It’s BBQ season but that doesn’t mean if you don’t own a BBQ that you can’t host your own backyard gathering. It’s summer and there is no better way to celebrate than having friends around the house for a drink and a nibble. Hostessing friends is one of my favorite parts about summer and sharing in laughter together. Somehow the sunshine makes us all want to eat and be merrier together.
I have teamed up with CostCutter who own and supply the brand Independent. While you may think of CostCutter being the local shop to grab a quick chocolate bar or milk on the way home from work, it actually has amazing options for fresh produce and a variety of household items too. It is one of those smaller shops that still has everything you need and the best part it’s all on your doorstep. We used to have one near us and no other larger shop so we did almost all our shopping in CostCutter for years. The fruit and vegetables are always fresh as well as their meat options. I really liked relying on the Independent brand.
Since my family absolutely love sausages I have been creating a few new favorites to add to our family mealtimes the past few weeks. You can check out my Spicy Sausage Casserole for cooking for larger groups or on a night you don’t have much time for a hearty meal to enjoy together. Or keeps scrolling to find out what I have been cooking up for a great non-BBQ, BBQ dish. One that’s perfect for friends over to pick and share with and easy to make.
I love this recipe because you can serve it numerous different ways. If it’s one just for the family serve it with Independent Pitta Bread and a side salad. We like filling our pitta breads with the sausage and roasted vegetables for a pitta pocket full of flavor. This works well if you are hosting a non-BBQ, BBQ for your friends too. It’s easy to walk around socializing and carrying a pitta pocket. Otherwise, have mini paper cups for friends to fill with their roasted sausage and potatoes and mini forks to really get the party started. Serve with mini glasses of red wine. Red wine and sausage have always been best friends and pair nicely together.
Honey Mustard Roasted Sausages & Potatoes
- 1 large red onion cut into wedges
- 2 red peppers cut into quarters
- 2 tbsp olive oil
- 8 Butchers Choice Lincolnshire Pork sausages
- 1 large vine tomatoes cut in quarters
- 3 tbsp clear honey
- 1 tbsp mustard
Heat oven to 200C/180C fan/gas 6
Place onion and pepper in a roasting tin, drizzle over the oil
Roast for 10 mins
Place sausages, tomatoes, in and around the veg
In a small bowl, whip together the mustard and honey
Drizzle the glaze over the sausage and vegetables
Bake for 15-20 mins
Turn the sausages halfway, until the sausages are cooked
Serve with Independent Pitta Bread and rocket salad
If you try my recipe out don’t forget to share it on instagram, twitter, or facebook and tag me in. I would love to see your creation and hear what you think.
Why not pin this to your BBQ board on pinterest or recipes for future reference. It’s easy and quick to make and one even the kids absolutely love to eat. You could even use toothpicks if you have a lot of guest coming and you want it to be easier to share around the party. It’s the perfect non-BBQ recipe for a summer get together. Who doesn’t love sausage and a sticky honey mustard glaze?
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This looks like our kind of meal – the kids love sausages! Your food photos are beautiful Jenny x
Thanks my kids love them too. Its a family favorite. Thanks hunny for saying that as sausage is the hardest thing I have ever photographed and tried to make look yummy and gorgeous. hahaha I kept staring at them too long and thinking eeek. hahaha It’s tasty though that’s all that matters.
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Oh how delicious does this look!