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Baked sausages with leeks, apples and cider from Cook Simple: Effortless Cooking Every Day by Diana Henry

  • pork sausages
  • leeks
  • apples
  • wholegrain mustard
  • medium apple cider (alcohol)

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  • raybun on January 11, 2017

    So easy to make with such fabulous results! In my opinion this dish is the definition of comfort food. Everyone polished their plates and asked for it to be made again, soon. Served with creamy mashed potato. Note that the online link differs slightly to the one in the book. It omits the leeks, but adds thyme & bayleaves so I adapted my version to use these three ingredients but omitted the sugar, and replaced it with grain mustard as per the book's instructions.

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