One Pan Balsamic Sausage and Peppers


One Pan Balsamic Sausage and Peppers (2)

I am part of a facebook group, Food Bloggers Central, where food bloggers come together to share ideas and tips. It’s masterminded by Nagi Maehashi from Recipe Tin Eats, a fab blog which not ony shares great recipes but also aims to help out other food bloggers too.

Anway, Nagi came up with the wonderful idea of a Blog Hop – where bloggers cook a recipe from another blogger’s site. Kevin from Kevin Is Cooking got me, and has already tried out my Swedish meatballs – head over to his site for a look.

I got Mila from Girl and the Kitchen. She is a wonderful chef, who shares beautifully cooked meals with instructions so descriptive and straightforward that anyone, seriously anyone, could make them no matter what their skill level.

It was a difficult decision choosing what to make, because there are so many tasty looking dishes on her blog. I chose one in the end which is true to my own blog – simple, and perfect for making at the end of a busy day. So, I went for her One Pan Balsamic Sausage and Peppers.

I didn’t deviate much from Mila’s recipe at all. The only changes I made were:

1. Here it is hard to find turkey sausage and so I went for a really good quality pork sausage. These worked well, and my number one hint for the dish would be to buy the best sausages you can afford – it will be worth it!

2. I roasted my sausages in the oven rather than cooking them on the hob first. This was simply because I wasn’t in much of a hurry and had the luxury of time to do so.

I’d implore you to try this one out – it is a rustic, comforting weeknight meal. This will serve 3-4 and will take no more than an hour to make.

One Pan Balsamic Sausage and Peppers (1)

One Pan Balsamic Sausage and Peppers

6 good quality pork sausages

2 tbsps olive oil

3 red peppers

2 onions

8 garlic cloves

1 small handful basil leaves

100ml balsamic vinegar

100ml water

1. Preheat your oven to 200 degrees.

2. Prick your sausages with a fork and place in a high-edged roasting dish. Drizzle with the olive oil, and roast in the oven for about 15 minutes, until starting to brown.

3. Chop your onions and peppers into bitesize pieces, and peel your garlic cloves (leave them whole). Add these to the dish along with the basil leaves, balsamic vinegar, water and a little salt and pepper. Shake the pan to distribute evenly, then cover with tin foil and put back in the oven for another 20 minutes.

4. At this point, check your sausages are cooked. If they’re not, put back in the oven for a few more minutes. If they are, dish it out and serve with a hunk of crusty bread. Yum!

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8 thoughts on “One Pan Balsamic Sausage and Peppers

  1. V March 29, 2015 / 5:05 pm

    now THIS i absolutely have to try!! such a sucker for sausage. pinning this.

    V

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  2. Mila Furman March 29, 2015 / 5:35 pm

    Thank you!!! This looks wonderful! And I’m glad you roasted them! When I have time that’s what I like to do 🙂 and I love that you added to use the best quality meat!!!! Thanks again for the beautiful compliments!

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    • harrietyoung38 March 29, 2015 / 5:53 pm

      No problem, it was delicious and I will definitely be trying out more things from your blog 🙂

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  3. louellaberryman March 29, 2015 / 8:22 pm

    This looks lovely, thanks for mentioning the facebook group I’ve been needing to find a group of food bloggers to try and connect with! I’m veggie but I think I’ll try this with veg sausages because I really like the idea of using balsamic!

    https://beankitchenblog.wordpress.com/

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