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Porky, Apple and Stuffing Tiger Rolls

Less than three weeks until Christmas and the supermarket is a scary place to be. But I survived, and almost remembered everything I went in for. Hours later and it is dark once more. Pantry stocked, what is on the menu for super?

I have some gala apples looking a little past their best which I peel, core and slice, adding them to a small saucepan with a scattering of sugar, tiny shake of cinnamon and water. I bring them to the boil, simmer until softened, cool and mash.

The stuffing is simple, stir in enough boiled water to form a sticky pulp. Placing the stuffing and sausages (2 per person) on a baking tray, bake in a medium oven for 20-30 minutes.

Prepare some homemade chips (1 large potato per person). Butter the tiger rolls and load with stuffing, sliced lengthways sausages and apple sauce.

Yum, yum, yum!

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