Sep 18, 2012

Another Lazy Sunday Casserole

Another Lazy Sunday Casserole

I made a simpler, faster and just as tasty a version of my Lazy Sunday Casserole. If you’re into easy, rustic dinners with maximum flavour… this one’s for you!

I combined all my favourite ingredients—potatoes, sausages, carrots and onions—and flavours (ranch and jalapeños) and put them in one big ole casserole. Prepping this baby is so easy, and the oven does all the work.

What more could a girl (or guy) ask for?

 
Ingredients:

4 pork sausages
1 1/2 pound red potatoes
1 pound baby carrots
1 large red onion
4 tbsp oil
1 jalapeño
2 small garlic cloves
3 tsp ranch seasoning
salt & pepper

 

Directions:

This has to be my all-time favourite seasoning, really.
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You can chop everything by hand and mix it, or you can use your food processor. I used my spice mill instead.
 

My jalapeño was blazing hot so I used only one. If your jalapeños are mellower you can use two as well. Deseed them and give them a rough chop.
Another Lazy Sunday Casserole

 
Is it just me or are home-grown peppers a heck of a lot spicier than store-bought? Something I noticed with my Anaheim’s as well.
 

Combine the oil, garlic and jalapeño and blitz.
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Looks wicked, doesn’t it?!
Another Lazy Sunday Casserole

Stir in the ranch seasoning.
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It almost looks like a pesto. Really sticks to the vegetables.
Another Lazy Sunday Casserole

 
I left the skin on my potatoes (thoroughly scrubbed them) but feel free to peel them.
 

Cut the potatoes and onion in wedges. I bought pre grated baby carrots and sliced them in half. Put everything in a casserole and coat them with the flavoured oil. Reserve some for the sausages.
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Cut each sausage in three equal parts.
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I use pork sausages because they seem to stay moister even after longer cooking time than beef sausages. Feel free to use beef sausages or a mix of both.
 

Add the sausages and brush them with the remaining oil.
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Season with a little kosher salt and black pepper.
Another Lazy Sunday Casserole

 
Place the casserole in a preheated oven at 200C° (400F°) for 45 to 60 minutes, depending on the size of the vegetables. Flip the sausages halfway through the cooking process!
 

Everything about this casserole screams comfort!
Another Lazy Sunday Casserole

Another Lazy Sunday Casserole
Ingredients
    4 pork sausages
    1 1/2 pound red potatoes
    1 pound baby carrots
    1 large red onion
    4 tbsp oil
    1 jalapeño
    2 small garlic cloves
    3 tsp Ranch seasoning (recipe is at kayotickitchen.com)

Directions
    You can chop everything by hand and mix it, or you can use your food processor. I used my spice mill instead.

    If your jalapeños are mellower than mine are you can use two as well. Deseed them and give them a rough chop. Combine the oil, garlic and jalapeño and blitz. Stir in the ranch seasoning.

    Cut the potatoes and onion in wedges. I bought pre grated baby carrots and sliced them in half. Put everything in a casserole and coat them with the flavoured oil. Reserve some for the sausages. Cut each sausage in three equal parts. Add the sausages and brush them with the remaining oil. Season the casserole with a little kosher salt and some black pepper.

    Place the casserole in a preheated oven at 200C° (400F°) for 45 to 60 minutes, depending on the size of the vegetables. Flip the sausages halfway through the cooking process!

Meal type: Main course, Casserole, Pork
Servings: 4
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    11 Comments »

    1. 1

      I love your Sunday casserole recipes. I’ve made three of my own versions (different spices, etc.) and they’ve all been incredibly easy to make and delicious. Thanks for the inspiration!

      jenn on Sep 18, 2012 @ 1:30 pm Reply
    2. 2

      This casserole looks great!  With the weather getting cooler, this is just the thing I love to make to make the whole house smell awesome without taking too much effort on a football day!
      Thanks!

      KateG on Sep 18, 2012 @ 3:35 pm Reply
    3. 3

      Yum. I call my recipes like this “easy bakes” Anything you can stick in the oven and walk away from wins in my book!

      Bree on Sep 19, 2012 @ 3:36 am Reply
      1. Amen to that :)

        Kay on Oct 1, 2012 @ 1:45 pm Reply
    4. 4

      This looks delightful! For some reason, I’m picturing a version made with lamb merguez and maybe even a couple of raisins thrown in…

      Dawna on Sep 21, 2012 @ 1:12 am Reply
    5. 5

      A friend put a link to your original Sunday Casserole on facebook and I made a version tonight (chicken apple sausage, sweet potatoes instead of white and add rutabaga) it was SO GOOD. I’ve been looking around your site and have to wonder if I was Dutch in another life. Any one of your traditional Dutch recipes could be my favorite meal. I’ll be busy cooking this fall and winter!

      Sarah Bonn on Sep 21, 2012 @ 4:42 am Reply
      1. Chicken apple sausage? That sounds so good. Do you buy them like that or make them yourself? We don’t have anything that comes even close to that here in NL. They barely started selling chicken sausages here!

        Kay on Oct 1, 2012 @ 1:46 pm Reply
    6. 6

      thank you for this recipe. I made it last night and my husband and I loved it! Sunday nights are sometimes such a struggle, but this recipe was perfect. Easy, no fuss, and delicious!! perfection

      Marcy on Oct 15, 2012 @ 1:46 pm Reply
    7. 7

      I am loving your Sunday casseroles!  I was wondering if you have tried any of them in a crockpot?  Thank you for sharing!

      Brenda on Nov 1, 2012 @ 3:00 pm Reply
      1. Actually, I haven’t. Haven’t even thought about that. Might not be a bad idea.

        Kay on Nov 8, 2012 @ 10:08 am Reply
    8. 8

      this was delicious,,,loved by all

      laurie on Feb 1, 2016 @ 5:01 am Reply

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