Such an easy way to make a delicious meal from just a few ingredients. We ate ours in the garden with new potato salad and it worked just as well as the "winter warmer" version with heaps of steaming mash. Always a good one!

mummalumma's picture

I made this with chicken sausages (the chipolata style ones) - really delicious, easy to make and all on one roasting tin! I served mine with homemade soda bread to soak up the juices. Lovely!

w1lmington's picture

A really yummy and tasty dish, surprisingly so. I did fry off the sausages before I put them in with all the other ingredients, so that they looked a bit more roasted, also, the 1st time I cooked this dish I omitted the tomatoes and I do think it tastes all the more richer for not adding them. Served this with waitrose ready made garlic mash and garlic wilted spinach. A keeper :)

aga319's picture

This recipe was delicious. I, like most other commenters have said, cooked the sausages for 40 minutes instead of 20 and they were perfect. The honey and balsamic really add flavour to a classic English dish. Me and my family really enjoyed it, so please try this recipe. It's so easy!

lurvlyloz's picture
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Yummy served with mash. Was very nice & easy

giddygate's picture

very easy recipe though I left the sausages in for 40 minutes so they browned and looked more appetising. served with a mash of parsnips,sweet potato and potato-very nice!

pennyclark's picture
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Absolutely delish. Will become a regular :)

Lizzles's picture

I loved this recipe. So quick and easy to throw in the oven. I added some new Potatoes and Butternut squash that I par boiled first which made it a lovely meal. Also a clove of garlic adds a bit of depth.

linda_firth's picture
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Versatile and easy recipe, but more than that it tastes yummy and deserves its 5 star rating. Have enjoyed reading all the comments for additions and ideas. My own contribution would be to add little Chantenay carrots.
I too had to cook for longer - and I'd halved my sausages. The dish cooked well in 35 - 40 mins, turning everything midway.
This dish will certainly enter the family repertoire - we love oven roasted veggies of this kind - and we look forward to eating it again. I'll add too that I sometimes have to cook for a
Coeliac , a veggie, and regular meat eaters at the same table, and with two trays to vary the sausages this won't be difficult. .

aussiejen's picture

A great easy dish for a crowd. Have cooked this recipe (as written) twice for around 25 people - all said it was delicious. Don't skimp and use cheap sausages - it's not worth it. The mustard mash was a nice accompaniment and the fresh thyme aroma travelled through the conference centre whetting people's appetites. Cook for at least 40 mins.

rachelmiddleton's picture

Delicious - the balsamic made it a bit different! Quick, easy and tasty supper - I added mushrooms as I had some I needed to use and the butter bean addition was a really good one! Great one-pot I'll definitely be repeating.

hanszinderfaan's picture

Tasty! I deliberately left out the thyme sprigs as I used chilli flavoured sausages. It was the first time I have tried this recipe, so easy, I also served it with a jacket potato and it went down well. Might well use mash next time though.
Added on 29/10/2013. We have since substituted lamb chops for the sausages and omitted the honey and thyme. Cool! Today the other half made this dish, using our local butchers chilli sausages and added mushrooms and topped the mustard mash with a fried egg. Seemed right somehow. Is there no end to this very versatile dish?

Strawberrysquash0's picture

This is a really easy recipe and very tasty. I added various other veggies including mushrooms, beans and green peppers (basically the contents of the fridge). The sausages took much longer to cook than stated so I finished them off under the grill. I'll definitely be cooking this again. Thank you :-)

steevegh's picture
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yummyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

marmaladerachel's picture
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Fab! Use good sausages and cook for longer to really caramelise veg and brown sausages.

marmaladerachel's picture
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We loved this recipe!!! Easy and just yummy served with crusty bread.

annando's picture
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I cooked this for about 10 minutes longer than the recipe as I wasn't convinced that the sausages were cooked. I also added some sweet potatoe chunks to bulk out the recipe and served it with crusty bread. Fabulous tasting and would definitely cook again!!

sparrowfield's picture
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Great recipe. I added mushrooms as I had some, but next time will try the chickpeas and butter beans. Took a little longer than the recipe suggested for the onions to cook through. Served with the mustard mash, and peas and it went down a treat.

dottytay1's picture
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My sister and I love this recipe and have made it on numerous occasions - every thinks it's fab !!!

elle-london's picture

I did this and also added in Pink Lady apples and a few fennel seeds. It made it taste completely different and yet still a cheap dish.

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