Sausage Veggie Cornbread Casserole

"I don't now where I got this recipe but I'm sure I saved it because it puts a combination of some of my favorite ingredients in my favorite presentation - a one pot meal!"
 
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photo by Michelle_My_Belle photo by Michelle_My_Belle
photo by Michelle_My_Belle photo by Michelle_My_Belle
Ready In:
1hr
Ingredients:
13
Serves:
8
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ingredients

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directions

  • Heat oven to 425ºF. Grease a 9-inch by 13-inch baking pan.
  • In a large skillet, crumble sausage and cook till well browned, about 8 minutes, stirring often. Pour off excess fat, leaving a scant amount (1 teaspoon or so).
  • Add onion, bell pepper and garlic to browned sausage. Cook until tender, stirring often.
  • Stir in peas, tomatoes and thyme. Cook just until heated through, about 2 minutes.
  • Gently stir in okra.
  • Pour into baking pan.
  • Make topping:

  • Either: Mix up 2 packages of your favorite packaged brand.
  • Or: Combine the listed topping ingredients in a medium boml. Stir until smooth. Don't overbeat.
  • Spoon topping into pan around edges of sausage mixture.
  • Bake for 25-30 minutes or until golden brown.

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Reviews

  1. Pobrooke
    Yum Yum! This was delicious and a good way to use the okra we had rather than frying. I used hot sausage and that gave it an extra kick, which I loved but was a little too hot for the hubby! Will definitely be making this one again.
     
  2. Michelle_My_Belle
    ok i switched this up alittle bit veggie wise - to suit my familys tastes... i used green, red and yellow bell peppers, a bag of frozen corn, greenbeans, peas, and baby carrots, and the called for onion and i accidentally bought diced tomatoes with green chilis.. oh well.. ole! lol I used two boxes of jiffy mix - and def needed 25 minutes because at 20 the topping was still alittle uncooked... i put hot pork sausage on 1/3 of it and just hamburger on the other side - hence my foil devider in the pics.... I had enough topping to almost cover the whole top, and i just put big glops spaced out over the whole pan.. all and all a pretty good recipe
     
  3. Lil Sis
    This is so very delicious! Hubby requested that I make it at least once a week from now on! I used Jiffy cornbread mix for the topping. I only baked mine for 20 minutes and it was definitely golden brown by that point. Thanks for real keeper SusieQusie!!
     
  4. ksduffster
    I loved this and DBF was quite happy with it too. I only used a little okra in half the dish because it was our first experience with the vegetable and I wasn't sure if we would like it. But we ended up liking it, so I will probably use the whole portion next time. I used a cornbread mix and I spread the cornbread over the whole top, which we definitely liked. I think the cooking time was a little long for my cornbread mix. The package suggested 18-20 minutes, but I baked the casserole for 25 minutes based on the directions here. The topping was definitely golden brown at that point, although thankfully not burned! I think next time I will follow the baking directions for the cornbread since the oven doesn't seem to be necessary for the cooking of the casserole innards, just the topping. I will definitely be making this again. I will probably wait until it isn't 85 degrees out though! Thanks SQ!
     
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  1. Michelle_My_Belle
    ok i switched this up alittle bit veggie wise - to suit my familys tastes... i used green, red and yellow bell peppers, a bag of frozen corn, greenbeans, peas, and baby carrots, and the called for onion and i accidentally bought diced tomatoes with green chilis.. oh well.. ole! lol I used two boxes of jiffy mix - and def needed 25 minutes because at 20 the topping was still alittle uncooked... i put hot pork sausage on 1/3 of it and just hamburger on the other side - hence my foil devider in the pics.... I had enough topping to almost cover the whole top, and i just put big glops spaced out over the whole pan.. all and all a pretty good recipe
     

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