What To Cook For Dinner Party For 8
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Heat oil in a frypan over medium heat. Add onion and cook, stirring, for 10-12 minutes until softened and browned. Increase heat to high, add balsamic and stir over high heat for 2-3 minutes to caramelise. Transfer to a bowl, season well, then cool. The caramelised onion will keep, covered in the fridge, for up to 5 days.
Cook sausages on a barbecue preheated to medium for 8-10 minutes, turning until browned and cooked through. (Or preheat oven to 180C and cook for 15-20 minutes on an oiled baking tray). Allow to cool.
To serve, lightly pack each dinner roll with caramelised onion. Add sausage, top with mustard and tuck in a sprig of parsley.
36.40 gm olive oil
2 red onions, halved, thinly sliced
40.00 ml balsamic vinegar
12 chipolata sausages
12 small dinner rolls, split
70.20 gm Dijon mustard
12 flat-leaf parsley sprigs
13.8 grams fat
3.5 grams saturated fat
30.6 grams carbohydrates
5.8 grams sugar
11.2 grams protein
292.8 milligrams cholesterol
442.2 milligrams sodium
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It doesn’t matter what sort of sausages you buy for these rolls– pork, beef, chorizo, chipolata – as long as they have lots of flavour.