Bangers and Mash with Onion Gravy, a true British classic that pretty much sums up what comfort food is all about. Enjoyed throughout the year, but even more on Bonfire Night, this recipe is a family-favourite dinner.
Add the butter, milk and salt and parmesan, mix well and set aside.
To make the onion gravy, peel and cut the onion roughly, add oil and butter to a sauce pan, and heat it up.
Add the onion, salt and sugar, and fry on a low to medium heat until the onion is golden.
Leave to boil until the gravy is thick and the liquid has reduced by a quarter - about 3-4 minutes
To fry the sausages, heat up the 3 tablespoons of oil in a large frying pan, add the sausages and fry until golden brown and cooked through.
Arrange the sausages and mash on a plate and serve with the onion gravy.
You can use any kind of sausages, pork, turkey, chicken, or even vegetarian or vegan.