Sam's toad in the hole

Sam's toad-in-the-hole

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(50 ratings)

Prep: 15 mins Cook: 45 mins

Easy

Serves 4

Get junior in the kitchen to help make 7-year-old Sam's super sausage recipe

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition: per serving

  • kcal472
  • fat29g
  • saturates9g
  • carbs37g
  • sugars5g
  • fibre2g
  • protein19g
  • salt2.34g
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Ingredients

  • 12 chipolatas
  • 1 tbsp sunflower oil
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For the batter

  • 140g plain flour
  • ½ tsp salt
  • 2 eggs
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  • 175ml semi-skimmed milk

Method

  1. Heat oven to 220C/200C fan/gas 7. Put the sausages in a 20 x 30cm roasting tin with the oil, then bake for 15 mins until browned.

  2. Meanwhile, make up the batter mix. Tip the flour into a bowl with the salt, make a well in the middle and crack both eggs into it. Use an electric whisk to mix it together, then slowly add the milk, whisking all the time. Leave to stand until the sausages are nice and brown.

  3. Carefully remove the sausages from the oven – watch because the fat will be sizzling hot – but if it isn’t, put the tin on the hob for a few mins until it is. Pour in the batter mix, transfer to the top shelf of the oven, then cook for 25-30 mins, until risen and golden. Serve with gravy and Sam’s favourite veg – broccoli.

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NotDanDan
3rd May, 2017
5.05
I'm English but have never been the biggest fan of "traditional" English cooking. That said, now and again I find myself having to scratch a nostalgic itch, and this recipe definitely does that. It's easy as anything and dead simple, and I think that's actually quite important- There are a number of recipes out there aspire to be some sort of "posh" version of toad in the hole. Why kid yourself? What it all comes down to is just another form of battered sausage in gravy, and this recipe is a foolproof method of delivery.
edasilva
11th Feb, 2017
3.8
Very simple and delicious. I preferred to fry sausages first, heat oil in the baking dish, add fried sausages and batter mix. That way is much lighter, rises very well. Also if you add a tea spoon of dry mustard and fresh thyme to your batter mix it makes it that much more interesting.
emmabin
12th Jan, 2017
5.05
Great recipe! Always a winner. I usually get some big sausages from the local butchers and they slice them in half for me to make the chipolatas. Great with roasts and broccoli.
thedidsburychef
11th Jan, 2017
Doesn't rise very well.
NotDanDan
3rd May, 2017
5.05
Mine did!
Rosiesta
6th Dec, 2016
3.8
Really enjoyed this recipe; mine didn't rise particularly well but i'm new to cooking and using a new oven, so not a bad result! I used packet gravy but caramelize some shallots to add a bit extra. Very nice.
Smarsh88
28th Oct, 2016
5.05
First time I've ever attempted toad in the hole. In fact this is the first time I've cooked a real meal from scratch and recipe was spot on! Thank you so much. Got a lot of kudos in my house :)
gajowood
27th Oct, 2016
5.05
I've tried so many recipes (including from the Guardian 'Perfect...' series). It does what you want. You can still play with it, add herbs, merguez, but time the cooking and you get a true 'toad' batter.
Ryan Christophe...
18th Oct, 2016
Easy Peasy recipe. I used four egg yolks for a richer batter though!
josie_atkinson
13th Oct, 2016
5.05
Great dish. Very easy and turned out great.

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Bethany3113
2nd Sep, 2016
Do you use frozen or fresh sausages?
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goodfoodteam
8th Sep, 2016
Hi Bethany,Thanks for your question. If you have frozen sausages you can use them in this recipe, simply defrost thoroughly and then use them as per instructions. Hope that helps.
charis_hatton
18th May, 2016
Can I make the batter ahead of time and then leave it in the fridge until I need it? Thanks
edasilva
11th Feb, 2017
3.8
yes you can, just take it well in advance from the fridge, bring to room temperature and remix. Enjoy!
peterpi
15th Jan, 2017
I used 1/2 tsp of baking powder and added some dried sage to the batter mix.