Carefully place the whole onions around the edge of the coals, you’re going to leave them there for 30-45 mins, turning occasionally. They will slowly cook in indirect heat of the BBQ. (You can also roast them in the oven for 45 mins at 180C).
Once the onions, feel soft(ish), remove them from the BBQ, carefully remove the skins, then slice the onion into pieces, season with a pinch of salt and a drizzle of olive oil.
For the glaze, mix together the maple syrup and Dijon mustard, set aside.
Lightly oil the sausages, place on the BBQ and cook for around 10 mins, turning regularly, until nicely coloured and cooked through. Brush the sausages will the glaze, cook for a few more minutes, basting regularly.
Toast the buns on the BBQ
Place the barbecued onions in the buns, top with the sausages, drizzle on some mustard, ketchup or sriracha (or all three!). Sprinkle on your chosen crispy bits.
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