My tasty chipolata traybake recipe

My tasty chipolata traybake recipe

The best things can happen when you’re cooking with what’s left in your fridge. That’s also how I discovered this dinner traybake recipe with chipolata sausages. Bare in mind, the ingredients stated are per person, so you can calculate how much you’ll need for larger groups!

Here are the ingredients you’ll need:

  • 3 chipolata sausages, if you’re vegetarian, spicy vegetarian sausages work just as well!
  • Fresh spinach
  • 2 handfuls of cherry tomatoes
  • 100 grams of baby potatoes
  • A red onion
  • Grated cheese
  • Dried oregano and basil
  • Garlic powder
  • pepper, salt and olive oil

Let’s get this traybake in the oven!

This dinner recipe really couldn’t be easier. Pre-heat the oven at 200 degrees. Then you start by cutting up the sausages, the tomatoes and the onion.Make sure the pieces aren’t too small, since they can dry out or burn that way.

There are two ways you can prepare your tray. I used a glass oven dish, which I greased beforehand with some olive oil. You can also use a real tray with a sheet of baking paper on top. When the oven is hot enough, you put the sausages, spinach leaves, cherry tomatoes, potatoes and onion on the tray. Then, sprinkle the oil all over it, this will make everything more crispy. However, you shouldn’t use too much, since it can make it too greasy. Then, you sprinkle the oregano, basil, garlic powder, salt and pepper over the mix and give everything a good stir to make sure it’s all divided equally. I usually don’t add salt to dishes, but it will dry out the ingredients better Lastly, you add the grated cheese all over the tray and put the tray in the oven for 30 minutes.

I would recommend to regularly check the tray. All ovens are different, so you should make sure that nothing is heating up too quickly. However, you should also make sure the potatoes are good through and through. Since they’re member of the ‘Nightshade family’, they can make you quite ill when you’re eating them raw.

Adaptations of the recipe

As mentioned before, it’s quite easily turned into a vegetarian recipe by changing the chipolata sausages into vegetarian ones. You could also use beans and some chili powder in the mix if you don’t have the vegetarian sausage option available to you. If you want to make it vegan, I would recommend using a little bit more salt and maybe add some vegan mayonnaise to make the recipe a little more creamy.

I hope you’ll like this recipe as much as I do! I’m so curious to know if you did and maybe if you’ve switched up some ingredients, so let me know in the comments below! If that’s the case, you might also like my pumpkin stew recipe. Want more like this? Then please subscribe to my blog or follow me on Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter, so you’ll never have to miss a new post!

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3 years ago

Oooh this sounds delicious! It sounds like such a lovely Autumn/Winter dish too 🙂

Lomash Kumar
3 years ago

Looks yummy and sounds very easy. Would love to try it. Thanks for sharing this.

The LDN Lifestyle
3 years ago

I looove an easy dinner like this, literally cooks itself! I’ve not tried it with cheese before, this sounds delicious x

3 years ago

Wow! This sounds delicious!

Della Driscoll
3 years ago

This looks delicious, definitely the perfect winter dish xx

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Mind and Body Intertwined
3 years ago
Reply to  Della Driscoll

I really is, so nice and warming!

Daniel Johnson
3 years ago

Wow, awesome! You reminded me of my trip to France where I tasted chipolata. I really want to cook this tonight …

Mind and Body Intertwined
Mind and Body Intertwined
3 years ago
Reply to  Daniel Johnson

Haha well, what’s holding you back? Go for it! I hope you like it 😁

Molly @ Transatlantic Notes

I really love the idea of this and would just replace the sausage with thick cut portobello mushrooms instead of veggie sausages. I might try adding this as a dish for Thanksgiving!

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Mind and Body Intertwined
3 years ago

Oeh that sounds really great at well, maybe with a spicy sauce like sriracha on them or sprinkled with chili powder for the spice? I hope it’ll fit into your menu!

Adriana Machielsen
3 years ago

Looking delicious. I’m going to try it this week. Thanks for sharing.


Mind and Body Intertwined
Mind and Body Intertwined
3 years ago

I hope you like it! Let me know if you have any recommendations afterwards to make it even better 😁

Ming Qian
3 years ago

I feel hungry just looking at these images! I’ve never had chipotle before, and I would love to try it. It’s strange that I’ve never seen any restaurants over here serving chipotle, ever. Or perhaps I just haven’t been paying attention. Hmmm… In any case, thanks for sharing your recipe! 🙂

Tiffany McCullough - Metaphysicalmama

This looks great! I even have some spicy veggie sausages in the freezer just waiting to be used. Thanks for sharing this recipe. I’m looking forward to trying it.

Mind and Body Intertwined
Mind and Body Intertwined
3 years ago

That sounds absolutely perfect with this dish 😍 I hope you’ll enjoy it!