I am feeling generous today. I wouldn’t share my chocolate with you, so not THAT generous, but generous enough to share with you a recipe from my ebook CBF Paleo…. The cookbook for people who really want to eat well but, Can’t Be Fu$ked. All the recipes have 5 ingredients or less, there’s not faffing around, just maximum taste & nutritional bang for your buck. Go check it out, it’s cheap as chips & purchasing it will help to keep my child fed with avocados, as is her preference.
As you can see, Grace throughly enjoys avocado & Trav does a great job at capturing the mess. Oh, you came for the not-hot-dogs, right. Ok then.
2 sweet potatoes
2 sausages (preferably gluten-free & free-range, I used the Paleo Snags from Young Farmers)
1 large red onion (or fennel bulb), sliced thinly
1 tbs honey
Preheat your oven to 180C. Pop the whole sweet potatoes on a baking paper lined tray & drizzle with your oil of choice. Pop in the oven for 45-60 mins or until soft to touch.
In a frypan heat about a tbs of oil, butter or ghee and add the onion or fennel (or both) and saute until the onion is translucent & soft. Add the honey and cook until caramelised. Pop that in a bowl & set aside.
In the same frypan (ain’t nobody got time for washing multiple frypans) cook your sausages.
Once all elements are done, cut the sweet potato lengthways, pop the sausage in, top with the fennel or onion & dig in.1