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Toad in the HO

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Toad in the HO

Post  valkyrtb on 26.11.10 7:39

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Supper - first try out with my HO

Decided to go with a mini-toad as there's just me - half pack sausages, 1 egg, tbsp flour

30 mins at 200C - looked good, still a bit gooey at the base - tasted outstanding

Breakfast

Hmm - half pack sausages - check, egg - check, flour - check, milk - check, appetite - Oh yes

Time for my second HO experiment

As above but 40mins at 180C

Rose a lot more this time - much lighter and fluffier. Still a bit gooey at the base but not raw, quite tasty actually. Probably because I was re-using a foil tray rather than a heavy cast iron oven dish like my mum used to have - didn't get that sizzle as I poured the batter in.

Bonus - nice comforting halogen glow on a crisp Autumn morning - just like the ready-brek ad but with sausages

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That banana has just too much energy for this time of the morning

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Post  Admin on 26.11.10 9:06

That is one crazy banana coolsmiley look at those eyes

Thank you for this entertaining recipe valkyrtb

You can use an ordinary baking tin when cooking toad in your HO but you need to get it very hot then you will get that sizzle.

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Post  hummingbird on 26.11.10 13:19

Hi Valkyrtb
Thank you for the toad in the hole recipe as I was going to experiment doing one next week you've taken out the hard bit for me thank you

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Post  junie on 26.11.10 17:54

Hi Valkyrtb

Very Happy

Thanks for taking the time to share this with us - can I just ask - did you pre-cook the sausages first?
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Post  valkyrtb on 27.11.10 11:09

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Hi June,

I put the sausages in the tray with a little oil and cooked them for 5 minutes or so on the top rack until one side was brown.

Then turned them over - cooked side down

Put the tray on the bottom shelf, poured in the batter from above so I wasn't juggling a hot sliding tray full of pudding mix in the tight confines of the HO bowl.

During cooking the exposed sausage side was browned nicely from above and the precooked side didn't overcook hidden under the batter.

Played crane grab with a pair of tongs to recover the tray from the bottom shelf

alien

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Hey I won a Toad!

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My extender ring is in the post so wasn't available for experimentation purposes


Best Wishes

Dave




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Post  junie on 27.11.10 17:36

Hi Dave

Thanks for that thank you

I'm never going to be able to use my tongs again without thinking 'crane grab' happy-dancing

When I get a minute I'll edit your 'Toad' into the A-Z (trying to leave it just as entertaining).

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