Sausage Casserole

Here is one of those 'throw in the oven' recipes.  So simple to put together, great for weeknights, tasty and a great winter dish to warm you up.  

You will find the original recipe here Mum's Pantry - Sausage Casserole.  I've made this dish a number of times now and it is always well received from everyone here.  They love the flavour and it fills them up.  

Depending on the night I have dished it up with either steamed veggies, rice and even on top of buttered toast.

Since making this dish a few times I have changed a few small things however mostly stuck with the recipe.  

10 sausages
1 brown onion, diced
1 garlic clove, crushed
2 carrots, grated
2 x 400g tins whole tomatoes
2 cups pumpkin, cut into small cubes
3 potatoes, quartered 
1/2 to 1 cup water
1 tbl Vegeta
1 tbl cornflour

Preheat oven to 180 degrees.

Cut sausages into three on the diagonal.  Pour the tinned tomatoes into a bowl and chop roughly.

Place all ingredients into a large casserole dish.  Give it a good stir, place lid on and cook for 50 minutes.

 All ready for the oven.

Remove from the oven and give it another good stir.  If you prefer a thicker casserole add the cornflour and mix through.  I always add the cornflour.

Place it back into the oven with the lid removed for another 20 minutes.  I always check it halfway through once again giving it a stir and adding more water or cornflour if needed.

Serve with veggies, rice, or buttered toast.  

Dinner is ready.


  1. Soul Food...have you tried Becci's Train Wreck yet? Another good warming family meal. Have a great weekend xxx

    1. Becci's Train Wreck sounds interesting. Do you know where I could find the recipe? I've had a look at her blog.

      I hope you are enjoying your weekend so far.

    2. found it...the right name would have been helpful lol

    3. Got it. I like the look of this one too. The rice really bulks it up. Thanks Sue.


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