Juicy, tangy and sweet - winner. Sausages were very juicy from the roasting, better than frying. We used thick pork sausages, no Cumberland at our butcher! The boys of the house turned their noses up at the onion but I thought it was divine. Served with salad for a lovely quick dinner.
We thought this was a very nice combination of flavors. Loved the honey over the sausages. I didn't have the demerara sugar so used a little brown sugar and that worked well for us. Thanks for sharing Noo. Made for PRMR :)
We really enjoyed these. The type of sausages you use will really make a difference- go for big flavour! I added a little more sugar with the onions- I like them sweet! Such a simple recipe and yet so yummy! Thanks again for yet another great Noo recipe!! Made for 123 Hit Wonders.
WOW! :) Totally delicious and so little preparation. This recipe is so worth the forward planning ahead for those nights when you know you are going to be arriving home tired, and would also be very easy to cook for an informal meal for a crowd. I used beef sausages and shall be trying this with other sausages on future occasions. Just l-o-v-e-d the honey drizzled over the sausages: such a simple concept for such brilliantly yummy results. And the caramelised onions - to which I just couldn't resist adding some minced garlic - were the perfect accompaniment. These would be great served in baguettes but, on this occasion, we enjoyed these with ~Rita~'s Garlic Mashed Potatoes With Mushrooms and Arugula (Rocket). Thanks for sharing yet another super recipe, Noo! made for Newest Zaar Tag.