Sausage casserole with garlic toasts

Sausage casserole with garlic toasts

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Cooking time

Prep: 5 mins Cook: 40 mins

Skill level

Easy

Servings

Serves 4

Smarten up sausages and sneak in a few vital veggies too with this comforting midweek meal

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition info

Nutrition per serving (with toasts)

kcalories
568
protein
28g
carbs
78g
fat
18g
saturates
7g
fibre
6g
sugar
19g
salt
4.24g

Ingredients

  • 8 reduced-fat sausages
  • 1 yellow pepper, deseeded and chopped
  • 4 red onions, cut into wedges
  • 400g can chopped tomatoes
  • 250ml vegetable stock
  • 1 tbsp x 20g pack basil (use the rest in the toasts)

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Method

  1. Heat oven to 220C/fan 200C/gas 7. Put the sausages, pepper and onion into a roasting tin, then roast for 20 mins.
  2. Lower oven to 200C/fan 180C/gas 6, then tip tomatoes and stock over the sausages. Add sugar and most of the basil, season, then stir well. Roast for another 20 mins. Serve with garlic toasts, recipe below, sprinkled with the remaining basil.

Recipe from Good Food magazine, September 2008

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han2010's picture
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Deliciously simple! Will definitely make it again!

haideepalileo's picture
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This dish is really lovely...Added two tablespoons of sugar, salt and pepper...yummy...

juliee43's picture

i am havin this tonight can't wait :)

tcoxon1's picture
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Really great! I added a tablespoon of wholegrain mustard and added spinach instead of the basil

saralovely's picture
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I really enjoyed this - the garlic bread was a lovely contrast to the casserole.

gwhite5287's picture
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Excellent recipe, added canelloni beans to the dish in replace of the garlic toast! Quick, cheap and tasty!!

joganley's picture
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Lovely recipe, used arriabiata sauce instead of plain tomatoes and added a nice bit of warmth with the mash I substitued for Garlic toasts. Big hit all round.

sheenabennett's picture

Not sure, I was eager to make it because of all the positive comments but I think I made two mistakes, firstly I could only get boring German sausages you definitely need something with a bit of spice and secondly I blitzed the sauce as some had suggested and I think it would be better left alone. But the garlic toast was yummy and I have to say all plates were cleared so perhaps it was ok.

vix-stix's picture
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This dish manages to please all the family and is very little fuss to prepare and cook which is great on a week night. I don't use the sugar and I only use one large red onion. I usually use one red and one orange pepper and add some sweetcorn for some extra colour and serve with sweet potato mash. A very tasty recipe!

w00df1nes's picture
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This is the tastiest recipe. Easy to vary with different veg. A winner everytime! yum!

unixnation's picture
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Very tasty!

nickynicky's picture
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Whole family loved this recipe, added some garlic and a splash of worcestershire sauce.

cscollins's picture
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Lovely, quick, easy, tasty dinner. We always use a pack of 12 sausages (River Island Cumberland are fab!) for our family of 4 to ensure we are not left wanting more. Basil toasts are lovely too. Even used Laughing Cow Light Cheese Triangles for this to save wasting the best part of a cream cheese pack. Works brilliantly!

adele001's picture
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loved it... as did the 14 year old teenager and 19month toddler, we used carrots instead of yellow pepper, didn't add any sugar (did't see that until later). served with boiled potatoes and spring greens. love the idea of blending the sauce and using with pasta for the next day, will try that next time.

shawy10's picture

This recipe is easy and straight forward to do but tastes very good and is very wholesome.
I've made it a few times now and it never becomes boring, so big a thumbs up!

lizmoody's picture
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Superb dish.Used good quality sausages also used green pepper didnt have a yellow one. Also put in 4 whole chillies (you can always remove these at the end).Only used 2 red onions also added fresh mushrooms & crushed garlic.Didnt have veg stock so used a beef oxo cube instead along with a dash of worcester sauce.Served with pasta .devine!!!

jo_ce2001's picture
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Like a previous reviewer i'm also on a diet and also used reduced fat sausages and it makes such a hearty low fat meal - no oil, veggies and sweet roasted onions yum! i served with steamed veggies and a baked potato. i've made this twice now and think i will keep coming back to this recipe during winter months. Hopefully one day i'll try it with the garlic toasts when i'm not watching the calories!

missusj's picture
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Lovely tasty casserole. I used low fat sausages and didn't make the garlic toasts as I am on a diet and by using the low fat sausages, it made a very low fat meal with some steamed veg. A new favourite for me and the hubby :)

mitch102's picture

great dish

showbeastie's picture

Top marks! Tried this recipe on my wife's folks, who like traditional-type fare. It was a smash hit! It's so easy to make and fills the kitchen with beautiful aromas whilst it's cooking. Left the toasts (which I'll try next time) and we had winter veggies & new potatoes with it instead. Used the left over sauce & veg from the roasting pan to make a tasty soup simply by blitzing in a blender and adding more stock. Yum!

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