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Easy sausage and potato casserole

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Easy sausage and potato casserole
Easy sausage and potato casserole
  • Serves: 4

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  • Skill level: Easy peasy

  • Costs: Cheap as chips

This cheap and easy sausage casserole is comfort food at its best. Not only is it filling, it's simple, uses just six ingredients and the kids will love it too! This recipe serves 4 people and will take approximately 35 mins to prepare and cook. This recipe is perfect if you're on a budget or feeding a lot of people in one go. It cuts down washing up as the casserole is made in just one pot. This easy sausage casserole recipe uses readymade sauce but you could swap it for homemade instead. Using shop-bought sauce speeds up the cooking and prep time which is perfect if you're in a hurry or something quick and easy for a mid-week dinner.

Ingredients

  • 1tbsp oil
  • 500g new potatoes, halved
  • 454g pack sausages
  • 1 onion, sliced (200g)
  • 1 green pepper, diced (170g)
  • 340g jar tomato pasta sauce

Top tip: To prevent potatoes from sprouting, put an apple in the bag with the potatoes, I have no idea how it works but I promise it does!

Sally Carpenter, 69, Redditch, Worcestershire

Method

  1. Heat the oil in a large frying pan and fry the potatoes and sausages for 5 mins.
  2. Add the onion and pepper and cook for a further 5 mins, turning the sausages occasionally until browned.
  3. Add the pasta sauce, rinse the jar out with a splash of water and add to the pan. Cook, covered for 5 mins.


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moana

you're

moana

your sick

moana

what is lifde coming to

moana

dont tell me what to do with my pots

moana

i am so displeased

moana

potatoes were really hard and its upset not just me but all of the kids one of my dear kids chocked, its not good to eat raw pots, its just not on!!!!!! your idea of 5 minutes is rubbish!!!!!!! if anyone follows this recipe please cook the pots for longer for the sake of our future xxxxxxxxxx

Sandra Jones Was Butler

I needed a lot more cooking time as the potatoes were still hard and you need an extremely big frying pan. Perhaps part boil the potatoes whilst preparing the other ingredients may solve this problem

earsby

This is a stupid recipe. The potatoes were so undercooked I had to take them out and boil them for 20 mins. This is a problem when you have screaming kids following you round the kitchen desperate for their tea. Trying to cook the sausages with the potatoes is difficult. The potatoes needed blasting to give them any hope of cooking, but this burns the sausages. I will rework this to my own satisfaction. Taste B+ Method E-

jodie

Could I use bolognese sauce?

mb

surely you dont need oil there is fat in the sausages

Tracy

can you use tomato soup

Experimentor

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Kamilla Larsen

Did as recommended, baked potatoes in the oven for 30 minutes with thyme and rosemary and a splash of oil. Also added cherry tomatoes. Sausages took about 20 minutes in the pan, I halved them so they would cook faster. Nice mid-week meal.

Vikki Allen

Very delicious and not a lot of dishes! I would agree with Georgina in that I cooked mine in a cast iron pop instead of a pan and put it in the oven for 30 minutes as the sausages weren't cooked. I would also suggest part boiling the potatoes first as they weren't cooked either.

Rachael Beevors

I added a tin of chopped tomatoes and a tin of baked beans x yummy x

Georgina Dobermann

I baked it in the oven for 30 minutes as I did not feel the sausages were cooked x went down well x my other half and son loved it xxxx

Jane Evans-Hoon

Must have been small potaotes my halves did not cook and I had to hike them out and boil them. Using pasta sauce a good idea for future. Changed veg to suit what I had

Lippycow

This will become a family favorite tasted lovely.

adiilah

thiis iis a really good quiick and easy reciipe!! iits really deliiciiouse 2!!

Samantha

I exchanged the jar of sauce for a tin of tomatoes and added fajita seasoning (packet mix which we always have a bit left over from making fajitas) - yummy!

annie

made this with jalfreizi for a different twist and had naan bread.......loved it.

Lynne

I had some sausages leftover in the fridge and grudgingly made this as I normally hate anything sausagey but the men in the house love them, and waste not want not. Even I loved this, I added paprika just before I added the tomato sauce to give it depth. Would work really well with chicken I think too. Nice one pot meal, a real keeper for us and nicest sausage casserole I have had.

cameron jones

its great with some crusty bread

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