Following on from my last post where I shared my recipe for my famous (well in my home at least lol) chicken stirfry, the following night we had crumbed sausages. My kids love crumbed sausages. We find it a great meal to whip up when you are feeling a little brain dead in the "meal idea" area!! As you can see, the kids can't resist having just a little more of the chicken stirfy that was left over either lol. Normally we would just serve it with veggies and mash.
1kg sausage mince
Salt and pepper to taste
In a bowl, place sausage mince and sprinkle on garlic powder, bush spices and salt and pepper. There are no real measurements, just go by sight and smell, adding more if necessary as you mix.
Using your hands, mix all thoroughly together.
Shape into small sausage shapes and roll in breadcrumbs, coating them well.
Deep fry until golden brown and then place into a 150 degree oven to keep warm and to continue cooking.
Serve with Mashed Potato and Vegetables.
You can use whatever herbs/spices you have on hand or like in your snags. These are our favourites at the moment.
Other than cooking crumbed sausages life in our house hasn't been all that eventful. It has been a tough couple of weeks emotionally for me with Mr10 deciding that going to school is not what he wants to do each morning. I can get him there but getting him to go to his classroom is a massive struggle. The last few days he has gone off to help Bob the handyman/gardener in the school to take his mind off the morning routine. This seems to work, well it did until this morning when Bob's job he was doing with Rhiley finished a bit quicker than it should have and Rhiley came walking back to get his bag from the office and saw me. That was it he refused to go to school. I had to drag him into the office and leave him crying with Bob who said he could help him pack his gear up before heading to class. I just don't understand my boy at all at the moment. After school he is fine, says he had a good day etc etc. He even gets up in the morning ok and goes to school ok it is just that separation time in the morning. The school is suggesting that maybe I should get him in to see a counsellor or something as they are just pulling different strategies out of thin air. I tell you, my older two boys never had these problems and this is truly doing my head in.
Oh well, I guess life wasn't meant to be easy right???????