This sausage bean casserole is a very delicious way to use up sausages and any beans that you need to use up. We used black beans for this which turned the liquid quite brown so it can be replaced for aesthetic reasons.
In this recipe we use dried finger chillies- you can find our recipe for them here.
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Flour is used in this recipe to add thickness to the casserole to stop it from being too liquidy. You could alternatively use cornstarch instead in the mix. Alternatively, you can omit the dried finger chillies if you don’t like the spiciness.
Sausage Bean Casserole Recipe
Sausage Bean Casserole
- 3 medium red onions
- 3 celery
- 6 sausages
- 4 tbsp black beans (cooked)
- 1 large carrots
- 1 garlic
- 300 ml stock liquid
- 1 canned tomatoes
- 5 tbsp flour
- 9 dried finger chillies
- Preheat oven to 180 C fan on
- Add the black beans to the casserole dish!
- Cut up the onions then brown them evenly then add them to the casserole dish, do the same with the carrots, garlic and celery.
- Cut the finger chillies into the casserole dish.
- Add the stock then cut the sausages then flour them. Add the flour, chopped tomatoes and sausages to the dish then mix everything.
- Cover the dish then place in oven for an hour and a half; remove for the last 30 minutes.
- Take out of the oven then leave for 2 hours to cool. Then eat.
We hope you enjoy this sausage bean casserole! We have a few other casseroles which you might want to try.
- Spicy bean casserole– this spicy casserole uses chilli and meat and creates a sensation that you want to come back to! Perfectly thick and filling- you must try it out!
- Chipolata casserole– got any chipolatas? Well, this recipe might be for you! All the herbs and spices bring this casserole to another level! Why don’t you try it out next time!
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