Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Toad In A Hole

CroAk ! BrUp! hahahahha

This is a British cuisine.

Wow, Amazing! I thought pigs-in-the-blanket itself has already explained "Sausages-roll-under-the bun" , Toad-in-A-hole? Hahahahaha I just find out that we can named Sausage as Toad too! Haha!

History from Wikipedia
Toad in the hole is a traditional British dish comprising sausages in Yorkshire pudding batter, usually served with vegetables and gravy.

Well, When I look at the picture provided by Wikipedia, WOw... Looks like Dutch-Baby-Pancake ! hahahahahha except the sausages. Well, I think that German Pancake are similar to Yorkshire Pudding... so, hence I used my own Dutch Baby recipe, replace all the sugar with Salt & add-on sausages on top!

It was suggested that to use uncooked pork sausages, pan fried the sausage b4 bake . But, I don't care, I used cocktail hotdog! hahahaa , save my work & time !

Etymology of Name
The origin of the name 'Toad-in-the-Hole' is vague. Most suggestions are that the dish's resemblance to a toad sticking its tongue out of a hole provide the dish with its somewhat unusual name.

. ... the minute the puff risen-up , I started to get excited again! HAhahahha..e e yerr!!! I can't wait to snap more of these!

I did some research, originally it is to serve with cameralised Onion & Cabbage & Gravy or some green veges. Instead, I slice some tomatoes !


www.alistairlihai.com said...

I m hungry already!

Denise said...

Alistair: *Giggle* Hey! I'm shocked after reading ur blog mate! U're really LUcky !

Terri @ A Daily Obsession said...

chicky, u're really good with eggs! when u gonna do a souffle?

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