Another recipe from my new Dairy Diary cook book called 'Fantastic Food for less' so unfortunately you wont find the whole recipe here, however in most of my blog entries I do include all the ingredients and method. The book itself is a good investment as its full of good family food ideas.
Todays recipe got my attention because it ticks the 'what else can I do with sausages' box. But it did come with a concern, in that none of the rest of my family will eat baked beans.
In addition, find Baked beans too acidic so much more than a tablespoon or two will make me feel sick for hours, so when I do use them in cooking it tends to be because they are the cheapest way to buy harricot Beans, and I tend to wash the sauce off....and make my own.
Essentially this is a bean, tomato and onion stew in which you cook the sausages in the oven (having browned them first!)
The finished topping of breadcrumbs makes this more like a cassolet, but I am not sure the dish is better for it. If you are watching your weight then leave the breadcrumb topping off.
The dish also is improved, well I think so, if you add a slug of worcestershire sauce, and a chilli, but it is a fab family meal and it results in smiling faces and clean plates.