Sausage and Mash
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Sausage and Mash

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Serves 2

A brilliant family dish thats perfect for everyone!

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  • For the Sausages:
  • 4X Sausages
  • Olive Oil
  • For the Mash:
  • 4X Large Poatoes
  • 1 tsp Milk
  • 1 tsp Margarine
  • Seasoning
  • For the Gravy:
  • 1X Onion
  • Gravy Granules


    1. Equipment: Measuring spoon, Saucepan, Masher, Dish, Chopping board, Sharp knife, Colander, Peeler, Big spoon, and a Ladel
    2. For the sausages: Heat the oil in dish. After the oil has been heated, add the sausages to the dish and put in the oven that is heated to 160*C. Cook the sausages for 40 mins. After 20 mins, turn over sausages.
    3. For the Potatoes: Start to peel the potatoes until no skin remains. Chop the potatoes into chunks. Boil the potatoes in half a pan of water for 20 - 25 mins. Drain potatoes using the colander. Put the potatoes back in the pan and mash. Add in the butter and milk. Season with salt and pepper.
    4. For the Gravy: Peel and chop the onions. Fry onions until soft. Whilst onions are frying, mix gravy granules with boiling water. Then add gravy to the onions.
    5. For Presentation of dish: Add the sausages onto a plate. Next to the sausages, add a big spoonful of mash. With the ladel, pick up the gravy and pour over the sausgaes and mash.
    6. And then... TA-DA! You have made a brilliant Sausage and Mash with Onion Gravy!

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Anders Vlogs's picture
Anders Vlogs
9th Oct, 2019
This mash potato was so good I shoved it up my bum
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