Wednesday, 18 February 2009

Soy Honey Cocktail Sausages

Last Sunday was a manic day. to start with little Stewie (our wee dog) had to get taken to the vet - he had a run in with a tree at the park the day before. After that I had to rush to church then to the shop to pick up some bits for the afternoon. Shortly after getting lunch we had to go pick up a drugged up Stewie from the vet and then straight after that I had to get back down to church for a band rehearsal for our youth service so I was kept busy at the rehearsal, then the service and then we had our youth group meet after that too!!!!! What a day of running here there and everywhere, and in the middle of that I had to make dinner for our band! So I had some cocktail sausages, oven chips and a Nigella recipe to use.

Unfortunately after making them I only got to have one but it was so good I've bought in some more cocktail sausages with the plan of having them all to myself! And I also wasn't able to get a photo because they were all scoffed so quickly so I'll add a photo when I remake this one.

And here's a photo of the second batch.... still sooooo good! And with perfectly well again Stewie craving over them in the background!

Soy Honey Cocktail Sausages
Nigella Express by Nigella Lawson, p322

1kg (75) cocktail sausages (I had a pack of 60)
2 tbsp sesame oil
2 tbsp soy sauce
125ml honey

1. Preheat oven to 220˚C. Separate sausages if linked and spread over a roasting tin
2. Mix together the honey, soy sauce and sesame oil. Pour over the sausages and mix well to cover.
3. Roast for 25 minutes and turn half way through.

I'm sending this to Giz and Psychgrad for the Tried,Tested and True 3 event.

I'm also sending this into the blog event I started and still run with the help of some excellent guest hosts every week - Bookmarked Recipes. This week Maggie from Doghill Kitchen is hosting.


  1. I've been meaning to try these cocktail sausages - will have to get around to it, they sound so good

  2. I love those little sausages, but I never use them for anything more than sliced in cabbage or chili. Now I have a new application.

  3. Oh what a shame you only managed to snag one!

  4. Thanks for participating in TTT3 - sounds like a recipe that would go over well with a group! Definitely send me a picture if you make it again.

  5. Opps - it's my Psychgrad...messed something up with the profile name, above.

  6. First I'm tired just from READING your day, LOL Thanks for the recipe, it sounds great!

    I'm stopping by everyone on my blogroll to let them know that I've started a new blog event called Thrifty Thursdays if you are interested in blogging along! :)

  7. I bet these would be great for game watching. I hope Stewie got one to taste.

  8. These look great - I'll definitely have try them at my next party.

    Thanks for letting me host bookmarked recipes this week - I discovered a couple of great new blogs.

    - Marci at pieces (

  9. Your Soy Honey Cocktail Sausages delicious! Very nice site. Your Sausages recipe presentation is an eye-pleaser.I'm sure it'll be a big hit with the foodies!thank you for shearing your post.


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