Sausage, Mash and Onion Gravy

AuthorJen Booker
RatingDifficultyIntermediate

This is perfect comfort food.
Don't be impatient with the onions! Let them do their thing!
You can use bought vegan sausages if you don't fancy making them.

Yields4 Servings
Prep Time10 minsCook Time50 minsTotal Time1 hr

Sausages
 200 g Walnut halves
 160 g Bread
 2 Red onions
 1 tsp Smoked paprika
 2 tsp Garlic granules
 Salt & pepper
 3 tbsp Oil to fry
Mash
 Potatoes
 Plant milk
 Vegan spread
Onion Gravy
 4 Red onions finely sliced
 5 tbsp Balsamic vinegar
 2 Veggie stock cubes
 35 g Vegan spread

1

Do the gravy first! Trust me it can take a while to get the onions just right!

2

Fry the onions, very slowly in a little oil, covered for about 20 mins until soft.

3

Remove the lid and turn up the heat until the onions are golden, do this for as long as necessary.

4

Pour in the vinegar and boil until it almost disappears.

5

Turn the heat down and add the spread, stock and 1 pint of water. Stir well.

6

Simmer until you have a gravy consistency. This could take a while.

7

Now make the sausages

8

Put the walnuts, bread and onion into a food processor and pulse to break down. I had to do this in batches as my machine wasn't big or powerful enough.

9

Add the paprika and garlic and season.

10

Form the mixture into 8 - 10 sausages. Making them smaller keeps them together better when cooking.

11

Now cook the mash as normal at the appropriate time.

12

Serve with green veg of your choice.

CategoryCuisine

Ingredients

Sausages
 200 g Walnut halves
 160 g Bread
 2 Red onions
 1 tsp Smoked paprika
 2 tsp Garlic granules
 Salt & pepper
 3 tbsp Oil to fry
Mash
 Potatoes
 Plant milk
 Vegan spread
Onion Gravy
 4 Red onions finely sliced
 5 tbsp Balsamic vinegar
 2 Veggie stock cubes
 35 g Vegan spread

Directions

1

Do the gravy first! Trust me it can take a while to get the onions just right!

2

Fry the onions, very slowly in a little oil, covered for about 20 mins until soft.

3

Remove the lid and turn up the heat until the onions are golden, do this for as long as necessary.

4

Pour in the vinegar and boil until it almost disappears.

5

Turn the heat down and add the spread, stock and 1 pint of water. Stir well.

6

Simmer until you have a gravy consistency. This could take a while.

7

Now make the sausages

8

Put the walnuts, bread and onion into a food processor and pulse to break down. I had to do this in batches as my machine wasn't big or powerful enough.

9

Add the paprika and garlic and season.

10

Form the mixture into 8 - 10 sausages. Making them smaller keeps them together better when cooking.

11

Now cook the mash as normal at the appropriate time.

12

Serve with green veg of your choice.

Sausage, Mash and Onion Gravy

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