Hello, gourmets! The Toad in a mink dish is a classic British dish. Few people have heard of it, but it is a simple and incredibly delicious dish. A toad in a mink is a quick analogue of a sausage in a dough.
The peculiarity of this dish is a simple dough based on milk, eggs and flour. Cook for a total of 30 minutes, unlike heavy yeast dough – it takes a couple of hours to knead the yeast dough and let it rise.
Toad in the hole recipe
- Cow’s milk
- Chicken egg
- Vegetable oil
- Beef sausages
How to make Toad in the hole
Pour milk into a deep cup, add chicken eggs, salt. Beat with a whisk.
Sift the flour through a sieve and beat with a whisk until smooth.
Rub the dough through a fine sieve to get rid of lumps.
Add vegetable oil to each cell in the cupcake baking dish.
Send the baking dish to the oven to heat the oil.
Pull out the baking dish and pour the dough into each cell.
Cut the sausages in half and put each part in a cell of the baking dish.
Add the remaining dough to the cells.
Return the baking dish to the oven for a quarter of an hour.
Serving: Serve the dish immediately — hot!
Note: since during cooking, the dough displaces the oil from the cells of the cupcake mold, put a baking tray under the mold or initially pour not a full tablespoon of oil.
Recipe type: Baking
Recipe type: British