Easy sausage recipes for an absolutely banging bonfire night!
The custom of celebrating on bonfire night began in the United Kingdom. Every year on November 5, it is observed to remember Guy Fawkes' and his fellow conspirators' aborted attempt to blow up the Houses of Parliament in London in 1605. Other names for it include "Guy Fawkes night" and "bonfire night."
Although the event started in Great Britain, British influence allowed it to spread to other regions of the world. On November 5, 1605, during an investigation into Guy Fawkes' involvement in a scheme to blow up the legislature, explosives belonging to him were found under the House of Lords. This day honours that finding. Fireworks and bonfires are often used to celebrate the festival.
The greatest way to celebrate Bonfire Night, a very special British tradition, is with close friends and family. Additionally, you'll want to prepare delicious meals that everyone will like when you invite them around without it being so complicated. We hear you and this is why we went for sausages.
Sausages are extremely versatile when it comes to cooking, so we’ve chosen this hero ingredient as our focus when it comes to Bonfire night. Be sure to check out our stunning Bonfire night sausage recipes available on the plate up site!
Looking to entertain friends and family? You’ve come to the right place because you won't want to miss this especially if you want a brilliantly delicious Bonfire night! This is an exclusive recipe from the one and only Dean Edwards! Hot dogs drizzled with buffalo sauce, sour cream and topped with celery and blue cheese, what more could you ask for? You'll never want to go back on this hot dog recipe, it's too easy, quick and delicious! Perfect to eat while watching dazzling fireworks!
Bonfire night doesn’t mean we should leave our vegan and vegetarian friends behind! This colourful Spanish inspired one pot paella is easy and is filled with vegan sausages, bright butternut squash and earthy mushrooms. A warm, filling dish for the cooler months .The vegan sausages along with the oyster mushrooms flavour this paella with a beautiful hearty and meaty taste.
This is Alex Hollywood's take on a classic British favourite and it's also a twitter hit! One of the most traditional English dishes is unquestionably toad in the hole. It is cooked using Yorkshire pudding batter-encased sausages and is served with gravy and veggies. This recipe is extremely straightforward to do, you’ll want nothing else. You'll definitely get a hole in one!
Sausage and apples bring out the best in each other. Dinner time is so easy with this straightforward bake! When the parsnips are finely cut, they cook more quickly and get wonderfully crispy edges. Put every item into a single tray, then bake! Traybakes also have the extra benefit of requiring less washing.