Roast Sausages and Veg – Easy Dinner

January 28, 2014Sew White

Roast Sausages and Veg is a simple yet delicious meal. It’s so easy to make too. You pop everything in a pan and cook. It’s that simple!

The Roast Sausages and Vegetable bake is one of my favourite dinners as it tastes good and is so easy! Plus only 1 pan to wash up. Is it bad I think and often chose to what to make based on how much washing up I would have to do? I can’t be the only one. A one pot dinner does always sound perfect on a week day when you don’t have time or energy to get really creative after a long day.

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This dinner can easily be increased for when friends and family show up but also work well for small portions. This really is a no fuss dinner.

For large sausages I use 2 per person for smaller sausages and chipolatas I used 3 or 4 per person.

What I love about Roast Sausages and Veg

The thing about this dinner, which is why I love it, is that if you have any other veg which need using up add it to the tin and enjoy. Little tomatoes, olives, aubergine, green beans (add near the end of the cooking time), beetroot are other veg I’ve put in. A proper use up everything left in the fridge type meal in the making.

Serve with a salad or by itself. It works perfectly for large family meals and for group food too! It’s also a favourite of mine on game nights when I have a lot of people to feed but I can prep it before hand so I don’t miss out any time with my guests.

Roast Sausages and Veg

Sisley White
Prep Time 15 mins
Cook Time 1 hr
Total Time 1 hr 15 mins
Servings 4 people
Calories 550 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 8 sausages of your choice
  • 2 medium sweet potatoes
  • 1 butternut squash
  • 3 red onions
  • 500ml of apple juice to make a gravy/juice (I’ve also used orange juice before and it tasted great)
  • 3 celery sticks
  • sprinkling of oregano
  • sprinkle of thyme
  • salt and pepper
  • glug of olive oil enough to lightly cover most of the veg and sausages

Instructions
 

  • Chop up all the veg into good size chunks. Don’t make them too large otherwise they take a lot longer to cook. Add the veg and sausages to the pan with the oil and apple juice and move it all around to coat it.
  • Add the herbs, salt and pepper to taste and mix it in. I like a lot of oregano and thyme in mine mostly as I love the smell but it gives a great taste too.
  • I cook the roast sausages and vegetable bake on a low heat roughly 150 degrees for about an hour until the sausages are cooked. As it bakes take the tray out and give it a stir and move the sausages around to cook evenly.
  • If the dinner is drying out a bit you can add more juice.

Nutrition

Calories: 550kcal

Please note that the nutrition information provided above is approximate and meant as a guideline only.

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