There are so many things I love about this dish: it's all cooked in one tray; we're using more robust herbs like thyme, rosemary and bay with the tomatoes, which work really well; the half-roasted, half-stewed fresh tomatoes turn into a lovely rich and chunky sauce which is miles better than anything you can get if using tinned tomatoes; and we're roasting the sausages, which I think is far better than frying or grilling them. Try to buy the best fresh coarsely ground sausages you can. PS Any leftovers can be chopped up and made into a wonderful chunky pasta dish, using penne or rigatoni, the next day.
Nutritional Information - Amount per serving:
- Calories 391kcal
- Carbs 13.1g
- Sugar 11g
- Fat 27.1g
- Saturates 10.2g
- Protein 21.8g
This recipe is from:
Jamie at Home
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