Sausage Pasta Casserole

Easy to make, great family meal.

Method

1. Pre heat the oven to 180C.

2. Melt butter in large pot and add the chopped onions and saute until soft and translucent.

3. Add the sliced sausages and brown for a few minutes stirring occasionally to brown both sides and then season with salt and pepper

4. Add the tin of chopped tomatoes and allow to cook for a further few minutes and continue to stir to make sure the sausages are well coated in the tomato juices while cooking

5. Add 2 cans of tomato soup and a dash of Worcester sauce

6. Cover and let cook for 20 minutes in the oven

7. Add cooked pasta and sprinkle with cheddar cheese and cook for a further 10 minutes letting the cheese melt.

Ingredients

Salt And Pepper To Taste
Shredded Cheese 1 Cup
Worcester Sauce A Dash
Chopped Tomatoes 1 Tin
Tomato Soup 2 Cans
Butter For Frying
Onion. Chopped 1
Sausages 1 Lb
Pasta 250g

Hints 'n' Tips

Serve with creamy buttery mash potato and green beans

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What happens with the chopped tomatoes?
Jean - thanks for pointing that out I had not realised that I had missed out that step - really sorry and please see that I have now corrected the recipe and the chopped tomatoes should be added at Step for and before you add the tomato soup. Hope that helps and you enjoy my recipe. Best regards. Elspeth
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