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What to serve with sausage casserole

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MEgirl Mon 19-Jan-15 12:18:07

I've never made one before so thought I'd give it a try today. I've looked at several recipes with/without beans/potatoes etc. I'm thinking of trying one with beans but don't know what goes well alongside.

Ideas?

sliceofsoup Mon 19-Jan-15 12:19:53

Baked potatoes. Or mashed.

I made sausage casserole ages ago and had it with rice. But I think it was a bit weird.

madamginger Mon 19-Jan-15 12:23:13

I nearly always serve mine with rice. I make mine with baked beans and sometimes kidney beans as well to stretch it out.

LetticeKnollys Mon 19-Jan-15 12:24:14

I make sausage casserole quite regularly, I serve it with mashed or new potatoes (mashed is probably the nicest, and more traditional with sausages) and green beans.

MEgirl Mon 19-Jan-15 12:25:58

Thanks. Might go with mash for DH & DSs. DD doesn't like it so will have to give her something else. Not expecting the beans to go down too well. But at least they'll try most things at least once.

MaxsMummy2012 Mon 19-Jan-15 12:30:01

We have sausage caserole those 'bake your own rolls' you can buy, perfect for dipping - yummy

HowardTJMoon Mon 19-Jan-15 12:33:17

I normally just serve it with dumplings to be honest but then I do put loads of veg in.

CogitoErgoSometimes Mon 19-Jan-15 12:50:16

I serve it with brown rice. The recipe I use involves cooked sausages cut into pieces casseroled with peppers, carrots & onions in a tomato based sauce. Some cannellini beans stirred in towards the end so that they don't break up too much. Fussy eaters can be told that it's 'posh baked beans' smile

PolterGoose Mon 19-Jan-15 15:16:23

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TheGonnagle Mon 19-Jan-15 15:17:48

Sausage casserole has to have part baked bread of garlic bread with it in this house. Otherwise everybody sulks.

TheGonnagle Mon 19-Jan-15 15:18:17

Or garlic bread, not of garlic bread (must remember to proof read)

IHaveBrilloHair Mon 19-Jan-15 15:19:29

Crusty bread if it has beans, mash if it doesn't

Gatekeeper Mon 19-Jan-15 15:22:54

mashed potatoes and steamed dark green cabbage with a sprinkling of nutmeg on the top..yum!

middlings Mon 19-Jan-15 15:23:46

Bread! I serve with a multi seed bread I make in my breadmaker awaits thrashing for the evilness of breadmakers.

PrincessOfChina Mon 19-Jan-15 15:26:48

I whack lots of beans in and would just serve with greens - maybe green beans, broccoli. No wonder my DH is always hungry though looking at what you guys serve.

RemusLupinsBiggestGroupie Mon 19-Jan-15 15:32:54

We have it with either with crusty bread, or with hassleback potatoes. I put either butter beans or green lentils in the casserole.

RemusLupinsBiggestGroupie Mon 19-Jan-15 15:33:32

Oh and green vege, either savoy, sprouts or kale.

RumAppleGinger Mon 19-Jan-15 20:02:35

Yorkshire puddings, perfect for dunking. I put loads of veg in the casserole, peppers, carrots, onions, mushrooms, cherry tomatoes, pretty much anything that's in the fridge and needs used up.

piggychops Mon 19-Jan-15 20:03:15

Cheesy mash and cabbage

MuttonCadet Mon 19-Jan-15 20:04:54

Mashed potatoes in this house

Clueing4looks Mon 19-Jan-15 20:08:54

Oooooh it's served with bubble and squeak in my kitchen!

RemusLupinsBiggestGroupie Tue 20-Jan-15 16:45:28

Bubble and squeak = genius!

TSSDNCOP Tue 20-Jan-15 16:50:27

Jacket potato and red cabbage

Allalonenow Tue 20-Jan-15 17:01:14

I cook it with a couple of layers of sliced potato on the top, so it's all done in one dish.

SingRingPing Tue 20-Jan-15 17:32:38

Sweet potato mash or normal mash. Jacket potato if I'm feeling lazy. Broccoli, but we have broccoli with almost everything! I alway have a slice of bread too for the last dribbles!

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