Toad in the Hole

This all time classic British meal certainly surprised Hubby, who wasn’t too sure at first, but is ever so glad he ate it!

Juicy sausages are lusciously encased in a golden, fluffy dough.


This one is so simple, you can devour alone or team with a fresh salad, to make an almost effortless meal!

Start by making the batter. Grab yourself a mixing bowl & bung in 115g of plain flour along with a good pinch of salt. Make a well in the centre to pop in 1 well beaten egg & 150ml of milk. Stir until it’s nice & smooth before adding in another 150ml of milk & ensure it’s all mixed nicely. Set that aside for half an hour while you crack on with the snags.

Pre-heat the oven to 220c before greasing an oven proof dish really well.

Line up 8 or so sausages in the oven dish & prick them all over. Coat them in a wee bit of oil, about a tablespoon worth should do, you don’t want to drown them. Then whack that lot in the now hot oven for 10 minutes so they get a nice colour on them.

Pull the snags out & very quickly pour over your batter & get them straight back in that hot oven. Bake for about 40 minutes, just until you see the batter is actually cooked (no longer bubbling) & is gorgeously risen & golden.


2 thoughts on “Toad in the Hole

    1. Oh thank you Dina ❤️
      I just love seeing where everyone is from in this beautiful world 🌎
      I also extend a warm greeting from tropical Melbourne, Australia 🇦🇺😁


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