Sausage Bean Casserole

Sausage Bean Casserole created by Bergy

Winter warmer

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30mins
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  • Prepare beans according to package directions.
  • Cook sausage in skillet until brown; add remaining ingredients except beans.
  • Continue cooking vegetables until tender.
  • Add beans and cook until bubbly hot.
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  1. Bergy
    The sausage that I used was a "Honey - Garlic" type of Bratwurst, instead of Tomato Sauce I used hot salsa and the beans were canned Lima beans. The outcome was fabulous. I have a profusion of tomatoes and peppers in the garden so it was great to work them into this recipe.Although I did make some substitutions I feel they were within the realm of this recipe and did not constitute significant change in the intent of the original recipe. I have put two serving portions into containers to freeze and will add to this review when I reheat the frozen version. Thanks foxjen for a very tasty recipe — posted Aug 27, 2004 Added comments: I defrosted a serving in the fridge, reheated it over med low heat in a skillet and it was as good if not better after freezine
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  2. Bergy
    The sausage that I used was a "Honey - Garlic" type of Bratwurst, instead of Tomato Sauce I used hot salsa and the beans were canned Lima beans. The outcome was fabulous. I have a profusion of tomatoes and peppers in the garden so it was great to work them into this recipe.Although I did make some substitutions I feel they were within the realm of this recipe and did not constitute significant change in the intent of the original recipe. I have put two serving portions into containers to freeze and will add to this review when I reheat the frozen version. Thanks foxjen for a very tasty recipe posted Aug 27, 2004 Added comments: I defrosted a serving in the fridge, reheated it over med low heat in a skillet and it was as good if not better after freezine
    Reply
  3. Bergy
    Sausage Bean Casserole Created by Bergy
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  4. Ozzzie
    Delicious easy meal. I used 2 tins (400g) of chopped tomatoes instead of fresh. This will be one I make a lot! Thanks.
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  5. foxjen
    Winter warmer
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