toad in the hole

n a delicacy consisting of sausages in Yorkshire pudding batter, in a sort of pie shape. The etymology is a tough one to guess at, as the dish itself contains no obvious holes and it’s difficult, although not impossible, to confuse sausages and toads.

In categories

Eating and Drinking

Related words

the razz, tipple, tomato sauce, treacle

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