Sausages with rich onion gravy served over steamed potatoes.
Sausages with rich onion gravy served over steamed potatoes
7 OZ / 200 G guinness beer
21 OZ / 600 G smoked sausage
10.5 OZ / 300 G onion white
1 OZ / 30 G butter
2 OZ / 50 G flour
10.5 OZ / 300 ML brown beef stock
26 OZ / 750 G russet potatoes
17.5 OZ / 500 G broccoli
Wash and peel the onion then cut into quarters. Add to the mixing bowl and mix for 8 seconds / speed 6. Scrape down the sides.
Add the butter to the mixing bowl along with some salt and pepper. Cook for 10 minutes. Remove the measuring cup.
Whilst the onions are cooking wash and peel potatoes then quarter. Add to the simmering basket. Wash the broccoli and chop into florets.
Add the flour, beer and stock to the mixing bowl and insert the simmering basket. Place the Broccoli on the deep steaming tray and the sausages onto the shallow steaming tray. Cook for 35 minutes / 265°F|130°C / speed 2.
Remove the steaming trays and simmering basket then arranged accordingly on a plate. Pour the gravy over the top.
Enjoy your dish! If you wish to use fresh sausage you can cook them inside the gravy.
Spice up your dinner table with Mexican Rice with Seafood! Enjoy the unique and tasty combination of fish broth, seafood and fish meat, garnished with serrano pepper slices and cilantro leaves. Cook it to perfection with Multo and impress your...
Hearty and easy Italian spaghetti bolognese is a staple food for pasta lovers! Fully loaded with beef and cooked in marinara sauce, this bolognese is even more delicious than the restaurant-made!
Multo's Spinach Pasta is the perfect way to up your pasta game. This vegan-friendly green pasta is perfect for those looking to add a bit of fiber and nutrition to their meal. Spinach pasta is also a great source of...
These Sloppy Joes are made with extra tender beef and a delicious marinara sauce, perfect for your hamburger buns. Whether you're looking for a quick and easy meal or a new way to enjoy your favorite comfort food, Sloppy Joes...
Try this Michoacán Mexican carnitas. They are made from pork, cooked in lard at a low temperature until tender. The cooking process usually takes a few hours, but Multo will save your time!
Comments will be approved before showing up.