Looking for sausage recipes? We have plenty of ideas here, from Italian sausage recipes, sausage casserole recipes and sausage pasta recipes (sausage, kale and mustard rigatoni, or sausage, lemon and mustard). We also have a couple of epic sausage roll recipes, one for the whole family and one a bit more posh. Check out our easy sausage recipes here…
Check out these honey glazed cocktail sausages with harissa. These quick and easy skewers are super simple to make and ready in just 30 minutes, a perfect side to your summer bbq.
Onion gravy doesn’t have to take for ever. Using a few quick cheats, this simple recipe allows you to make a comforting family favourite in under 30 minutes.
Check out this simple sausage pasta recipe with kale and mustard. This Italian sausage pasta dish is super quick and easy to make, and you can easily use spaghetti if you don’t have rigatoni.
Italian-style sausages with streaky bacon, herbs and a splash of red wine. Serve with some cheesy polenta for extra flavour and you’ve got a quick and easy midweek meal for all the family.
One-pots are perfect for stress-free midweek meals, and this recipe for Italian sausages with peppers, borlotti beans and rosemary is ready in just 30 minutes and under 500 calories.
This recipe for sausages braised with smoky bacon and cider is a poshed-up sausage and mash and it’s a guaranteed crowd-pleaser. It takes a little while but is really easy to make.
Check out Edd Kimber’s fennel, sausage, tomato and mozzarella hand pies. These easy-to-make golden American hand pies are super crispy and packed with gooey mozzarella, the perfect lunchtime snack.
This recipe for merguez sausages with cannellini beans and spinach makes a great speedy midweek meal for two. Plus, it’s freezer-friendly
This weekend why not treat your friends to Sabrina Ghayour’s indulgent sausage and egg muffin. Forget the Golden Arches, this is a healthier and more delicious option that can be made in the comfort of your own kitchen. This recipe serves four and takes a little bit of time but, with those delicious spices, it’s well worth the wait.
Upgrade your usual BBQ banger with this recipe for grilled sausages with pepper salad using Luganighetta wheels from Donald Russell.
Sausages and mash: two words we love. Make it Italian-style with a sage, chilli and butternut mash. Pick sausages with Italian spices and you’ve got a quick and easy midweek meal for all the family.
Our sausage, bacon and butter bean one-pot has all the flavour of a slow-cooked casserole, but is so easy to make and takes under 1 hour to cook – perfect for a comforting midweek meal.
A new recipe for lasagne. We love this one, it’s full of delicious Italian flavours. Made with sausage and fennel seeds this baked pasta dish is easy, comforting and will feed a crowd. Serve with a green salad on the side.
These spicy lamb bangers are perfect roasted. Serve in a tomato sauce and plenty of pitta bread to mop up the juices. Good for two, or more.
Prepare your dough beforehand to make this easy Brooklyn-style smoky sausage and crispy kale pizza. It’s packed full of flavour and, as soon as your dough is risen and ready, it only takes 45 minutes to bake – perfect mid-week cheesy comfort food!
A great sausage recipe: beautifully roasted bangers nestled in a potato roti, with delicious onion gravy to pour over. Comfort food at its best. Friends and family will thank you for sharing this.
A stylish but fuss-free one-pot that delivers on flavour – perfect for your next dinner party. If you don’t want to go to the expense of using barolo, use another sturdy Italian red.
A grown-up take on everyone’s favourite picnic snack. Made with an added kick of chilli and mustard with a crunch of sesame, this makes for a comforting midweek meal.
Love sausages? Love pasta? Then you’ll make this quick and easy midweek meal time and time again. Full of spicy fennel flavour, it’s fast and good value.
We love the bold flavour combinations in this recipe for Italian sausage-stuffed peppers. What makes it even better, is that this dish can be made in under an hour – perfect for a comforting midweek meal.
This makes a great and more filling alternative to the traditional bacon-wrapped chipolatas for a Christmas meal. The onions are stuffed with sausagemeat, rice and warm spices and cooked until golden brown.