Tuesday, 4 October 2011

Crumbed Sausages

I have been a bit slack with the cooking lately.  Well I mean, naturally I have been cooking but we have reverted back to our old cooking recipes for the moment.  Not much in the way of new stuff has been tried, life has been a little busy and it is always alot easier to throw together something you have made hundreds of times rather than to try a brand new recipe don't you think?
The other night we made up some crumbed sausages.  This is a meal that is quick and easy to make and the kids always love them.  Nothing could honestly be much simpler than making these and I especially like the fact that it is so easy to whip up a double batch and put some in the freezer for next time.

1kg sausage mince
Garlic Powder
Bush Spices (or whatever herbs/spices you have on hand or your family likes)
Salt and pepper to taste

In a bowl, place sausage mince and sprinkle on garlic powder, bush spices and salt and pepper.  There are no real measurements, just go by sight and smell, adding more if necessary as you mix.
Using your hands, mix all thoroughly together.
Shape into small sausage shapes and roll in breadcrumbs, coating them well.
Deep fry until golden brown and then place into a 150 degree oven to keep warm and to continue cooking.
Serve with Mashed Potato and Vegetables.

You can use whatever herbs/spices you have on hand or like in your snags.  These are our favourites at the moment.

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