Sausage Toad In The Hole

"Another Bero recipe popular in my family. This is usually served as one very filling portion for one person, but can easily be two or three if you add side dishes. I usually have about 1/3 to 1/2 a cup of batter left over to make a few pancakes the next morning."
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1 pudding




  • In a blender or food processor mix the milk eggs and salt. Add the flour in small amounts and mix each time to avoid lumps. The consistency should be about equal to single cream.
  • Using a bit of sunflower oil or the like make sure the inside of your roasting tray is well coated. (I usually use about a 10x6 With rounded corners)
  • Place the sausages in the tray and place in the oven at 220C (200 fan assisted) Cook for ten minutes.
  • Remove the tray and turn the sausages over. Pour the batter around and between the sauages. You want it fairly level and the depth to be about half-way up the sausages.
  • Return to the oven for 15 minutes. The reduce the heat to 200C (180C Fan assisted) for another 20 minutes. Don't open the door until they are finished if you can help it.
  • Any left over batter can be saved in the fridge and used for pancakes. If the batter seperates you can just stir it with a spoon.

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  1. Yummy! Quick, easy and tasty! I could not wait, so I ate it while hot. It came out so nicely from the casserole made of glass. Thank you!
  2. This was very good for a cheap quick meal. I added some chopped onion and shredded Cheddar to the batter to make it more flavorful. Thanks for sharing!


<b>Reviews:</b> <br> <br>5 Stars - This is now a regular at our house! <br>4 Stars - Fine recipe, just not to our personal tastes. <br>3 Stars - There's something major I'd want to change. <br>2 Stars - Edible but really didn't like it. <br>1 Stars - Created recipe as posted, couldn't eat it. <br>No Stars - Generally notes on how changes failed. No fault of the recipe. <br> <br>Please feel free to honestly rate my recipes. I don't expect everyone to like the same things as us. I'd prefer any future Zaar members to have honest opinions to judge from before they take the time and effort to make a recipe. <br> <br><img src=><img src= border=0 alt=Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting><img src= border=0 alt=Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting>
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