We are trying very hard to make good use of the food that we bought before Christmas, so I am reluctant to go shopping. I know if there isn’t anything else to choose from I will make something from what we have. So today it is a smaller packet of sausages than I had thought, we have some potatoes left and some carrots.
Heat the oven to the highest temperature
I used a 28cm round tin, cut the sausages into bite sized pieces into the tin and pop in the oven.
Let the sausage cook for 10 minutes and add the batter, cook for 20-30 minutes at 220 c.
Cut into portions and serve with mash potato, carrots and onion gravy.
It looked good, tasted good was filling and the children enjoyed it too! There are reports in the news today claiming that we throw away £10bn worth of food each year, at a cost of £480 per average household. We need to make sure that we can make the most of the foods we buy to avoid such waste!
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