A couple weeks ago I cooked Dijon Pork and we loved it so much I decided to try a sausage cook, We are trying to clear the freezer and I had these low fat (aldi reduced fat pork) sausages that I had brought for Christmas to add to the stuffing and we had a pack spare. Honestly this dish is so flavoursome that just about any sausage would compliment it so if your trying to watch the calories please do try these or of course your favourite low fat sausage brand.
Ingredients for 4 people but half can be frozen as with most things I cook
- Spray oil as always
- 8 low fat sausages
- 1 large onion sliced
- 3 cloves garlic crushed
- 300gm sliced mushrooms
- 250ml chicken stock cube or stockpot
- 4 tbsp dijon mustard
- half tsp English mustard powder
- 50gm frozen peas
- 3 tbsp low fat creme cheese (we use Aldi garlic and herb)
- Chopped chives to serve
- salt and pepper
Another superb 1 pot cook although if you talk to the dishwasher tonight she would strongly disagree
Pop your fav cast iron skillet on a medium bbq and add a little spray oil and the the onions until soft and taking on colour, add the garlic and sausages and brown which took me 10-15 minutes. Add the mushrooms stock and mustards and mix well and cook through for about 15-20 minutes then stir in the peas and then once combines cook for a few minutes before removing from the bbq and adding the cheese. Dress with the chives and season if needed.
We served ours with our amazing Petits pois à la française which is a simple and classic French way to prepare peas, braising them with some bacon, onion and garlic then stock. The flavours are incredibly delicious and this side dish goes well with anything.
We also made Colcannon which is is a traditional Irish dish of mashed potatoes with cabbage and spring onions and is super delicious. Both recipes as well as the Dijon Pork are on this website if you search.
If you cooked this or any of my recipes then please do let me know how it went, I would love some feedback.