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Oven Baked Sausages and Tomatoes

I bought some lovely Pork Sausages, Cherry Tomatoes and a HUGE bunch of Basil at Tavistock Farmers Market on Saturday and I came up with this concoction! The photo was taken before the dish was finished hence sausages are not as brown as they should be. I served this with some Penne drizzled with garlic oil and crusty bread to mop up the juices.

Ingredients: Serves 3 hungry people
6 Pork Sausages
250 Cherry Tomatoes - halved
1 red onion - quartered
3 Garlic cloves -sliced
1/2 apple - sliced
Basil
2 TBSP Balsamic vinegar
1 TBSP Honey

Method:
Step 1: Roast sausages, garlic and onion in oven (200c) for 15 mins
Step 2: Add cherry tomatoes, apple, balsamic and honey - cook for further 10 minutes
Step 3: Add Basil and return to oven for 10 mins
Step 4: Serve with whatever you fancy! - I drizzled the roasting juices onto the Penne.

Comments

  1. That looks gorgeous. Sausage is my favorite fast dinner.

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  2. This looks like something we would really like! So easy too and it could be served in any season.

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  3. Yummy! You have to love those farmers markets!

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  4. yum does that sound good...hmmmI have fresh cherry tomatoes & basil in the garden now to get Matt to grind up a batch of pork sausage....

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  5. That sounds like seriously yummy comfort food.

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  6. That looks super good, Beth. I do so miss British bangers. I'm not surprised it cured your daughter's
    faddiness.

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  7. Dear Beth
    Thank you for passing by my blog and leaving such a gracious comment. Your oven baked sausages and tomatoes looks great and this weekend i am going to buy chilli sausages from the supermarket and try it your way..thank you .

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  8. Sounds like my sort of one pot heaven. :)

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  9. Oooh that looks lovely and so easy!
    Just wanted to say hi as you left a comment on my blog - which has led me to yours.
    A great blog it is too by the way!

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  10. Oh dear, that looks completely fabulous. I just love sausage it is my favorite!

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  11. Yum, I love to have sausage for dinner, especially the way you've prepared it!

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  12. Oh YUM. Sausages + tomatoes + basil = Heaven!

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  13. Look at those bangers! Wow, they look delicious. Especially with the penne. Yum.

    How old is your daughter? Tell her that Emiline wants her to eat her dinner.

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  14. These look great - I've been thinking about baking sausages with some veg for a while but the heat has prevented me from going anywhere near my oven!

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  15. Yum! That looks great, Beth. I did a smiliar dish recently, but added wedges of butternut squash to the tin. Nice, easy one-pot.

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  16. this dinner just looks delicious!

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  17. It was certainly interesting for me to read the article. Thanx for it. I like such themes and anything connected to them. I would like to read more soon.

    Anete Kuree

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