Roast peppers, onions and potatoes with sausages.
It's surprisingly easy to make, all you do is chop up the onions and peppers into reasonably large bits (about 1cm by 3cm), chop the potatoes into reasonably small bits (I used new potatoes and halved them), chuck them all into an oven tin with some olive oil and put it in the oven at about 220'C. Give it half an hour, put the sausages in the oven and turn it down to 190'C. Another half an hour and it's done.
It's possibly the easiest meal I've cooked since I left Uni and tastes really nice. The only problem is if you chop the onions too small they tend to become little black lumps of soot, in future I might add them the same time I put the sausages on.
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