I have been making a few one dish meals lately and I have really loved the simplicity of these meals. There is less washing up and there are no time consuming steps, just place into the dish and bake, dinner is done.
Sausages can sometimes be quite boring, but when you bake them they become more of a meal. These sausages were leftover from a previous day where we cooked them on a gas stove on the beach while fishing and ate sausage sandwiches. For dinner I decided to bake them with some hardy vegetables and salami that I had to be eaten. The end result was a family pleasing meal that I would happily make again when I have a packet of sausages that need eating.
8 Sausages of choice
3 Potatoes, sliced finely
1 Onion, sliced finely
1 Carrot, sliced finely
100gm Salami, sliced
Dried Rosemary and Oregano
Salt and pepper
3/4 Cup Water
LETS PUT IT ALL TOGETHER
1. In a baking dish place a layer of sliced potato followed by a layer of carrot, onion and salami. Sprinkle with rosemary, oregano, salt and pepper then add four sausages. Repeat for one more layer. Top with fresh parsley and any remaining ingredients. Add 3/4 Cup water and place into a preheated 160 degree celcius oven and bake uncovered for 20 minutes.
2. With a lid or aluminium foil cover the dish and bake for another 30-40 minutes or until the vegetables have softened. Finally remove the lid, turn the oven up and bake for an additional 10 minutes to give the potatoes some colour.
Enjoy with garlic bread or a leafy salad.
This looks terrific! I do something similar, but in a skillet instead of baking it in the oven.
Yum I love the addition of the salami. How yummy. Dinners like this that you can just pop in the oven are the best. Thank you again for another simple dinner idea! xx
Were the sausages precooked i n this recipe – they don’t look like they were from photos but introduction says that they were leftover from bbq. might try this tonight with pastrami instead of salami as that’s all I have at home
Yes they were raw.
Trying tonight will let you know after dinner how I go.
Dinner meals changed but am defiantly cooking tonight.
I finally made it, very quick and easy plus very tasty. Changed the Carrot for sweet Potato as family members don’t like cooked carrot. Was able to give the fussy 2 little eaters the sausages and a salad while the rest of the family served themselves from the backing dish. Thanks for this one will make again when I have a busy day with little time to cook. Loved being able to put in the oven and come back and dinner was ready. Also doubled the ingredients.