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Ingredients

Method
  • 400 g baby potatoes
  • 1 x 500 g packet pork sausages
  • 200 g Rosa tomatoes
  • 3 T olive oil
  • 4 rosemary sprigs

Preheat the oven to 200°C.

Boil 400 g baby potatoes until tender, then drain.

Place on a large baking tray, then squash slightly with the back of a fork to split.

Arrange 1 x 500 g packet pork sausages and 200 g Rosa tomatoes on the tray.

Drizzle evenly with 3 T olive oil, scatter with 4 sprigs rosemary and season to taste.

Roast for 20 - 30 minutes, or until the sausages are golden and the potatoes crunchy.

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Hannah Lewry

Recipe by: Hannah Lewry

Woolworths TASTE’s Food Editor is passionate about conjuring up fresh ideas for fast and easy dishes that taste as great as they look. Turn to her expertise for everything from time-saving mid-week food to lazy weekend meals. You’ll have a lot of fun in the kitchen while you’re about it.

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    Julie
    3 January 2020

    So not being a regular supper maker tried this and made at 200 deg for 20 mins then turned all over for another 20 mins (old oven)
    Absolutely perfect Thanks very much for easy and tasty recipe

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    Julie Richards
    6 September 2015

    I agree with Justin – 20 mins at 180 is nowhere near long enough – especially if you want to get the visual effects of the photo accompanying the recipe. Which makes me wonder how the Taste test kitchen actually tests the recipes. Having said that, this is a tasty dish and I’ll be trying it again, but next time at 200 or 220.

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    Justin
    1 September 2015

    I’d like to do a little review on this tantalizing recipe… Firstly, 180c will take much longer than the 20 mins prescribed to cook pork. I’ve pumped up the oven to 200+ at about 40 mins after putting in the oven and it’s still going… about an hour after putting in the oven. It also requires a lot of turning the potatoes and pork sausages. I’d highly recommend putting the rosemary in first, and dropping a few small blobs of butter around the dish with a light squirt of lemon juice. Hopefully I will still eat tonight…

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