Recipe by French Tart
Another BRILLIANT idea from Nigel Slater and his new programme, "Simple Suppers". I love the idea of this, and can see all sorts of possibilities for what to "raid" from the fridge at the end of the week. I like his suggestions for bacon and bangers, and especially when served with crisp, green cabbage. An excellent, hearty supper dish and one that would be great for the children too - the greens being "hidden" amongst all the spuds, bacon and sausages etc! (By Nigel Slater. From Nigel Slater's Simple Suppers.)
Top Review by happynana
Nice Hearty Meal. My husband licked his plate clean. Made as directed except I did not boil the cabbage beforehand, just added to the pan. Best thing is only one pan to clean. Made for Ausie Swap #34.
- 1 -2 tablespoon olive oil
- 6 bacon, rashers
- 4 sausages, cooked
- 1 large onions or 1 large a couple of large spring onion
- 4 small potatoes (or 2 large ones)
- 1 handful of any bright greens, such as cabbage
- 1 large handful fresh parsley, chopped
Directions See How It's Made
- Heat some olive oil in a non-stick pan. Roughly chop the bacon, sausages and onion and add to the oil.
- Add the potatoes unpeeled, if you like, so that the skins go crisp. Keep on a low heat. Don't stir too much so that the juices have a chance to caramelise a little.
- Roughly chop the greens and gently boil them in a separate pan - just a couple of minutes usually. Drain the greens and add to the pan fry.
- Top with chopped parsley. Gently stir all the ingredients together and increase the heat until the meat is a little crisp.
- Serve straightaway.