Oven Baked Sausages with Potatoes, Vegetable AND Gravy!
Recipe VIDEO above. Cooking sausages in the oven with vegetables and gravy is a terrific quick dinner idea that takes mere minutes to assemble! The sausages get nicely browned, the vegetables tender, and a flavour packed gravy. Kind of like making a stew!
Keyword: Cooking sausages in the oven, Oven Baked Sausage, Sausage Bake
Author: Nagi | RecipeTin Eats
700g / 1.4 lbbaby potatoes, halved
3carrots, peeled and cut into 2"/5cm pieces
2red onions, each cut into 8 wedges
2garlic cloves, minced
Salt and pepper
8 - 10sausages (500-700g / 1-1.4lb)(Note 2)
2 tbsp / 30gmelted butter, unsalted
2 1/2tbspflour(plain / all purpose)
2 cups / 500 mlbeef broth (or chicken) (Note 3)
Fresh thyme, for garnish (optional)
Preheat oven to 200C/390F (standard) or 180C/350F (fan / convection).
Place Vegetable ingredients in a large bowl. Toss well to coat.
Add sausages and toss briefly.
Transfer into roasting pan. Pan should be of a size so the vegetables are stacked about 2 deep - see photos and video. Rearrange sausages so they are on top.
In the same bowl used for the vegetables, add butter and flour. Whisk.
Add a bit of beef broth and whisk, then whisk in remaining broth. (Don't worry if you end up with some floating butter bits)
Pour down the side of the pan (don't pour over the sausages or veggies).
Bake 25 minutes. Turn sausages. Spray again with oil (optional) then bake for a further 25 minutes or until sausages are browned and potatoes are soft.
Serve Sausages and Vegetables with Gravy on top, garnished with fresh thyme leaves if desired. (See notes for Gravy thickness adjustment)
1. Potatoes: I used potatoes about the size of a golf ball. If yours are much larger, halve them. You can also use large potatoes and cut them.2. Sausages: Use any sausage of choice here, I use thick pork ones.3. Broth: The original recipe was made using chicken broth (liquid stock). I have changed this to beef broth because I think it makes a deeper flavoured gravy and also makes the gravy colour more brown. But it works really well with chicken too, it is just that the colour will be paler.4. Gravy Thickness: The gravy thickness will be affected by things like how juicy your sausages and vegetables are, the strength of the oven, heat retention of your pan etc.If too thin (note that gravy will thicken slightly as you start removing sausages etc from pan), remove sausages and vegetables then return pan to the oven for a few minutes - it should reduce fairly quickly because of the large surface area.If too thick, just add a splash of hot water - a bit at a time!5. Nutrition per serving, assuming 4 servings made using lean sausages, assuming all the gravy is consumed.Originally published December 2015. Updated with new photos, new video, new words, and a slightly streamlined / improved recipe in March 2019. Updated for housekeeping matters January 2019 - no change to recipe, readers love it as is!