Sweet cherry tomato and sausage bake from Jamie at Home: Cook Your Way to the Good Life (page 240) by Jamie Oliver

  • pork sausages
  • bay leaves
  • rosemary
  • dried oregano
  • thyme
  • balsamic vinegar
  • cherry tomatoes

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  • averythingcooks on September 01, 2021

    Another upvote for this dish made all the better with your own tomatoes. I had mostly smaller grape tomatoes and was worried a bit about the cook time required for the sausages so I used an idea from another Jamie Oliver recipe. I quickly browned my sausages, then cut them in 1/2 and then "hasselbacked" them. These went onto the layer of tomatoes with some onion & shallot chunks that needed using up and a sprig of rosemary. I sprinkled the finished pan with fresh basil & feta and served it beside wedges of grilled bread. Lovely.

  • lou_weez on July 04, 2021

    Easy and delicious. I did make a few changes...I cooked 250g of tubetti pasta and added it to the pan at the 45 minute mark, along with 2 balls of burrata. It resulted in a beautiful creamy pasta that accompanied our sausages.

  • TLouise on January 11, 2021

    Delishous recipe. I could only fit 1.5kg of tomatoes in my pan but it still worked fine. My sausages were perfect and the tomato sauce was just amazing.

  • Jane on October 25, 2019

    This was a very quick and easy supper. Well, quick in the prep - it does take almost an hour in the oven. My sausages didn't brown well, I'm not sure why. They were cooked through but looked rather anemic. I would have left it longer in the oven if I hadn't been starving hungry. Tasted good though. The tomatoes threw off a lot of liquid but that was fine with the mashed potatoes I served it with (along with green beans).

  • Rutabaga on April 28, 2018

    I agree with the other reviews - this is delicious. It's also very easy to make, and involved little clean up. The roasting time is fairly long, however; mine was in the oven for just over an hour. I served it directly from the oven without thickening the sauce. The juices were wonderful spooned over bread along with the tomatoes. It's also an easy recipe to scale up or down in size. Definitely one to make again.

  • ithyt on October 06, 2015

    12.13 Super simple and scrummy - one of our fav sausage dinner recipes - turns even bland recipes into something tasty.

  • Cheri on August 07, 2013

    This was easy and good. Needs to bake for at least an hour. Used fresh turkey Italian sausages, mixed cherry tomatoes. Crusty bread a must with this dish.

  • saladdays on August 17, 2012

    One of the best sausage recipes ever ! The tomato sauce produced is very intense and full of flavour and makes very good use of one of the best summer ingredients - home grown cherry tomatoes ! We served it with buttery new potatoes and green beans. This recipe will most definitely be added to the favourites list.

  • jannybee on January 08, 2012

    One of my top ten recipes! Fresh, easy and full of flavor. The tomatos taste better than candy! Sometimes I make it without the sausage as a side dish and add a little cooked pasta - absolutely wonderful. Love this recipe!

  • melissabazley on April 22, 2011

    What a recipe. Super easy, super tasty and packed full of flavour. I have shared this recipe with loads of friends. It's just brilliant. Very little effort for huge tasty results. I used only 1.25kg cherry tomatoes and allowed 2 sausages per person. Best thing I've cooked in a long time !! Cheers Jamie !

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