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National Sausage Week

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  1. We’ve got Dave’s mam’s Yorkshire pudding recipe straight from The Hairy Bikers’ Food Tour of Britain, to serve with black pudding sausages and a beer and onion beef gravy

  2. Try making this classic toad in the hole for a warming family meal. With soft Yorkshire pudding and meaty sausages, it’s sure to go down a treat. Serve with thick gravy

  3. Sausage casserole is a great recipe for a grey day and you don’t have to use meat. Lentils and veggie sausages taste just as good with plenty of vegetables

  4. Treat the family to this easy-to-make, hearty casserole made from low-fat sausages, shallots and peas – perfect any night of the week.

  • Hot dogs are a staple of the British BBQ but instead of having them with ketchup try this tangy and tasty sweet chill…

  • Turn cold sausages, salad greens and a can of beans into a quick, filling meal in minutes. Great with crusty bread.

  • A quick and easy summery salad bursting with a spicy Mediterranean flavours like chorizo, sun-blush tomatoes and peppers

  • Cooking shouldn’t always be rushed. Try this slow-cooked stew recipe with spicy sausage, chestnut mushrooms and flage…

  • This cheap, easy casserole is comfort food at its best. Not only is it filling, it’s simple, uses just six ingredient…

  • If you’ve got a slow cooker, you’ll love this sausage and bean casserole recipe. Simply combine the ingredients and c…

  • A gorgeous, warming soup for an autumn night, made from delicious celery-like celeriac with chorizo sausage, onions a…

  • Tender sausages with soft veg and pancetta in a herby, tomato and garlic sauce make this sausage casserole the perfec…

  • Love cooked breakfasts – but wish they were healthier? They are if you do them this way!

  • This simple country stew is packed with flavour and guaranteed to become a family favourite. It’s even tastier wth a …

  • These sausage rolls aren’t nearly as hard to make as they look. Pop a little onion jam and a sausage onto shop-bought…

  • Everyone loves the classic toad in the hole recipe but have you tried it with apple? The fruit adds a juicy flavour t…

  • This family favourite is quick to make and bound to please everyone. The mash is a tasty addition to the casserole.

  • This tasty Italian pasta dish is very simple to make and only takes 20 mins to make. Perfect for a meal for two.

  • Make this hearty sausage and bean casserole topped with a crunchy herb crumble – a lovely winter warmer

  • A quick and easy one-pot meal. Serve with crusty garlic bread or jackets to soak up the rich tomato juices

  • Hard-to-resist spicy pork sausages wrapped in delicious salty bacon are always a winner at Christmas dinner

  • Nothing beats good old sausage and mash, but given the Red Tractor treatment it tastes even better!

  • A throw-it-in-the-pan type of meal that needs nothing more than a little patience as it cooks. The cabbage and potato…

  • This classic one-pan Spanish dish is not only delicious, but it also saves on the washing-up!

  • A warming one-pot meal perfect for winter evenings. The sausages go well with the tender beans and rich tomato sauce.

  • Try these herby meatballs with the Christmas Turkey or make a simple tomato sauce to go with pasta for a hearty meal

  • This wholesome soup made with French sausage, Savoy cabbage and borlotti beans will really fill you up on those chill…

  • This cheap, easy casserole is comfort food at its best. Not only is it filling, it’s simple, uses just six ingredients and the …

  • Keep this baked bean sausage stew warm and serve it in a Halloween cauldron or casserole dish for a comforting family dinner to…

  • Everyone loves the classic toad in the hole recipe but have you tried it with apple? The fruit adds a juicy flavour to the herb…

  • A delicious and simple savoury recipe of sausage meat, potato and nutmeg wrapped in a crumbly, buttery oatmeal pastry. This rec…

  • Treat the family to this easy-to-make, hearty casserole made from low-fat sausages, shallots and peas – perfect any night of th…

  • Give your sausage casserole and deeper flavour by cooking it in your slow cooker. With just 3 easy steps, this tasty recipe tak…

  • Big flat mushrooms on toasted bread, topped with sausages and served with creamy scrambled eggs. Great for breakfast or lunch.

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Lambage Rolls! Lamb & Rice Stuffed Cabbage Leaves with Almonds and Currants

My love of cabbage rolls is deep and unconditional. I almost
always make the same version, based on my Aunt Angela’s famous recipe, but once
in a while, just for the hell of it, I’ll use lamb instead of beef. 

I love lamb
burgers and lamb meatballs, so it’s no surprise that I love lamb-stuffed
cabbage rolls, and I’m happy to report that these particular “lambage” rolls
were the best non-beef version yet!

I remembered a middle-eastern restaurant Michele and I used
to frequent, which served a lamb meatball stewed with tomatoes and spices, and
served over a rice pilaf studded with almonds and currants. I really loved that
dish and tried to incorporate those elements into these cabbage rolls.

I loved the results. Big, bold flavors, yet not too heavy,
and like all cabbage rolls, these were very, very comforting. I used a pretty
lean grind for the lamb, but ideally the butcher will give you something close
to a 80/20 lean-to-fat ratio.

As far as the rest of the stuff, you’re on your own, and as
usual I’ll ignore most of the “can I leave out the [insert delicious, totally
necessary ingredient here
]” questions. You are the boss of your cabbage rolls,
so act like it. Anyway, I hope you share my love of cabbage rolls, and if you
do, I really hope you give this version a try. Enjoy!

Makes 8 Lambage Rolls
1 lb ground lamb
1 cup rice
1/4 cup butter
2 tbsp olive oil
1/2 onion, diced
4 cloves garlic, crushed
2 tsp salt
1 tsp black pepper
1 tsp cumin
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp cayenne
pinch dried oregano
1/4 cup packed Italian parsley
1 tbsp dried currants
2 tbsp sliced almonds
1 cup tomato puree
3 1/2 cups chicken broth
1/2 onion sliced
1 head cabbage
salt and pepper to taste
feta and parsley to garnish, optional

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