Sticky Honey Mustard Glazed Sausages ‘How To’

Recipe and photo credits- Debbie And Andrews

Sticky Honey Mustard Glazed Sausages ‘How To Make’. Hello friends. So are you looking for some party food recipe ideas?

 Sticky Honey Mustard Glazed Sausages anyone? Great for a weekend treat as well as a fun party idea.

Sticky Honey Mustard Glazed Sausages

Sticky Honey Mustard Glazed Sausages ‘How To Make’:

How yummy?

Great for any parties, buffets and also family get-togethers.

 Serves 8

You Will Need:

800g Sausages

For The Glaze:

2 tbsp honey

2 tbsp djjon mustard

Sticky Honey Mustard Glazed Sausages 'How To Make'

Sticky Honey Mustard Glazed Sausages Method:

1.) Firstly, combine 2 tbsp set honey and 2 tbsp dijon mustard in a small bowl until blended.

2.) Set aside.

3.) Preheat the oven to 190C/170C fan/ 375F/gas 5

4.) Take 800g sausages and lay in a single layer in a couple of roasting dishes, spaced slightly apart to ensure they colour evenly and roast for 25-30 minutes.

5.) Drizzle the glaze over the sausages and toss to coat them.

6.) Cook for another 15-25 minutes until golden and sticky.

7.) Giving them another stir.

8.) Leave to cool for 10 minutes before serving with cocktail sticks.

Sticky Honey Mustard Glazed Sausages

So what do you think? Do you fancy making some? Because I want to make some right now? Recipe and photo credits- Debbie And Andrews

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Sticky Honey Mustard Glazed Sausages ‘How To Make’

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3 Comments

  1. Ofelia
    11th December 2011 / 3:36 am

    I cook sausages with eggs and either french bread or tortillas as a breakfast.I'm loving the changes to the blog and the fact that now I can check your blog any time I want to access one of the recipes.Have a great coming week,

  2. Kristina Salin
    11th December 2011 / 4:19 am

    New follower from MBC. Really nice blog and great photos!

  3. 11th December 2011 / 5:53 pm

    Thanks for the comments 🙂 going to follow back Kristina….Glad you like the changes Ofelia I hope you like the big change I've made ?

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