recipe comes from David Gardner who runs a sausage
web site called sausagelinks.co.uk
someone who loves suasages and believes them to be something
this country should be justly proud of I would highly
recommend paying a visit to the site.
says: "One of the core themes of my site is the
high quality and taste of rare breed sausages and the
resurgence of the rare breeds."
3 eating apples, cored, peeled and cut into 1 cm chunks
A large glass (200 ml) of cider
Tbsp of apple brandy or Calvados (optional)
100 ml double cream
Salt and black pepper
fry the sausages in butter or oil for around 20 minutes
or until they are cooked.
add butter to a second pan and fry the apple pieces
until they are golden brown.
the sausages from the pan and keep warm.
Add the cider to deglaze the pan Stir, bring to a
boil and reduce the cider for a few minutes.
the Calvados and cream, reduce the heat and let this
bubble for 30 seconds.
Check seasoning and pour the sauce over the sausages
Serve with mashed potatoes.