These Tasty Sausage Recipes are a great collection of recipes linked up to Cook Blog Share. There are some traditional recipes featured as well as some new takes on how to celebrate sausages.
WHAT IS #COOKBLOGSHARE?
CookBlogShare is a community for food bloggers to share recipes and foodie posts and generally support the food blogging community. The community is centred around the #CookBlogShare linky.
It is a wonderful way for a wide range of food writers, recipe creators and bloggers to come together and share each other’s recipes.
Each week the host chooses a selection of recipes which have been submitted during the previous week to showcase. This week I’ve gone for a sausage fest and chose to feature Tasty Sausage Recipes. (Sorry, I couldn’t help myself…)
Who doesn’t love a good sausage?!
Sausages are such a versatile and delicious addition to so many different recipes.
They are an ingredient that everyone can enjoy because although they are traditionally pork, you can find chicken, beef or vegetarian/vegan sausages. So no one needs to miss out on the joy of sausages.
Although sausages can be served as they are for a delicious meal, with a bit more effort they can be turned into something even more special.
Craving home cooked food
We are currently half way through renovating our kitchen. I have a very basic ‘kitchen’ set up in my dining room which consists of my microwave and Ninja Foodi.
I tried to fill my freezer with as many meals as I could including my Spicy Korean Pork Stew, Slow Cooker Fiesta Chicken and Vegetable & Red Lentil Curry. But I am definitely missing cooking and having my own kitchen!
Our new kitchen is installed, but we are waiting for the quartz to be templated and fitted. It has always been a dream of mine to design my own kitchen and I am not within touching distance of that and I can’t wait!
Easy Sausage Meat Stuffing
I couldn’t talk about sausages without mentioning my sausage meat stuffing recipe. An essential addition to any roast dinner in my opinion. And it is never too early to start planning for Christmas.
This stuffing is super easy and will take your Sunday roasts up a notch.
Honey & MUstard Cocktail Sausages
Another of my favourite sausage recipes are these sticky and delicious cocktail sausages. Perfect at anytime of year but one definitely keep in mind for the festive season!
My only advice is to at least double the recipe because these tasty little sausages will not last long!
Tasty Sausage Recipes
Without further ado, onto the tasty sausage recipes which I’m sure will tempt you as much as they are tempting me!
Which recipe do you want to try first?
Crisp buttery pastry and juicy pork sausage meat combine to make a British classic which are great on a buffet, at a picnic, in a lunchbox or just as a tasty snack.
If you can pass up the offer of a sausage roll you are a better person than I am!
Quick, simple and virtually foolproof, this Toad In The Hole is perfect for busy midweek evenings or even as an alternative to your usual Sunday roast!
I don’t think you can go wrong with sausages and delicious Yorkshire pudding. I’ll take mine with lots of gravy please!
Sausage Sandwiches with roast peppers and onions. The hot sandwich filling is all cooked on one tray for an easy and delicious meal that everyone will enjoy.
These would be great at any time of year but especially perfect for Bonfire Night.
A cross between a sausage roll and a pie, this Giant Sausage Dinner Roll uses homemade gluten free suet pastry and is packed with sausage meat and vegetables.
The perfect comfort food for the colder months.
HOW TO TAKE PART IN THIS WEEK’S #COOKBLOGSHARE
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I have linked up my Crumble Topped Mince Pies – it’s never too early to get in the festive mood!
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Next week, Chloe at Feast Glorious Feast will be hosting.
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THIS WEEK’S #COOKBLOGSHARE LINKY
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