Sausage Hash

Sausage Hash

A great quick tasty, low carb cheat or evening meal, and enough to feed a family!


1. First get all the ingredients together, then chop each sausage into 4 chunks, pop these in a roasting pan with the red onion and cover with foil. The red onion will nicely caramelise with the meat juices. Roast in the oven on 180’c for about 30 mins. 

2. Whilst the sausages are cooking prep all the other ingredients and make dressing by whisking the mustard, honey and vinegar together in a bowl 

3. When the sausages are cooked it’s time to bring it all together. Using a heavy bottom pan, add  1/2 the dressing, the greens, cooked beets and lentils along with 1 tbsp of water. Gently heat for about 2 minutes before adding in the sausages, red onions, walnuts and a little salt and pepper to taste.  

4.Serve and drizzle over the remaining dressing on each plate or bowl 

Top tips, add some extra heat with a few chilli flakes. NO sausages? use chicken instead!! or make it meat free with a few extra walnuts and some feta cheese.  

Pack in another portion of veg and add some sprouting broccoli or spiralized courgette as well! 





250g Cooked Puy lentils, either canned or vacume packed but preferably soaked overnight and cooked until tender.

6 Good quality, gluten free sausages (I use Heck which are 97% meat)

2 bunches of spring greens shredded (roughly 1 cup per person)

2-3 Organic cooked beetroot

1 small red onion chopped

1 handful of walnuts, roughly chopped

salt and pepper to taste 


1 tsp dijon mustard

1 tsp raw honey

2-3 tbsp of cider vinegar


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