Published Tuesday, 27 July, 2010 by Amber Kennedy
1; Heat oil in a large pan. Cut onions into thin strips/chunks.
2;Once the oil is hot, add onions to the pan. Leave to brown
3;Cut peppers into strips. Add to pan.
4; Cut sausages into chunks.
5; Wait until peppers and onions are 'browned' then add sausages. You may need to add some more oil
6 ; Add in a teaspoon of Chilli powder, and a little salt and pepper. Add more chilli powder to taste. Turn down heat
7; When sausages arew 'brown and the tins of baked beans. Then leave for 10 minutes.
8; peal the potatoes. Cut into chunks and put in a pan of boiling water. Wait 5 minutes.
9; Drain water from potates and add a little butter to the pan. Then SMASH THE POTATOES!
10; Put sausages into a deep bowl or dish and cover with mashed potatoes (You can grate a little cheese over the top of the potatoe) And put in the oven (180) for 15 minutes.
11; Eat : )
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