sausage casserole

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the lake lady

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right boys heres tonights tea.

Hope you like it as much as i do

Herby Sausage Casserole

Serves: 4 people
Prep time 10mins Cooking time 45mins

Ingredients

130g diced bacon
1 onion, peeled and sliced
454g pack herby Lincolnshire sausages
1/2 litre beef gravy
410g can baked beans, drained
400g can chopped tomatoes
2 tbsp fresh parsley, roughly chopped
seasoning

Method
Preheat the oven to 220C, 425F, gas mark 7.

Warm a heavy based pan over a moderate heat and gently fry the bakon bits for two minutes.

Add the onion and continue to cook gently with as little colouring as possible.

Heat a large frying pan and brown the sausages on all sides, remove them from the pan.

Allow to cool and then cut in half widthways.

Add the gravy, beans, tomatoes and herbs to the casserole mixture then bring to the boil.

Stir in the sausages, cover with a lid and reduce the heat, cook gently for 40 minutes
Serve with loads of mashed potatoes.
 

The Saint

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Hi Hazel,instead of putting recipes on the forum why not just put an open invite to dinner? [:)]
 

nomorelongwalks

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quote:Originally posted by the lake lady

not got enough chairs phal1967

Hazel
you wont need many more chairs,at the last count there was only 7672 MDer's [:D]
 

nomorelongwalks

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pmsl [:D][:D]

your'e gonna need a bigger dish as well then [:D]
 
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pieman

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sounds loverly hazel, but can i have cumberland sausage.[:p][:p][:D][:D]
 

izzack2

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I'm going to try your curry recipe Hazel, but with some little green chilli peppers in and some coconut milk,
 

Simon R

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Thats just bloody spooky

Just about to sit down to my girlfriends speciality - sossie casserole - served in a giant Yorkshire pud.

Simon
 

Fishy

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Depends which Thai curry your talking about though doesnt it as they make more than 1 lol

Think the Point David was making was that the recipe is for a hot curry and by putting coconut milk and substituting the red chillies for the green it wont be hot like the recipe originally intended.
 
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