Sausage and onion loaf

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  1. zi-ann

    zi-ann Full Member

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    I am going to make this tomorow night for tea, and thought i would share the recipe from the Seriously satisfying cookbook :D

    Serves 4
    5 pp per serving

    450g pack of ww premium sausages
    110g (4oz) fresh breadcrumbs
    1 onion sliced very thinly
    1 large carrot, peeled and grated
    2 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley
    8 fresh sage leaves, chopped
    low fat cooking spray
    freshly ground black pepper

    You will need a 900g (2lb) loaf tin

    Preheat the oven to Gas mark 6/200c/fan oven 180c

    Squeeze the sausage meat from thier skins into a large bowl.
    Mix in the breadcrumbs, veggies and herbs (its easiest to do this with your hands) .. season with black pepper

    Spray the loaf tine with the cooking spray and then press the mixture into the tin
    Bake for 20-25 mins untill begining to brown on the top.
    Serve in slices

    Serve with a salad of Little Gem Lettuce, cherry tomatoes, cucumber and apple slices.
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  3. Ukgal

    Ukgal Full Member

    Ooh thanks! Anymore? Pies? Used to love a steak pie! :)

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  4. Whiteybitey

    Whiteybitey Full Member

    Not to sound stupid but if I make my own breadcrumbs how many slices of bread would I roughly need to make the required amount?

    Sounds yummy, marks n spencers do a lovely meatloaf with a tomato sauce, bet you could make a nice sauce to serve with this and some butternut squash chips!! Mmmmmmmm!! :)
  5. Lovingbeingslimmer

    Lovingbeingslimmer Full Member

    Hmm what a nice change to serve with apple slices I'm defo going to try this thanks for posting it!
  6. laurah3040

    laurah3040 Full Member

    omg i want to try that
  7. bolero982

    bolero982 Silver Member

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    Thanks for the recipe. :) I made this over the bank holiday weekend last week, and it was gorgeous.
    Need to be sure to chop the sage finely though. I didn't, and there was quite a strong burst of flavour in a few slices. Not unpleasant, but a bit over-powering at times. That's me rushing the cooking for you. :p
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