Honey Mustard Sausages

by Jo Kenny

“Everybody loves a sausage”.

That was a unanimous statement when Alex and I were deciding on the canapés for our wedding. In fact it was a done deal on recalling the time we went to an event, and when the canapés came around the guests (ourselves included) swarmed the platters of sticky honey mustard sausages like excited children at a kid’s party.

Since that day (and after seeing the very similar reaction at our own wedding) I stand by this: everybody loves a sausage.

Specifically, a deliciously sticky honey mustard sausage. So whether it’s tiny ones for a party, or larger ones for a meal – if you get a honey mustard sausage in your cooking arsenal you’ll be sorted for an easy crowd pleasing food.

Sticky Honey Mustard Sausage Recipe

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You can make these sticky honey mustard sausages with staple items in your cupboard. There will be a delicious balance of sweet, salty and a tangy hit of Worcestershire sauce which is my secret weapon for elevating these sausages to another level.

Honey mustard sausages are ready in just 10 minutes. Dreamy.

Ingredients

  • Serves 2
  • 6 pork sausages
  • 1 tbsp honey
  • 1 tbsp mustard
  • 1 tsp Worcestershire sauce

Method

Start by cooking the sausages on a low heat in a pan with some butter. Turn regularly so they cook evenly. Don’t be tempted to cook on a high heat as this can cause your sausages to split.

Once cooked and looking nicely browned, drain any excess oil from the pan and then toss them for 2-3 minutes in the honey, mustard and Worcestershire sauce until they are evenly coated and a thick glaze has formed. Keep the sausages moving in the pan to prevent the honey from catching.

Serve warm.

Recipe Overview

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Honey Mustard Sausages

A delicious sticky glaze for sausages. Use for main meals or party food.
Cook Time10 mins
Total Time10 mins
Course: Main Course
Cuisine: English
Keyword: honey mustard, sausages
Servings: 2
Calories: 350kcal
Cost: £2.80

Equipment

  • 1 Pan
  • 1 measuring spoon

Ingredients

  • 6 Good quality pork sausages
  • 1 tbsp Honey
  • 1 tbsp Mustard
  • 1 tsp Worcestershire sauce

Instructions

  • Cook the sausages on low heat in the pan with a little butter. Turn regularly.
  • Once cooked drain off any excess oil and then toss for a few minutes in the honey, mustard and Worcestershire sauce until a thick, sticky glaze has formed.

Serving suggestion – gourmet sausage sandwich

Like I say you can use this recipe for all kinds of sausage applications! Make little honey mustard sausages for your next party buffet and watch them disappear first.

Large honey mustard sausages served in toasted ciabatta with some rocket and tomato chutney is a simple yet mind-blowingly delicious meal. Sausage sandwich but make it gourmet.

Honey Mustard Ratios

This honey mustard sausage recipe can be applied to all sizes of sausage to work for both meals and party food. Here’s the ratios of ingredients so you can adjust to the batch you are making:

  • 1 part honey
  • 1 part wholegrain mustard
  • A glug Worcestershire sauce (measure with your heart!)

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1 comment

Steve September 23, 2022 - 10:13 am

5 stars
This really couldn’t be simpler to make. Thank you – I will never eat a plain sausage again!

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