Penny2017-09-08T13:51:20+00:00 Total Recipe Views: 7,098 Cowboy Pie By Penny Pork English September 8, 2017 Essentially sausage mash and beans Prep: 15 mins Cook: 30 mins Yields: 4 servings Ingredients 2-3 sausages per person 1-2 onions diced Punnet mushrooms diced 1 pepper diced ( optional ) 1 chopped red chilli or a good pinch of chilli flakes (optional) 2 tins of beans - if not using beans in tomato sauce you'll need a tin of chopped tomatoes Good splash of BBQ sauce Oil , Salt and pepper Mashed potato Grated cheese ( optional ) or a knob of butter Directions 1Heat oven to 180c 2Grill the sausages 3Chop each sausage into 3 or 4 4Heat oil in a pan and lightly sauté the onions , mushrooms and chilli and peppers if using 5Put the sausages and sautéed veg in an ovenproof dish . 6Stir through the beans 7Season with salt and pepper 8Stir in the BBQ sauce 9Top with the mashed potato rough up the top with a fork 10Sprinkle over the cheese if using or dot with butter 11Bake for 20-30 minutes and serveTo ring the changes use mixed beans , top with pastry for a different take close full screen 00:00 17 Reviews Natasha Cousins September 9, 2017 Andy Cousins Melody Fisher September 8, 2017 Feed your family for about £20 a week. Would use “proper” sausages for sausage/mash, all day breakfast or sausage/chips but do use cheap, frozen sausages from Tesco for casserole or even toad in the hole – good value and not noticeable as cheap! About £1.20 for 20! Feed your family for about £20 a week. September 8, 2017 I always use sausages from the butcher because I prefer them but you could even use hot dog sausages in this . P Kirsty Bogue September 8, 2017 Yeah you cook your bacon sausage black pudding ect then layer it all up then fire it under the grill to melt all the cheese I some times add some Lee and Perrin’s over the cheese my kids love it xx Melody Fisher September 8, 2017 Sounds yummy apart from the cabbage? Sounds more like a hugh breakfast/brunch dish – do you cook it before adding scrambled eggs? Melody Fisher September 8, 2017 Cowboy Pie sounds good! Never made before but will have a go xx I would use cheap sausages for this type of dish – what do you use? Kirsty Bogue September 8, 2017 I make a work mans pie similar to this u use grated tatties and cabbage on bottom then a layer of black pudding then a layer of beans followed by sausages bacon mushrooms tomatoes scrambled egg more beans grated cheese then whalla serve w toast and a cuppa n ur big boys will be happy chappys lol xx Feed your family for about £20 a week. September 8, 2017 Definitely too much . P Keith Sutcliffe September 8, 2017 Think my butchers sausages at 4 Oz each may be too much for most people. 8 Oz of sausages is a lot with rest of meal. Hannah Crane September 8, 2017 I’m soo going to do this!!! – my husband is the “original cowboy”!! Lol (he wore his cowboy stuff when we got married! Saffie Barnes September 8, 2017 Charlotte Crosskill we now know what it is Angus Gillson September 8, 2017 Now that’s a meal I could eat everyday!!! Feed your family for about £20 a week. September 8, 2017 I suggested ringing the changes with a pastry top . P Naomi Gardner September 8, 2017 It’s the same as what you make x Dillon Thomas September 8, 2017 I use shortcrust pastry or a puff pastry, instead of mash, then the sausage meat and beans Martin Lovell September 8, 2017 That’s right up my street lol x Naomi Gardner September 8, 2017 Martin Lovell Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.