This simple gluten free sausage casserole can be made with gluten free or non gluten free sausages. It’s the perfect sausage casserole for kids because the sausages are chopped up.
If you are wondering what to do with leftover sausages then this cooked sausage recipe could be the answer.
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If you’re looking for a quick and easy meal that the whole family will love then this simple sausage casserole is the answer. I’ve been making this recipe for years so I thought it was time I shared it with you.
I don’t know about you but often we can end up with sausages left over. So if you’re looking for a cooked sausage recipe then this will be great.
If you don’t have leftover sausages then just cook the sausages while you make the sauce.
To make the sausage casserole for kids, I chop the sausages up and pop them into the rich sauce. If you were serving all adult then feel free to leave the sausages whole.
How to make gluten free sausage casserole
Sausage casserole is an easy dish to make if you’re new to cooking.
Firstly you need to prepare the vegetables.
Start by chopping the onion finely.
If you’re not sure how to chop that onion then watch this video:
Then wash, peel and slice the carrot into thin pieces.
Finally chop your clove of garlic into fine pieces or use a garlic crusher.
Place all the prepared vegetables into a large saucepan or casserole dish with enough water to cover (and a little oil if you like). Then place the pan on a high heat with the lid on and allow the water to boil. Keep checking the water level and the softness of the vegetables. You don’t want this to boil dry and burn the veg.
Once the vegetables are soft (5-10 minutes) add the remaining ingredients.
While the vegetables are softening, place the sausages under a medium heated grill and cook as per the instructions on the packet.
Once cooked add them to the vegetable sauce and simmer on a low heat with the lid off until the sauce has thickened. If the sauce is too thick add a little more water.
What to serve with casserole
I personally like to serve my sausage casserole with cooked seasonal vegetables, mashed potato or gluten free pasta.
However here are a few other ideas for what to serve with casseroles:
Homemade potato wedges
Corn on the cob
Other gluten free casserole recipes
I have a few other simple gluten free casserole type recipes and so do my blogging friends. Some of my recipes are very old and the photos are terrible. Trust me though. The recipes are great!
Slow cooked chicken Italian by FabFood 4 all
Cheesy Mexican rice bake by Crunch and Cream
Vegan mediterranean butternut squash casserole by Everyday Healthy Recipes
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Gluten Free Sausage Casserole
- 6 sausages - gluten free if required
- 1 red onion - finely chopped
- 1 clove garlic - finely chopped
- 1 large carrot - chopped into small pieces
- 100 g frozen peas
- 1 tsp smoked paprika
- 1 tin chopped tomatoes
- 1 tbsp tomato puree
- 1 tsp worcester sauce - Tiger Tiger do a gluten free one
- 150 ml water - or low salt stock
- 1 1/2 tsp mixed dried herbs
- 1 bay leaf
- 80 ml red wine - (optional)
- Grill the sausages for 10-15 mins until cooked through. Chop into bite sized chuncks when ready and set aside
- Place chopped onion, garlic and carrot into a pan with a little oil and a little water. Put the lid on and cook on a low heat for approx 10 mins until soft (adding more water if neccessary).
- Add the remaining ingredients including the sausages and cook uncovered for approx. 20 mins, adding extra liquid if the sauce becomes too thick (or taking the lid off completely if the sauce isn't thick enough)!