Easy dinner for the whole family


Ingredients (serves 6)

  • 6 Thick sausages of your choice
  • 2 Sweet potato
  • 100g Chopped spinach leaves
  • 150g Diced bacon
  • 1 Brown onion
  • Sprinkle Cheese to top

Method

  1. Cook off the onions and bacon in a pan
  2. Cut sweet potato into cubes and microwave until tender. Mash
  3. Add the onion and bacon to the mashed sweet potato. Add chopped spinach, salt and pepper to taste and mix together
  4. Cook sausages (I bring to boil in large pot of water) and split down the middle. Stuff with sweet potato mixture and top with desired amount of cheese
  5. Place in a 180 degree oven until cheese is melted. Enjoy!


  • Not so sure about the bacon, I think bacon and sausages are too much processed for me. But yes to everything else

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  • Yum love the idea never thought of it but it sounds great tha ks

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  • Love the idea, somehow my comment for another recipe has come here.

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  • Thank you for this, will have to forgo the nuts but sounds very yummy.

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  • What a lovely way to do the old ‘bangers and mash’ – thanks so much for sharing this.

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  • bangers and mash is a whole lot more appealing now! This sounds awesome!

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  • What a great twist on fam favourite

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  • A fantastic recipe idea; unique twist on regular sausages for dinner.

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  • Lovely! Thanks for sharing!

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  • My youngens would call these sausage subs …they are delicious and are so easy and quick and we love the fact that everything is all in one place.

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  • Sausages are such a versatile food and I do love having different ways of cooking them. Thanks for your recipe – like the ingredients and it looks so tasty. The cheese on tops completes the recipe.

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  • Must visit a butcher to see if I can get thick sausages as I have not seen them lately in supermarkets. Love the idea , just like when we were younger mum used white potatoes and sauce on top.


    • Farmers markets sell good and thick sausages. If there is one near where you live they are well worth checking out. :)

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  • what a great idea to use up sausages and create something different – I am thinking chicken sausages and bbq and spinich and sweet potato – so many exciting things to try – thanks for sharing this

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  • Such a great idea and it sound’s delicious!

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  • Mmm this looks really yummy! Have been wanting to try some different recipes using sausages as they’re cheap and versatile. Can’t wait to sink my teeth into these, yum!

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