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Pork Sausage, Potato and Tomato Bake

Any parent knows that coming up with an endless menu of weekday meals that satisfy your family and are economical on the wallet is more difficult than ever! With food prices rising and our busy lifestyles today, just getting an affordable, nutritious meal on the table is a challenge. That’s one reason pork has been the world’s most popular meat for generations. It’s affordability, nutritional value, versatility and – of course – delicious flavour, mean you have an endless source of inspiration to draw from – from Mexican Tacos to Greek Gyros and a million delicious dishes in between. And in the world of the busy home cook, there’s nothing better than a one-pot (or in this case, one tray) meal that requires little preparation and even less clean up. This is the One-Tray Wonder You’ll Definitely make more than once! With a little flair, three simple ingredients turn into a mid-week dinner so delicious it’s bound to become a family favourite. It’s also a perfect meal-planning staple, requiring only a single large baking tray and ready to bake in minutes! Indulge in this hearty, fast and affordable winter warmer, and don’t forget to start with your favourite LYNCA MEATS pork sausage. As well as traditional pork sausages, this recipe would be perfect with pork boerewors, Kassegrillers or smoky Russians. One of this recipe’s main advantages is how easy it is to scale up or down. Make this recipe for a family, halve it for a couple or double it for a crowd – it’s fool-proof and mouth-watering in any quantity.
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Any parent knows that coming up with an endless menu of weekday meals that satisfy your family and are economical on the wallet is more difficult than ever! With food prices rising and our busy lifestyles today, just getting an affordable, nutritious meal on the table is a challenge. That’s one reason pork has been the world’s most popular meat for generations. It’s affordability, nutritional value, versatility and – of course – delicious flavour, mean you have an endless source of inspiration to draw from – from Mexican Tacos to Greek Gyros and a million delicious dishes in between. And in the world of the busy home cook, there’s nothing better than a one-pot (or in this case, one tray) meal that requires little preparation and even less clean up. This is the One-Tray Wonder You’ll Definitely make more than once! With a little flair, three simple ingredients turn into a mid-week dinner so delicious it’s bound to become a family favourite. It’s also a perfect meal-planning staple, requiring only a single large baking tray and ready to bake in minutes! Indulge in this hearty, fast and affordable winter warmer, and don’t forget to start with your favourite LYNCA MEATS pork sausage. As well as traditional pork sausages, this recipe would be perfect with pork boerewors, Kassegrillers or smoky Russians. One of this recipe’s main advantages is how easy it is to scale up or down. Make this recipe for a family, halve it for a couple or double it for a crowd – it’s fool-proof and mouth-watering in any quantity.
Ingredients
method

First, preheat the oven to 200°C. 

Boil the baby potatoes in lightly salted water until they are tender to the fork, then drain. Place them in your trusty baking tray and use the back of a spatula to squash them a little – this gives you more surface area for extra crispiness later on.

Add your tomatoes, onion, garlic and sausages to the tray. Drizzle over the olive oil and season to taste with salt and pepper. Stir to coat all the ingredients evenly with the olive oil. Roast the sausage tray bake for 20-30 minutes until the potatoes are crisp and golden and the sausages are cooked through. Turn the sausages halfway through cooking to brown evenly.

Enjoy with a simple, crisp salad and a slice of crusty bread. Any leftover sausage makes a delicious sandwich filling for the next day!

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  • 500g baby potatoes ( chunky diced sweet potatoes are also great!)
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  • 1 red onion, peeled and thickly sliced
  • 2 cloves garlic, peeled and sliced
  • 200g cherry tomatoes
  • 3 Tablespoons Olive Oil
  • Salt and pepper

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