Thursday, 25 February 2016

Cupboard Casserole

On a cold, relaxing Sunday having had a busy weekend and not really caring for going shopping, we all really fancied a nice warming casserole! Here is an easy solution with what we had in the house that really ticks the boxes.

1-1.5kg Potatoes, 1cm cubes
3 onions, chopped
2-4 apples, 1cm cubes
12 sausages (from the freezer, defrosted)
2tbsp flour
dried sage
150ml cream
250ml stock or potato water
250ml cider

Put the oven on full. 
In a separate pan, boil the cubed potatoes for a few mins.
In a casserole pot, brown your sausages and set them aside on a plate.
In the same casserole pot, soften the onions & apples in some oil. 
When soft, stir in the flour, then the stock & cider. Bring to the boil.
Remove from heat, add the sausages & the cream, cover with the potatoes (try to place them on the liquid). 
Pop it in the oven. It'll need an hour on full or if you can wait, turn the oven down to 180C and leave it for 2 hours. If it starts getting too brown on the top, pop a lid or foil on. 

Feeding the family wholesome food can be easy and is essential. Don't get me wrong, we love a burger as much as the next person but nothing beats home-cooked food which warms you from within!

What's your favourite warming food?


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