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  • Sausage casserole

    Sausage casserole has never been simpler to make than with this easy recipe combining cannellini beans, plum tomatoes and potatoes into one delicious dish. Plus, it's ready in under an hour! Give sausages a smoky flavour by braising them in a tomato and paprika sauce. This sausage and bean casserole recipe serves 4-6 people and is perfect if you've got a lot of people to feed and want to do it cheaply and with no fuss. This easy sausage casserole recipe is certainly a classic that you'll want to make time and time again. The whole family will love it! This hearty sausage casserole takes only 15 mins to prepare and then it cooks itself, which is ideal if you're looking for something easy for dinner you can leave it and get on with other things. Plus, its ready in just 4 easy steps, so you know this sausage casserole is an easy recipe that you can make for a no-fuss midweek meal. Leftovers can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days, but make sure you reheat thoroughly before serving. This casserole is perfect served with crusty bread for dipping.

    • 3
    (302 ratings)
  • cornmeal dumplings

    Spicy beef stew with cornmeal dumplings

    Our cornmeal dumplings with beef stew are a comforting meal - perfect for any winter night. Cornmeal dumplings are really popular in Jamaican cuisine and are served as an accompaniment to a variety of dishes. We love the way they soak up the meaty juices from this beef stew. Making your own cornmeal dumplings is so easy. You can also use polenta is you can't find cornmeal.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Chicken casserole

    Chicken casserole recipe is a hearty, family meal made with all the joints of chicken and plenty of vegetables. Its comfort food packed with veg like mushrooms, carrot, onion and celery, so it can really help you and your family up your 5-a-day intake. Its also a great way to get your kids eating more veg as theyre mixed in with the chicken and make a tasty dinner! This easy chicken casserole only takes 1hr and 15 mins to cook and will serve up to 6 people. This casserole recipe would be perfect served with boiled or jacket potatoes, or rice. You can use all different cuts of chicken in this recipe try chicken breast meat, thighs or drumsticks. If you have any leftovers, make sure you store them in an airtight container in the fridge. Use within 2 days and thoroughly reheat in the microwave or oven before serving again. It will taste just as delicious so this a great dish to make on a Sunday evening and keep for your lunches during the week it will save you so much time and money! This chicken casserole is also a filling and nutritious meal that can fit in your diet. A portion of this delicious casserole works out at only 390 calories per serving and 13g of fat perfect if youre trying to she pounds in a healthy way!

    • 4
    (429 ratings)
  • French chicken casserole

    French chicken casserole

    French chicken casserole is a delicious variation of coq au vin, but made with white wine for a lighter finish - perfect for spring or summer. This deliciously moreish French chicken casserole recipe takes just 20 minutes to assemble and then it can be left to gently bubble away until it's thick and deliciously rich. Serve it up with some creamy mashed potatoes for a truly indulgent dinner that the whole family will love, or if you're trying to be good you could plump for some tasty fresh greens on the side instead. And we've got good news for calorie counters too, at just under 500 per portion, this recipe means you can have a really delicious dinner without worrying about any guilt.

    • 4
    (44 ratings)
  • Easy sausage and potato casserole

    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, so you won't have to be in the kitchen for long to prepare this delicious dish. This recipe for sausage casserole is perfect if you're on a budget or feeding a lot of people in one go, as the ingredients are cheap, and you only six ingredients to make it: oil, new potatoes, sausages, onion, green pepper and tomato pasta sauce. It cuts down washing up as the casserole is made in just one pot - we always a quick and easy recipe that means we won't have to lots of washing up after! This easy sausage casserole recipe uses readymade sauce but you could swap it for homemade instead, if you want to give it an extra special touch and invest more time in it. 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.

    • 4
    (144 ratings)
  • Slow-cooked chicken stew

    This delicious slow-cooked chicken stew is a hearty meal the whole family will love. If you've got a slow cooker, cook this delicious chicken stew for up to 6 hours for a lovely rich flavour. Just as delicious in the oven, this slow-cooked chicken stew is perfect for weekday family meals. This recipe serves 4 people and is full of flavour thanks to the garlic, rosemary and white wine which infuses this dish. After cooking this stew in your slow cooker, the chicken will be extra tender and moist, falling off the bone. If you'd like to cut the cost of this meal use chicken thighs as they're one of the cheaper cuts of meat, but you still get plenty of meat on the bone. This recipes serves 4 people.

