19 Reviews

We liked this very much. Used italian seasoning instead of the basil, added some chopped fresh garlic and used crushed tomatoes instead of diced- I think the diced would be better and I will try that next time. I used a combination of sweet and hot sausage and it was really good. Served with some stir fried broccoli. Thanks Fluffy!

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Miraklegirl November 25, 2003

i'm always looking for easy cassaroles and let me tell you this is easy. my boyfriend who never likes any cassarole i make (hey im new at this cooking thing) told me to add this puppy to my cookbook. we are on a low glycemic index diet so i switched the white potatoes for sweet potatoes and it was da bomb. thanks fluffy (we call it the fluffy cassarole lol)

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zoé302 July 11, 2003

This was just delicious! We are eating low carb so I switched the potatoes to sweet potatoes. I thickened the sauce with 2 tbsp of tomato paste during the last half hour of cooking. Served with freshly grated parmesan on top....mmmmm! If we weren't watching our weight I would have soaked up the juices with some fresh crusty bread. Great recipe and definitely comfort food. I will certainly make this again. I have attached a photo for you. Thanks for the recipe!

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mums the word February 12, 2013

Love this recipe . I made it with mild Italian chicken sausage. Really cuts back on the fat and calories. Took your suggestions and used Italian seasoning,and fresh mushrooms.Served with a salad and garlic bread. A great meal.

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lovelylinda903 January 18, 2011

This was delicious! I added a variety of vegetables and a few extra seasonings... The only thing was it had to be cooked much longer otherwise the potatoes were still undercooked after 1.5 hrs. This will definitely be made often!

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jessicarice February 26, 2010

I really liked this one. I used just one onion, and I threw in some chopped fresh mushrooms that I had in the fridge. Once I put it in the pan I sprinkled some Italian breadcrumbs and Parmesan cheese on top before baking it. That helped soak up some of the juice. I used two 15 oz cans of tomatoes, I drained one and put it the juice of the other. I think next time I'll use about half of the juice of one can. This recipe is great because it's adaptable to whatever veggies you have. I'll be making this again!

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Zanni May 29, 2007

Really good! I left out the spuds for a lower carb option, used diced italian tomatoes. Even better the next day for lunch. Very easy too. Thanks for a keeper.

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SammiCat May 28, 2007

Simple & easy works for me. Flavor was outstanding. I used diced tomatoes with basil & garlic (all I had on hand). Tasted even better the next day for lunch. This will become a regular in our house. Thanks for the recipe.

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Justin's Mom May 24, 2007

What a tasty tasty meal. This was so quick and easy to throw together. Excellant comfort food, the sausage and potatoes and vegetables were tender and the sauce was rich, flavourful and delicious. I used hot italian sausages, next time I will try a blend of hot and sweet sausage. Thanks very much for sharing.

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Baby Kato April 24, 2007

This was delicious! I made a day ahead and refrigerated...removed any fat that hardened at the top and reheat individual servings in microwave....thanks

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jellyko April 01, 2007
Italian Sausage Casserole