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Savoury Bread Pudding: It's what Saturday evenings are made for!



Mustard might be best known for brightening and spicing up our hotdogs and burgers, but delve a little deeper, and you’ll discover a whole repertoire of ‘ways with’ that certainly puts the yellow stuff up in our estimations.

Take this savoury bread pudding, the deliciousness of which hinges to a great extent on the addition of this widely undervalued stock cupboard ingredient.

With today being National Mustard Day, there’s no better time to try your hand at some culinary creativity using little more than ’classic yellow’, sourdough, sausages (veggie if you prefer), cheese, onion, egg and milk. That’s it!



The main ingredient, Gradz Sourdough, is a unique, hand-crafted loaf, which is fermented to produce a bread which has less gluten, and is more digestible than standard commercial bread.

This makes it a good option for creating a classic comfort food dish, without the stodginess you might ordinarily expect.

In the realms of delicious home cooking ideas, there is certainly no arguing with the savoury bread pudding as a potential contender in your weekly meal plan. Serve with sweet potato mash and a side salad for best results.


Recipe:

  1. Oven bake one pack of vegetarian or standard sausages for 20 minutes

  2. Chop 1 medium red onion and 6 medium sized mushrooms

  3. Fry the onion and mushrooms in a little butter until soft, then set aside

  4. Grate 100g cheese, then take 2 slices of Gradz sourdough and dice into squares

  5. Once cooked, dice the sausages into small pieces

  6. In a large bowl, mix the onion, mushrooms, cheese, bread and sausages, combining well

  7. In a jug, break 4 eggs, and whisk with 1 cup milk and 1 1/2 dessert spoons of mustard

  8. Transfer the bread mix to a baking dish

  9. Pour over the egg mix, and bake at 180 degrees for 25 minutes


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