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would anyone else do this?

#1
Thinking of tea for tonight and not much choice as have got nothing out but sausages.
Would this work ?
If i cooked a few packets of batchelors pasta in sauce to fill a csserole dish size.
Cooked my sausages and cut them up and added dish
Added some veg and grated cheese.
Put it in oven just to all heat through together for 5 mins
If anyone can help me out be great
 
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bilsat

Really likes to cook
#2
If you have any tomatoes then add them to the pasta and sausages, season with S & P, when plating up add the cheese and let it melt on top!
If you have a slow cooker you could add all the ingredients and leave to cook itself, after browning the sausage............
I am doing a slow cooker sausage & beans, picture tomorrow!
Pete
 
#3
I have no tomatoes in. I couldnt put the batchelors pasta in sauce in the slow.cooker though could i?
Can u post the sausage and bean recipe for me pleasr mite try that for tea if have rite ingredients in
 

bilsat

Really likes to cook
#6
Here is my recipe..................



Pete’s Slow-Cooker Sausage & Beans-2


Serves 4

Ingredients

4 Sainsbury’s “Be good to yourself” extra lean
Cumberland Sausage (0.5 syn each)
4 Sainsbury’s spicy & succulent mini Chorizo’s (2 syns each)
400g Baked Beans
400g Cannellini Beans, rinse in hot water
400g Chick Peas, rinse in hot water
400g Chopped Tomato’s
500mL Knorr Rich Beef Stock-Pot Stock
1 large onion
4 slices smoked bacon, finely cut into strips
1tsp paprika
1 chilli, deseeded and chopped finely
Splash of light soy sauce
Splash of Worcester sauce
1tbsp Tomato Puree

Method

Spray a frying pan with Fry Light and cook the onion, chilli, sausages & bacon until cooked.

Switch the Slow-Pot to “high” and add the beans, add the Worcester sauce, soy sauce, thyme, paprika & 500mL of the stock.

Cut the sausage into 16 pieces and the Chorizo’s into 8 pieces, add to the
Stock-Pot with the other frying pan ingredients.

Bring to a boil and add extra stock if required, to cover the ingredients and then turn the heat to”low”
 

bilsat

Really likes to cook
#7
Here is my recipe..................



Pete’s Slow-Cooker Sausage & Beans-2


Serves 4

Ingredients

4 Sainsbury’s “Be good to yourself” extra lean
Cumberland Sausage (0.5 syn each)
4 Sainsbury’s spicy & succulent mini Chorizo’s (2 syns each)
400g Baked Beans
400g Cannellini Beans, rinse in hot water
400g Chick Peas, rinse in hot water
400g Chopped Tomato’s
500mL Knorr Rich Beef Stock-Pot Stock
1 large onion
4 slices smoked bacon, finely cut into strips
1tsp paprika
1 chilli, deseeded and chopped finely
Splash of light soy sauce
Splash of Worcester sauce
1tbsp Tomato Puree

Method

Spray a frying pan with Fry Light and cook the onion, chilli, sausages & bacon until cooked.

Switch the Slow-Pot to “high” and add the beans, add the Worcester sauce, soy sauce, thyme, paprika & 500mL of the stock.

Cut the sausage into 16 pieces and the Chorizo’s into 8 pieces, add to the
Stock-Pot with the other frying pan ingredients.

Bring to a boil and add extra stock if required, to cover the ingredients and then turn the heat to”low”

 
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#9
I wouldn't put pasta n sauce in the oven, they will come out a stodgy lump I would imagine, because of the way they are preserved in the packet with the powder (sauce mix). They are not really produced to be cooked in an oven.

If you want to do a sausage pasta bake type dish. I would use plain pasta, cooked al dente (still with a slight bite to it) and make up your own tomatey sauce with lots of veg.

this is my sausage casserole dish, which would be great served with an side of your choice

http://www.slimmingeats.com/blog/sausage-casserole
 


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