    • 3
    (114 ratings)
  • Beef Stroganoff

    Easy beef stroganoff

    This easy beef stroganoff will become a classic warming winter dish in every household. Beef stroganoff is a traditional Russian dish made with tender cuts of beef, onions, mustard and parsley. The delicious dish is usually served with rice and maybe some warm, crusty bread - perfect for absorbing the creamy stroganoff sauce! This easy beef stroganoff is a simple and filling mid-week dinner that the whole family will enjoy. A real crowd-pleaser, this warming dish is sure to satisfy everyone, and is great if you're cooking for a family or big group of people. Plus, a portion of this tasty dish works out at only 380 calories which is great if you're calorie counting or trying to be good and eat healthily. This recipe serves 4 people, but you can double the quantities if cooking for more. The dish should take only 30-40 mins to rustle up.

    • 3
    (86 ratings)
  • James Martin's beef stew with dumplings

    James Martin's beef stew with dumplings

    This classic beef stew recipe is easy to make and perfect as a family meal on those colder winter days when you're craving warm comfort food. James Martin may be the king of weekend breakfast TV but he can also rustle up a delicious slow cooked meal. James Martin's beef stew with dumplings may take a little while to cook but it is well worth the wait. The rich flavours of the chunky beef stew are just waiting to be mopped up with a freshly made dumpling - once you know how easy they are to make, you'll be serving dumplings with all your casseroles. Just as lovely with lamb, switch the meats around so it never gets boring - trust us, once you try this recipe, you'll be making it again and again! This recipes serves 4 people and takes around 2hrs and 50 mins to make. It is well worth the wait and can be made in advance too so its on the dinner table at your preferred time.

    • 3
    (335 ratings)
  • Slow-cooked sausage casserole

    This slow-cooker sausage casserole recipe is ideal for the winter months, as its a delicious and filling dish that will warm you and your family. This easy slow cooker sausage casserole also saves on washing up as the casserole is made entirely in your slow cooker. This recipe serves 4 people and will take around 3hrs and 15 mins to slow cook - so make sure you prepare and cook in advance so you can have it on the dinner table at your usual time. The best part is that you can prepare ahead and carry on with your day as your dinner bubbles away. Its one our favourite sausage recipes using the slow cooker, and you can be sure the whole family will love it too. Because its cooked in the slow cooker, this sausage casserole has an intense and deeper flavour. With just 3 easy steps, this tasty recipe takes very little effort. Leftovers can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days. Make sure you reheat until piping hot before serving. You can also freeze leftovers to eat later simple make sure you use within 1 month and thoroughly defrost before reheating.

    • 3
    (106 ratings)
  • Quick and simple fruity pork casserole

    Fruity pork casserole

    This quick and simple one-pot pork casserole recipe costs just 1.32 per serving and works well using a slow cooker - just follow the manufacturer's instructions, easy! This delicious casserole is a family favourite that takes only 1hr and 15 mins to prepare and cook and serves around 4 people. Leftovers can be kept for the next day once cooled store in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days. Make sure you reheat thoroughly, until piping hot before serving again. This classic pork casserole has been given a fruity twist thanks to the apricots which work wonders together and really bring out the best flavour in the tender cut of pork. Plenty of veggies count towards your 5-a-day, even the kids will love it!

    • 3
    (104 ratings)
  • Sausage, pork belly and bacon casserole

    Sausage, pork belly and bacon casserole

    This easy sausage, pork belly and bacon casserole brings three cuts of pork meat together to make one mouth-watering casserole. This casserole has a thick, rich stock bursting with flavour thanks to the meat, onion and paprika, giving it a hint of spice too. This dish is ideal for cold winters days as it'll warm you through. The perfect alternative to your Sunday roast, serve this casserole with new potatoes and soft greens - the whole family is seriously going to love tucking into this dish! Leftovers can be stored in the fridge in an airtight container for up to 2 days. Reheat until piping hot and serve.

    • 4
    (7 ratings)
  • Port and prune casserole

    Pork and prune casserole

    This Woman's Weekly slow cook pork and prune casserole recipe is a time efficient and easy dinner for the whole family. This hearty slow-cook pork casserole recipe is easy to prepare and a sure family favourite. This recipe serves 4-5 people and will take around 2hrs and 20 mins to cook so make sure you prefer in advance so you can have dinner on the table at your preferred time. The prunes and pork work wonders together - the sweetness of the prunes really brings out the softness of the pork meat which falls off the bone. A portion of this warming recipe works out at only 393 calories per serving which is ideal if you're trying to eat a little healthier, you're counting calories or you're on a diet. This casserole is great for hiding veggies in too - ideal if you're trying to up yours and your little ones 5-a-day count.

    • 4
    (28 ratings)

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