toad-in-the-hole

toad-in-the-hole

[tohd-in-thuh-hohl]
noun British Cookery.
a dish consisting of beef or pork sausages baked in a coating of batter.

Origin:
1780–90

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toad-in-the-hole
 
n
(Brit), (Austral) a dish made of sausages baked in a batter

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