What can I bake "in the hole"?

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What can I bake "in the hole"?

Postby Marrow » 19 Feb 2016, 18:53

We got some (fairly nasty, it turns out) veggie sausages delivered in error. I've just eaten them as toad in the hole, and decided that "in the hole" is something we (as mostly plant eating) miss out on.

So, any ideas of things other than sausages / other meat that go well with Yorkshire pudding? Apart from "everything", which is my instinctive response...!
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Re: What can I bake "in the hole"?

Postby mamapup » 19 Feb 2016, 19:42

Roast veg, esp onion. Yummy yum yum
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Re: What can I bake "in the hole"?

Postby Cofa's Tree » 19 Feb 2016, 20:15

Yep, onion and carrots...yum!
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Re: What can I bake "in the hole"?

Postby Marrow » 19 Feb 2016, 21:18

Would you roast first then add batter? The same way you would do sausages? This is sounding yummy indeed.
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Re: What can I bake "in the hole"?

Postby bigcatmaniac » 19 Feb 2016, 21:38

If you chop or slice onion, it will cook in the time the Yorkie does - but I'd roast carrots first if I was you - or part cook them anyway. Maybe batons of halloumi cheese or polenta chips instead of sausages???
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Re: What can I bake "in the hole"?

Postby qbm » 20 Feb 2016, 06:39

I did sweet potato the other week and it didn't need to be roasted beforehand.

It was lovely!
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Re: What can I bake "in the hole"?

Postby yorkshirepudding » 20 Feb 2016, 19:53

Mmm, loving these ideas!

Just been told by fil that he no longer wants me to cook for him as he misses his vegetables :( erm, I am veggie, what is it we are eating?! I kind of get what he means, he just likes to fry/ burn/ boil all veg and eat them with plain pasta, but now I want to make him jealous!
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Re: What can I bake "in the hole"?

Postby busmother » 22 Feb 2016, 20:37

Cook up lots of green / puy lentils in onion and garlic and pour over the top of your batter, They sink in and are lovely (it's a Rose Elliott bean book recipe). I've never tried just sticking other vegetables in. Must give it a go as W doesn't like sausages (or lentils) so I've not done toad in the hole for ages.
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Re: What can I bake "in the hole"?

Postby Kitcameron » 23 Feb 2016, 17:58

Think I saw a recipe for mushroom in the Hole the other day. Not a mushroom fan really so haven't tried it myself.
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