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    Easy and Tasty Sausage Casserole

    Whack the oven on to 180.

    Stick half a pint of hot water in a jug, add stock cube, add a good blast of tomato puree, add to that some mixed herbs, black pepper, a little salt and a nice dose of garlic. Give it a good mix up.



    Chop a couple of onions and a good handful of mushrooms and then put them in a casserole dish, pour the liquid over the top.



    Add to this mix 450g of good sausages, and then add a tin of heinz baked beans and make sure it's all mixed in nice and the sausages are covered by the liquid.



    Cover and place in the oven for about 1hr 15 mins.


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    I have just made this recipe up and will report back in about another hour when it comes out of the oven.

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    Good stuff, imagine that's going to turn out pretty damn tasty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TafkaB
    Good stuff, imagine that's going to turn out pretty damn tasty.
    If it turns out the way I hope, then I will be very happy as it takes less than 10 mins to prepare and get in to the oven.

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    Tastes very good, however next time I would fry the onions for 5 mins before putting in to the dish, as it is now the onions have too much of a raw taste to them for my liking. Still tastes good but frying first would certainly improve on the recipe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles
    Tastes very good
    I bet you it does mate like most Stodge does.

    Simple basic ingredients never fail to deliver.

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    You sure them sausages are cooked through noodles look a bit raw

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    Probably made for a noisy trombone concerto tween the sheets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daveboy
    You sure them sausages are cooked through noodles look a bit raw
    It's the northern style of cooking.
    Raw meat.
    For added authenticity, grate one block of lard over the dish prior to putting in the oven.

    Serves 16.

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    Take out those horrible beans... semi-cook the sausages first; maybe top with a layer of mash, to nicely brown; why not grate some cheese (not lard) on top too... yum.

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    Not to demean yr great culinary attempts EN, but by coincidence I had a sausage casserole on Saturday night on the occasion of the Udon Thani international cricket club outing.
    It reminded me just how disgusting English food was.

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    What some people consider food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke
    It's the northern style of cooking. Raw meat.
    I woke up starving the other night so I made myself a bacon and HP Sauce sanger - couldn't be arsed to cook the bacon though.

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    I think you should give the snags a quick fry first.
    And what's with the baked beans? (again)
    By the way, I tried your Leek and carrots and guiness stew recipe.
    Fucking excellent, thanks. That will be going into the family cookbook and we'll be eating it for generations to come.

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    Why not make toad in the hole with the sausages?

    And add the onions to the dough

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    I've noticed baked beans tend to be a consistent ingredient in your dishes EN
    What brand do you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by good2bhappy
    I've noticed baked beans tend to be a consistent ingredient in your dishes EN What brand do you use?


    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles
    and then add a tin of heinz baked beans
    You're welcome.

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    By the look of those sausages, you're gonna be spending a while in that outside toilet

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    ^He's probably dead by now, shame really, he used to make me laugh.

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    Looks like a nice gravy to cook in.

    By the way. I couldn't help but notice the spoon you were using. From the pattern, It looks like a 1930's Herbet Special. Could be worth a few quid? So rare it's not even on Wiki or Google.
    Is the Pyrex dish insured (rare 1 pint model)?
    Black diamonds? I shit 'em.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog
    ^He's probably dead by now, shame really, he used to make me laugh.
    Actually the whole lot went back in the oven for another 30 mins with the heat turned up to 200 and it was all okay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles
    Actually the whole lot went back in the oven for another 30 mins
    Poof.

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    Just had the leftovers, heated-up in the microwave with some grated cheese over the top. Lovely.

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    I'd brown the sausages and onions first. Nothing more 'orrible than pinkish sausages, even if they are cooked.

    Must admit, i often do a same sort of dish. I use Cumberland like sausages. Good comfort food in the winter. Add some curry powder to the leftovers for the next day!!

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