This dinner didn’t photography well but it sure tasted good.
I bought the pork bangers from a local butcher.
The onions were caramelized first. Then the sausages were browned and cooked through. The onions were added back to the skillet along with some pork and sage gravy I pulled from the freezer. Simmered for a few minutes and served over mashed potatoes with sides of buttered peas and rutabaga.
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So that's what bangers and mash is! I think it looks delicious and something we would both love.
You amaze me! Moe is one lucky guy to have such wonderful meals prepared for him, everyday!
Ya know what…I want this dinner now! It looks fabulous!
HI,i THINK YOU DO YOURSELF AN INJUSTICE…BANGERS AND MASH ARE DELICIOUSLY GOOD….EVERY SINGLE TIME !
I made Bangers and Mash also for St. Patrick's Day. I cooked my Bangers on the grill. I like the carmalized onions with your dinner:)
Are you KIDDING, Ann??! Bangers are NOT an easy subject to photograph in an appealing way, but you did a fabulous job. And I have proof… my mouth is watering as I look at your photo. 😀
You know I'm not much of a sausage fan, but can I have a double helping of the vegetables & gravy?! Yum!
So nice to see someone besides me who likes rutabagas!