Sausage & lentil one-pot

Sausage & lentil one-pot

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(143 ratings)

Prep: 5 mins Cook: 40 mins

Easy

Serves 4
Pack of sausages in the fridge? Try them in this rich stew - it's made in just one pot, so you'll save on washing up too

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition: per serving

  • kcal556
  • fat29g
  • saturates9g
  • carbs45g
  • sugars8g
  • fibre8g
  • protein28g
  • salt2.42g
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Ingredients

  • 1 tbsp olive oil
    olive oil

    Olive oil

    ol-iv oyl

    Probably the most widely-used oil in cooking, olive oil is pressed from fresh olives. It's…

  • 400g pack sausage
  • 1 onion, finely chopped
    Onion

    Onion

    un-yun

    Onions are endlessly versatile and an essential ingredient in countless recipes. Native to Asia…

  • 1 garlic clove, crushed
  • 1 red pepper, sliced
  • 250g lentil (we used puy lentils)
    Lentils

    Lentils

    len-til

    The lentil plant (Lens Culinaris) originates from Asia and North Africa and is one of our oldest…

  • 150ml vegetable stock
  • 125ml red wine or extra stock

Method

  1. Heat oil in a pan, cook the sausages until browned, then remove. Tip in remaining oil, onion, garlic and pepper, then cook, about 5 mins more until softened. Add lentils and sausages to the pan with the stock and wine, if using.

  2. Bring up to the boil, then simmer for 20 mins until lentils have softened and sausages are cooked through. Serve with plenty of crusty bread.

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parfaiteprincess
11th Nov, 2016
2.55
Way too little liquid to cook the lentils. Added pancetta which also added salt which was missing. Pepper. Also could do with more wine and possibly carrots. Added Mushrooms.
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french_cook
9th Oct, 2016
5.05
Hearthy, filling, very tasty: this is the ultimate comfort food! I used pre-cooked lentils and a bit more red wine than stated and it was delicious. I highly recommend this recipe.
Rushworth
28th Aug, 2016
3.8
This recipe turned out quite nicely, like others have said it needs twice as much stock than it says. Not usually a lentil fan but this was filling and worked well with caramelised red onion sausages. If done again I would add more peppers and some Worcestershire sauce.
mizzle
28th May, 2016
3.8
Having a pack of sausages in the fridge I decided to give this recipe a go. Have never cooked lentils before but the fella and I were definitely won over, absolutely lovely with with the sausages. As with others I adapted the recipe a bit as I went: used extra stock (chicken for flavour) and a tin of chopped tomatoes, an extra garlic clove plus a sprig of fresh rosemary from the garden. I cooked dried green lentils on a fast boil for 10 mins while browning the sausages, final cooking time all together in the pot was about 30 mins. Good, cheap, filling supper.
Mr Moaner
29th Apr, 2016
I really enjoyed this recipe although when I started preparing it I realised I didn't have any sausages or red wine. And I never have lentils. So I got some fish and chips which were gorgeous.
little_lady
2nd Apr, 2016
3.8
Really hearty and full of flavour, but needs a lot more stock due to the amount of lentils. I'd suggest using tinned lentils as they use much less water, and taste just as nice.
bassbarbie
30th Jul, 2015
3.8
I used caramelised onion and pork sausages, red lentils, yellow pepper and white wine as that's what I had in stock. I also added more stock and a tin of tomatoes, some tomato puree, mushrooms and a tin of borlotti beans. My family really enjoyed it and I will make it again... I came searching for a recipe after seeing something similar on a tv cooking programme. Lentils, tomatoes and sausages seem to go together well!
casafood74
28th Mar, 2015
2.55
Have made this twice now with quite different results. So my comments are: use loads more stock then stated. Cook for longer and check at regular intervals to see if more liquid needed. Add smoked streaky bacon (gave it a fab flavour). Use the best quality sausages you can get your hands on. I also used more garlic and lots of fresh rosemary and thyme. So, only 3 stars as I felt like it needed a lot of adapting to make it a tasty meal but I will definitely continue to make it.
casafood74
4th Mar, 2015
2.55
First time I have ever made sausage casserole and the whole family loved it! Added more stock and just cooked on low heat in oven for about an hour and a half after frying the sausages with some streaky smoked bacon (I had an open packet in the fridge which needed using up). I used rosemary and thyme and served with mash and veg- super nice- will become a firm favourite.
freckles86
12th Feb, 2015
3.8
Have just made this - looks absolutely nothing like the picture (brown sludge rather than rich deep red gorgeousness!) but tastes lovely. I've never cooked with lentils before so was apprehensive but they're very tasty. As others did, I doubled the amount of stock and increased the wine by a smidge (didn't measure it). I did also add a splash of Balsamic vinegar and a small bunch of Thyme. I used red onions rather that white (just because) and gave it a good grind of salt and pepper. I also did this in the slow cooker on low for just 3 hours. If anything the lentils are over done but still tasty! =) *edit* Just realised what it reminds me of - re-fried beans! (the appearance that is)

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Scon1234
7th Sep, 2017
2.55
Okay, so I made an account so I could hopefully save everyone some time (and frustration) on this nuisance of a recipe. 1. I think they've used precooked lentils for this. The liquid to dry lentil ratio is way off. If using dried lentils you'll need between 750ml - 1l of stock. 2. If using dry lentils the cooking time is way off. Increase the cooking time by say 30 mins give or take. 3. It needs some seasoning. Add more garlic and some dried or fresh herbs. Rosemary or thyme will work. Also pepper, lots of pepper. That should do it. Pretty tasty once the above changes have been made. Enjoy! (p.s. It looks nothing like the picture. Not the prettiest of dishes in real life.)