Perfect has 7 letters and so does foooood
Looking through the cupboards and checking the used by date of the food. I realised I had plenty of flour that needed using.
I didn’t want to make a cake, that is to simple plus that all I’ve eaten lately is cake, so that was a no no for today. But I knew I needed to start getting dinner ready for when Danny gets home. So I decided to make an old favourite Toad in the Hole. This recipe is so simple to make and you only need 5 things to start creating your meal.
I have based this recipe on a portion of 4. Bonus as we have some for dinner and take the rest for lunch.
First you will need:
• mixing bowl
• electric whisk (any will do if you don’t have electric)
• 1 tablespoon olive oil (we use fry light spray- works just as well)
• 12-14 sausages
• 140 grams of plain flour
• 2 eggs
• 175ml of semi skimmed milk
Now the important part- how to cook
Preheat your oven to 180 degrees. Place your sausages into your desired dish and put in the oven for 20 minutes or until golden brown.
Whilst your sausages are cooking you will need to add your flour to a mixing bowl, to start creating your batter. Add in 2 eggs and whisk together. Gradually add your milk into the mixture, continuing to mix well.
Once you have created a batter like texture, leave to the side until your sausages have cooked.
Once your sausages are nice and golden brown remove them from the oven allowing to cool. Once they are cool enough to touch, add you batter mixture all over and return to the oven.
Cook for a further 30 minutes. Then serve with some mash and vegetables, and tuck in.
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