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Italian Sausage & Rice Casserole

I found the original of this recipe on Allrecipes.com. I changed it quite a bit to suit our tastes. The kids like it, too!

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  • Preheat oven to 325 degrees F.
  • Saute sausage, onion and red pepper until sausage is no longer pink and the onion, celery and red pepper has softened.
  • Drain off fat.
  • Put sausage mixture in a 2 quart ovenproof casserole.
  • Stir in rice, soup mix and water.
  • Bake, covered, at 325 F.
  • for 1 hour.
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  1. ELOISE H.
    This recipe is a hit. I cut up Italian hot sausage links (this is what I had on hand) added some pepper and a blend of green herbs (rosemary, thyme,marjoran, sage, savory, basil, oregano) and wow it was terrific. Next time I have to double the batch, it was that good. Thank you for the quick and tasty recipe.
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  2. didyb
    Well, it just didn't turn out that well. The noodles from the soup mix were mushy but the rice was not quite done after 70 minutes in the oven-- so it was mushy and crunchy. I'm glad other people liked it, but it seems many of them only used chicken broth instead of the soup mix.
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  3. didyb
    Well, it just didn't turn out that well. The noodles from the soup mix were mushy but the rice was not quite done after 70 minutes in the oven-- so it was mushy and crunchy. I'm glad other people liked it, but it seems many of them only used chicken broth instead of the soup mix.
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  4. Michelle S.
    The flavor of this casserole was quite good, the texture was just not my favorite I am afraid. I used hot italian sausage a little bit of yelloe pepper along with the red and a few chopped mushrooms that needed using. The flavor intensified once warmed up which was a pleasant surprise. I do believe this would make a lovely pot luck dish.
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  5. Lighty
    So I was looking for a way to use up a pound of turkey kielbasa, and this seemed like a good idea. Did I say good? I meant incredible! I used half of a large onion, 3 stalks of celery, and added about 1/3 each of yellow and orange peppers to the red. Like vivmom, I didn't have soup mix, but I did have the gelatinous goodness leftover from baked chicken, about a cup-full. I added another 1.5 cup of water to that, since I used thin basmathi rice, and it was a bit too liquidy. The dish sat in my warm oven for about an hour before it was served, and both my parents, who rarely eat a full plate, had seconds! I'm so glad I have leftovers!
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