Recipe Details
Title A-The best sausages with braised lentils and crispy prosciutto
Author Jamie Oliver
Portions 4
Created 16th February 2015 08:23 am
Weight (Per Portion)

One portion of this dish weighs approximately 651.00 Grams

Recipe Ingredients
Ingredient Quantity Allergen Warnings
Lentils, green and brown, whole, dried, raw200 Gram
Tomato, red, raw2 Medium
Garlic2 Clove
Vinegar, red wine3 Tablespoon
Sausage, pork, chilled, raw1 Kilogram
Thyme, fresh1 Bunch
Parsley, raw1 Bunch
Basil, fresh1 Bunch
Rosemary, fresh1 Bunch
Bay leaf, dried1 Tablespoon
Oil, olive0.5 Cup US
Sage, fresh20 Gram
Ham, Parma800 Gram
Special Dietary Requirements Suitability
None!
Allergen Warnings
No Allergen Warnings at the moment!
Nutritional Information (Per Portion)
Nutrition %GDA Range
Energy Kcal 1,603
Protein 196.50%
Other Carbohydrate 27.84%
Sugar 10.51%
Fat Saturated 171.94%
Fat Unsaturated 114.71%
Fiber 39.58%
Sodium 248.86%
Salt 259.10%
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Recipe Method
1. Give the lentils a wash and place them in a casserole-type pan. Cover them nicely with water and then add a bouquet garni. Squash your tomatoes and add to the pan with the peeled garlic cloves. 2. Bring everything to the boil then reduce the heat and simmer for 30 minutes to 1 hour, depending on your lentils, and stirring occasionally until tender - you want the lentils to be soft and a pleasure to eat but still holding their shape. 3. Keep an eye on the pan as they cook to make sure they don't dry out. You can do this part on a gas hob, but also on the barbie while you're waiting for the embers to die down after you've lit them. 4. When your lentils are cooked, remove the bouquet garni and the tomatoes, and drain away most of the remaining cooking liquid. Dress your lentils like a salad with the red wine vinegar and twice as much olive oil. Mush up the garlic, and stir it in then season carefully to taste. Keep warm. 5. To cook your sausages, rub with olive oil then put on the medium-hot part of the barbie. Keep moving them around at the beginning, as there'll probably be flames from the fat hitting the heat. 6. Once the sausages have had 15 minutes and you think they're nearly cooked, place them on the cooler part of your barbie. Lay your sage leaves over them and drizzle with olive oil. Put your prosciutto on the barbie and grill briefly until crispy. 7. Pile everything back into a large dish. serve it with steamed broccoli, crusty bread and, best of all, gorgeous salsa rossa spooned over the top.
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