Speedy Sausage Casserole Recipe

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Looking for a quick, easy and delicious mid week meal to make for your family? Then look no further because this speedy sausage casserole ticks all those boxes. It's one I've been making for years now so I thought it was high time I actually got around to blogging it, and showing you that you don't need to slave over the stove for hours to deliver a hearty meal.

I mean, this casserole might cook in the oven for an hour, but the prep is so easy as it's made with a recipe mix so a lot of the punchy flavour is already done for you. Meaning that this casserole is a super speedy meal without much prep to make it flavoursome. 

I use a Schwartz Sausage Casserole mix in this and this give a tomato base with paprika, red bell peppers and oregano for a warming and hearty sausage casserole. It is a bit of a change up really as most casseroles I do have a stock base, so it's nice to have something a little different. 

I used pork sausages for this recipe but chicken, turkey or vegetarian sausages all work really well too. I guess it's all down to preference really. 

And so, as part of this recipe, you will need

1 sachet Schwartz Sausage Casserole Recipe Mix
1lb sausages (your preference)
1 sliced onion
2 tbs tomato puree
6oz sliced mushrooms
½ pint) cold water

But you can also mix this up to give you the flavours you prefer. You could add a tin of chopped tomatoes instead of water, replace the mushrooms with chopped pepper, and even add in extra items such as beans, or a bit of chilli to give it a kick.

Directions for this recipe

1. Pre-heat oven to 180ºC, 350ºF, Gas Mark 4.

2. Fry sausages until browned and then drain any excess liquid before adding the onion and cooking down for a couple of minutes until they'e softened. Add tomato puree and cook for a further minute.

3. Mix sachet contents with water and add to casserole dish. Add the contents of the frying pan into the casserole dish and add mushrooms. 

4. Cover and cook for 1 hour.

So, if you're looking for a tasty and easy to prepare casserole, then look no further than this recipe. You could even add it in the slow cooker so that it's hot and ready for when you get home from work. 


  1. I do a lot of meals with schwartz mixes, theres nothing easier than their chicken casserole, some diced chicken, some prepacked casserole vegetables mix the sauce and slow cooker it. Makes a lovely meal with some mash

  2. Looks very tasty and warming, especially during this cold spell!

  3. Always looking for cheap but thrifty meals and this looks easy and delicious

  4. Quick, easy and satisfying meals are so important at the end of the day. This casserole looks delicious. I must check out Schwartz sachets.

  5. We make casseroles, but usually from scratch. We must try the packet mixes as it would save quite a bit of time on the preparation!

  6. Scrumptious - bet its delicious - quick and easy


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