Toad in the hole is one of those British oddities that no one outside of the UK seems to have ever come across… The dish consists of sausages snuggled in an oven-baked pancake batter drizzled with gravy. It is not the most photogenic or elegant dish, but many would say that toad in the hole is a staple of British childhood. Most Luxembourgers would say the same about sausages (remember the Rëndelchen at the butcher’s?), and Wäinzoossis, a sausage made with wine and traditionally served with a creamy mustard sauce is a dish we hold very dear. I decided it was time for these dishes to get acquainted and they seem to have hit it off: this Luxembourg/British hybrid totally rocks!
You can watch me make this Toad in the Hole in my show.
If you want the recipe in Luxembourgish, you can find it here.
This is a recipe from my book “Home Sweet Home – My Luxembourg”.