I have never before made batter can you believe it!? I enjoy cooking and experimenting in the kitchen but never tackled a toad in the hole. I do wonder why it took me this long to try something that is not only easy to make but tasty to eat.
1 cup of flour
1 tablespoon French Dijon mustard
Firstly cook the sausages for around 25- 30 minutes turning them over half way through coming. (I used a the Pampered Chef square cranberry glazed stone.) You can use meat or vegetarian sausages my sausages included apple which created combination.
While the sausages are in the oven cooking add to a large bowl the flour, eggs, water, milk and mustard and whisk. (I used an electric whisk for ease) Once all the ingredients have been whisked together and the batter looks thick set aside.
I cut each sausage into four and place each cut sausage into the stone. Alternatively place ask the sausages into an oven proof dish.
Evenly pour over the batter and cook 200°c fan assisted oven for 30- 35 minutes.
They really were delicious and I surprised myself how easy they were to make. I served the toad in the hole with vegetables for my husband who also was very impressed!