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Recipe of the Week: Slow Cooker Sausage Casserole

16:03 25 February 2013

Looking for inspiration, why not try sausage casserole

Looking for inspiration, why not try sausage casserole


If you are looking for inspiration, why not try our latest recipe of the week – sausage casserole.


Take a packet of 8 sausages and grill them until nicely browned.

While these are cooking, fry a large chopped onion in a pan, when sauteed, add to slowcooker.

In the same frying pan, make some gravy up with Bisto powder/plain flour/water and add to frying pan, bring to boil and simmer, stirring all the time to avoid lumps, add to slowcooker.

When sausages are cooked, remove from grill and chop into bite size chunks, add to slowcooker along with a bay leaf, frozen peas and frozen green beans.

Give it a good stir and cook on low for 5-6 hours.

Serve with yorkshire puds and/or mashed potato.



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