Sausage, apple, beer and mustard casserole
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Is there any other food that generates as much passion as the humble sausage?
Is there any other food that generates as much passion as the humble sausage? You could make a case for beer, wine, chocolate or cheese, but, in terms of polarised opinion and personal preference, it’s the sausage that is the king
6 of your favourite sausages
1 large onion
1 small bunch of sage
1 dsp of plain flour
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1 tsp Colman’s mustard powder
2 medium Bramley apples
250ml chicken stock
1 tsp vegetable oil
1 Heat the vegetable oil. Fry the sausage to colour.
2 Slice the onions.
3 Remove the sausages from the pan and place into a casserole dish.
4 Fry the onions in the pan. Soften the onions, don’t be afraid to colour them.
5 Chop the sage.
6 Add to the fried onions.
7 Add the flour and mustard powder. Stir in and cook for 3 minutes on the heat.
8 Peel, core and chop theapples.
9 Add the beer to the onion mix. Bring to the boil.
10 Add the stock and simmer for 5 minutes.
11 Add the chopped apple.
12 Pour the mixture over the sausages. Place in a preheated oven 180c/Gas 4 for 30 minutes.