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Food: Low Carb Sausage Casserole Recipe

Last weekend I planned on having a full on cooking weekend and storing up some recipes to share on this ol' blog, because I feel recipes have been few and far between (well, aside from this post, I guess), and pretty much all of my attempts were fails.

All except this little guy! 

Low Carb Sausage Casserole Recipe


This little guy ended up being pretty tasty.

And, since we're now heading into the Autumn months, I thought it would be the perfect recipe to share.

Also, I think this may be one of the only recipes I've done that doesn't involve carbs, so there's that.


Low Carb Sausage Casserole Recipe

Now, I used Muscle Food sausages in this recipe, purely because I was lucky enough to receive some from them, but you could totally use some Heck Chicken Sausages, or whatever sausages you fancy.

I'm 99% sure these are 1 syn each, so this recipe would be 2 syns, however it would be all different depending on the sausages you use. 

Low Carb Sausage Casserole Recipe

You could totally make it even more 'speed' friendly by adding more veg, but I only had peppers left. 

You could also get all adventurous and add some different herbs and spices; but if you just want to create the tasty meal I made (sassy girl emoji) then here you go!

Low Carb Sausage Casserole Recipe

Recipe:

Serves 3

6x Muscle Food Chicken Sausages*
1 Onion, chopped
1 Garlic Clove, crushed
1 tbsp of Lea & Perrins
1 Chicken Stock Cube (not made up)
1 tsp of Spicentice Italian Seasoning*
1 Tin of chopped tomatoes
1 Red, Yellow, Orange pepper, chopped
1 Can of mixed beans (in water), drained

1. Spritz a frying pan with Fry Light and chuck in your sausages. Fry until they're slightly brown, then remove from the pan (it doesn't matter if they aren't fully cooked).

2. Add a couple more sprays of FryLight into the pan, then add the onions and garlic. Fry together until the onion is transparent.

3. Add the chopped tomatoes, Lea & Perrins and Italian Seasoning and stir. Then, fill up the empty chopped tomatoes can half way with water, pour over, then sprinkle over a stock cube. Combine and leave to simmer for around 5 minutes.

4. Whilst it's simmering, chop your sausages into little chunks, then once the 5 minutes is up, chuck your sausages and peppers back into the pan. Leave to simmer (with the lid on) for around ten minutes.

5. After the ten minutes, stir, add the mixed beans, stir again, and then place the lid back on for a further ten minutes.

6. You should then be ready to serve and enjoy.


*Items with a star next to them mean I was lucky enough to be sent these items, however I'm not being paid to mention them, and I'm only doing so because I genuinely enjoy using them!


5 comments:

  1. Your low carb sausage casserole recipe is awesome. Have tried it in my dinner party and all loved it. Thanks for sharing it. Have prepared two more dishes and got recipe idea from Nom. Keep sharing such delicious recipes.

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