We have changed a couple of things from the original recipe here, namely adding a carton of chopped tomatoes and some chickpeas and removing the Oxo cube, but honestly, something like this can be adapted any way you fancy. We just chucked whatever shite we had kicking around in the cupboard into it.
Paul's top tip for jacket potatoes is an oldie-but-goodie though: pierce all over, put in a massive bowl with a big drizzle of garlic oil and some sea salt, tumble about and then bake in the oven.
As usual, we have worked out the calories via the NHS calorie check and your result may differ - it really depends on the brands of sausages you use. Treat it as a rough estimate.
one tin of kidney beans in chilli sauce
one large white onion
one clove of garlic (minced)
four reduced fat sausages
one 200ml carton of chopped tomatoes
a good glug of worcestershire sauce
a little dollop of Marmite if the thought doesn't repel you
a tin of chickpeas
stick your jacket potato in the oven if you're having one
about forty minutes before it comes out, fry off the onion in a little oil
cook your sausages whilst the onions are frying off, then slice them thinly
once the onions are softened, add your garlic and gently fry off for a minute
add your beans, chickpeas, glug of worcestershire sauce, Marmite if using and tomatoes
simmer for as long as you bloody well dare
chuck in a tin of baked beans here instead of the chickpeas and tomatoes and it'll be lovely
fancy having your arse remind you that you need to be kinder to it - add a glug of chilli sauce
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Recipe by twochubbycubs at https://twochubbycubs.com/2022/01/06/one-pot-sausage-and-beans/