this isn't a recipe so much as an idea. if you have any leftover cooking chorizo (and who doesn't, daaaaarling), it's perfect for making roast vegetables a bit more interesting.
clearly, you can't see any of that on the photo because rich put the fish on top of everything before i had time to take a photograph. i suppose i could have moved it but let's face it, that's not the kind of blogging i do.
you just have to take my word for it. it was nice, i promise. nice in a way that won't win me any michelin stars but it is the kind of food i like best.
truth is, i bought the bream and the chorizo to make an angela hartnett recipe - before realising it required lots of other ingredients i didn't have. instead of admitting defeat, and wanting to go to the gym, i thought i'd bung it all in the oven to see what happened.
as midweek suppers go, it was pretty special.1 small butternut squash, cut into chunks
3 cooking chorizo sausages, cut into chunks about the same size as the squash
5 small or 3 large red onions, quartered
2 sprigs of thyme
2-3 sage leaves
salt and pepper
some chopped parsley and basil - optional