Recipe: Bangers ‘n’ Mash

You just can’t beat good old fashioned grub, can you? Sometimes the simple dishes provide you with the greatest comfort and taste – bangers ‘n’ mash is absolutely one of those dishes!

You will need (for 2/3):

6 pork sausages (I used cheddar and onion flavoured ones)
2 large onions
500ml chicken stock
1tbsp cornflour
1tsp mustard
1 tsp mixed herbs

500g (ish) potatoes
50g butter
Cream or milk


  1. Preheat the oven to 180°C.

  2. Fry the sausages in a frying pan to brown the outsides. I didn’t bother making sure they were fully cooked as they will be going in the oven to cook – this is more for a nice brown colour and the texture!

  3. Place the sausages into a casserole dish place in the preheated oven to keep them warm.

  4. Add the sliced onions to the frying pan that you cooked the sausages in and cook until they’ve started to soften.

  5. Place your stock cube, a generous lump of mustard, your mixed herbs and boiling water into a measuring jug. Add the stock to the pan of onions and bring to the boil.

  6. Blend a tablespoon of cornflour with a little of the stock and add to the pan to start thickening the sauce.
  7. The casserole dish in the oven should now be nice and hot – add the gravy into the dish with the sausages and put back in the oven for at least half an hour to thicken the gravy up.

  8. Peel & cube the potatoes and boil until tender. Drain the water away and mash the potatoes with the butter and a splash of milk or cream.

Take your delicious bangers from the oven…what a beautiful sight! The bubbling noise is just glorious.

A healthy lump of mash, topped with sausages, topped with the onion gravy and served with garden peas – perfect!

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