Sausages recipes including classics like toad in the hole, sausage casserole and easy sausage pasta.
Discover new sausage recipes like this giant sausage roll, or make classics like toad in the hole, sausage casserole and easy sausage pasta.
This jumbo sausage roll with a Mexican twist is spiced with chilli, coriander and kidney beans to make filling slices that are perfect as party food or in your lunchbox.
This toad in the hole recipe is good old fashioned comfort food. Get the fat really hot to cook your Yorkshire pudding and sausages, as this will give your sausages a golden colour and turn your Yorkshire pudding batter into a pillowy base.
Thin cured Polish kabanos sausages don’thave to be cooked, making this couscous with sausages recipe a family meal that can be on the table in minutes.
Chicken and prawn paella features chorizo, which is fried off first to release its oil to add colour and flavour.
Pork sausages are grilled and served with smooth sweet potato mash and red onion gravy in a dinner that’s ready in just 20 minutes.
Use your favourite sausages in this slowly simmered rich stew. Cooking everything together with the sausages infuses the beans and gravy with a rich, meaty taste, ideal for spooning over creamed mashed potatoes or served with crusty bread.
Full English pizza has all the ingredients of a proper fry up, including sausage chunks. This classic with a twist is ready in just 20 minutes.
Squash and onion toad in the hole has seasoned sausages with their salty edge to balance the sweet squash and red onion. The whole family will love it. Plus, all the ingredients come in at just £3.28.
Sausage pasta is made with this simple Italian recipe that uses chopped sausages for a quick and tasty pasta recipe.
Sausage and bean soup is made with smoked sausage in this warming recipe with a wonderful fragrance. This type of sausage holds its shape well, making it perfect for soup and is also highly seasoned, meaning you shouldn’t need to add too much extra salt.
Sweet pottao and chorizo hash is so quick and easy to make that it’s ready in just 15 minutes and is packed with delicious sweet, smoky and spicy flavours. Topped with fried eggs, this could be eaten for breakfast, lunch or dinner…
Lear how to make your own sausages in this Italian pasta bake recipe, which results in a sausage that is flavoured with aromatic garlic, fragrant fennel and a touch of mild sweet paprika. Everyone will be impressed.
Sausage and mask bake is a take on a sausage pie, flavoured with thyme and parsely. There are even some peas hidden in the mixture to get kids to eat their veg without realising it.
Sausage fried rice makes a meal out of traditional egg fried rice with Pepperami-style sausages for a smoky flavour, as well as storecupboard ingredients.
A packet of sausages, pasta, some tinned tomatoes and a handful of herbs and spices is all it takes to make this one-pot wonder. Use a combination of beef and pork if you’re looking for a really authentic flavour.
Chunky pork sausages are perfect in this breakfast recipe. Fried up with chilli, smoked paprika, cumin, onions and tomatoes, this mixture is delicious on top of potato pancakes.
Tender and juicy sausage meat combined with soft pasta and crunchy broccoli makes a deliciously varied mouthful each time. Using beef sausages with a high meat content means you get a quick dinner that doesn’t compromise on flavour.
Get the recipe: Sausage with fine stem broccoli and pasta ribbons
Achieve that authentic Italian flavour in your pasta dish by using herby sausages in this dish. Look out for packs that contain thyme, parsley or rosemary for a big hit of flavour that works well with the tomato and onion base.
Want a meat-free sausage recipe? Quorn sausages with lentils hold their shape better than meat so they work well in this dish.
Make real sausage hot dogs in this posh version that are perfect for little hands if you’ve got kids to feed. With just a few ingredients and a couple of simple steps, this recipe even shows you how to make your own hummus for the hotdogs.
Chorizo brings its punchy flavour to wilted spinach in this starter or light dinner recipe that can be mopped up with crustry bread.
Get the recipe: Chorizo and spinach
Sausages, mushroom and beans are slow-cooked like in this winter stew. Use Toulouse sausages for the best result, as their herb-filled meat will flavour the whole dish so there’s no need to add extra seasoning.
Get the recipe: Sausage, mushroom and bean stew
Sasauge cobbler uses a mixture of pork chunks and rich sausage meat in this dish, which gives the gravy a rich flavour and adds texture. A cobbler topping means you get a filling family favourite by using just a few store-cupboard basics.
Chorizo and bean salad is packed with Mediterranean flavours and will bring a little piece of sunshine to your plate, no matter what the weather.
Get the recipe: Chorizo and bean salad
Healthier cooked breakfast recipe makes little patties out of the sausage meat to reduce the fat content from the skin. Including all your favourites like tomatoes, mushrooms and egg, this breakfast is a real treat.
Get the recipe: Skinnier cooked breakfast
Sausage stuffing is the very best kind of stuffing, as the fat content helps to baste your meat and keep it juicy during roasting. Made with zesty citrus rind, buttery chestnuts and fragrant sage, this sausage stuffing has winter flavours.
Chicken and chorizo pasta makes a quick dinner recipe that’s ready in just 20 minutes. Choose chunky pasta shapes that will catch all the sauce, made rich with the oil from the chorizo.
A bit like hot dogs, chilli dogs are sure to be a family favourite from the very first go. Good quality pork sausages are all you really need here as they will hold their shape well and their subtly seasoned flavour acts as the perfect background to the peppery tomato and red onion relish.
Smoked sausage and bean casserole is an easy one pot recipe, with a rich sauce (and less washing up!).
Get the recipe: Smoked sausage and bean casserole
Sticky sausges with a sweet chilli dip give plain sausages a sweet and spicy kick that makes perfect party food.
Get the recipe: Sticky sausages with sweet chilli dip
Learn how to make vegetarian sausages with this recipe using cannellini beans and smoky cheese with a crunchy golden breadcrumb coating.
Using sausage meat for the filling of a pork pie takes all the hard work of packing flavour into your pork meat. As they should already be perfectly seasoned, sausages make a great meaty centre in this classic British treat. Make sure you buy the best quality sausages you can afford to make these pies as tasty as possible.
This recipe has been taking from the Woman’s Weekly archive from 1912 and is just as delicious today for tea as it was then.
Chorizo and bean stew makes a one pot recipe with spicy chorizo sausage bringing the flavour of paprika and garlic. You only need a little bit of this colourful cured sausage to get a big flavour hit.
Homemade sausage rolls are the best kind of party food. The bigger the sausages, the more meat you’ll have in each bite. Follow our step-by-step picture recipe to make your own.
A really quick and rustic family meal, this rich sausage and tomato pasta will go down well with the whole family.
Made with bratwurst and chorizo, sausage and pepper kebabs taste like a European holiday. The shape of sausages make perfect pieces to thread onto skewers and offer an inexpensive alternative to chicken for barbecues.
Sausage and chickpea stew makes an inexpensive and hearty supper. Classic thick pork sausages work best as they hold their shape well if cut up in large chunks and add a subtle meaty flavour to the stock. Our favourite way to eat this is over creamy mashed potato or fluffy couscous.
Get the recipe: Sausage and chickpea stew
Sasuage and bean pot uses two types of sausages, chorizo and Lincolnshire, which make the gravy in this stew recipe even tastier. This one pot recipe is well worth the wait.
Sausages, mashed potatoes and thick gravy come together in this herby sausage bake. Cooking the sausages together with the gravy adds a big hit of flavour, giving you that rich flavour of a homemade sauce.
Use up leftover sausages and poatoes in this warm salad, perfect for a weekend lunch. Sweet pork and leek sausages contrast perfectly with the sharp honey mustard dressing in this dish.
Get the recipe: Fried potato and sausage salad
Pasta bake makes a safe bet for a family feast when you’re running low on energy. Spicy sausages give this one a real kick, and when combined with cheese and herbs it all becomes rather moreish…
This clever recipe shows how quick and easy it is to make your own sausages from chicken and bacon. With the addition of a few herbs and spices, some breadcrumbs and an egg these sausages are sure to be a real winner with the whole family. Bread mash is an old recipe which is perfect for using up that stale loaf and is much tastier than it might sound – promise!
Transform the humble spud with spicy chorizo. Combined with rich tomatoes, chilli powder, salty black olives and onion this is a real winning dish. Thanks to the chorizo, the sauce becomes smoky and spicy making it deliciousserved with a fresh big green salad or even just some crusty bread.
Toulouse sausages are packed with herbs and garlic, making them a delicious and powerful flavouring ingredient. Cooking them slowly in this fruity stew with chicken makes the most of this wonderfully continental flavour. Serve with buttered, steamed cabbage on an evening when you need comfort food.
Mini sausages work best here so that you can get them cooked all the way through in just about the same time that the bacon takes to crisp. They’re also just the right size to pop whole in to your mouth in one.
Brazil is famous for its meat and this recipe makes the most of that reputation with three different types including bacon, chorizo sausage and pork steak. Chorizo keeps its firm bite despite all the cooking, adding flavour and texture to the softened rice, cooked in chicken stock and white wine.
Throw sausages, potatoes, veg and garlic all into a pan along with a splash of balsamic vinegar to make this sweet and sticky family dinner. Sausages are perfect here as they can be cooked in half an hour, letting you feed a tableful of hungry tummies fast!
Marmalade with its sticky, bitter orange flavour is a delicious and easy marinade for summery sausages. Serve with a big green salad for a light meal or with mashed potato if you’re craving comfort food.
Get the recipe: Marmalade glazed sausages
Little pork sausages are the perfect colour and shape to make mock mummies, ideal for Halloween or children’s birthday parties. With just three ingredients, you’ll be able to whip these up in no time and delight the kids with fun finger food. You could even serve them as a dinner with spuds and veggies on the side.
Using cooked sausages in this frittata is a great way to use leftovers that you might have in the fridge after a weekend breakfast. With the peppery pork flavour, lightly beaten egg and earthy mushroom, this simple supper recipe is actually just as good for breakfast or lunch, hot or cold.
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