- 1 each Bell PeppersYellow and green (chopped)
- 1 Onionchopped
- 4 Sausages
- 2 PotatoesBoiled
- 1 tbsp salt
- 1 tbsp pepper
- 1 pack baked beans
- ¼ cup Water
- Vegetable oilTo fry
- 1-2 Green Chilli
When it comes to enjoying simple yet fulfilling dishes, casserole plays a role for many reasons at this point. Casseroles define baking and instant cooking, along with detailed cooking in a reliable manner. Now it may feel confusing about how can one technique be relevant for both types of cooking? Well, it’s not hard understanding what it means once you come to know what casserole it?
Now for many readers, casserole may be a new word, and they may not be able to understand what these words mean at first glance. Let us elaborate it a little for you.
What’s a casserole?
Generally, the casserole is known as a stew cooked slowly in oven. However, another meaning of casserole is a large saucepan style deep dish that is used for both oven baking and as a serving vessel. Casseroles are known for saving time and space with its cooking technique and saves up a lot of time on our hands. People tend to put many ingredients all together in the casserole tray and bake them all together to save up any stove time.
Furthermore, casserole dishes are also found differences in style and making. Some people consider casserole in the form of the recipe; some know it as dishes because of their cooking preferences. In short, meals made in the oven are casseroles, and they all have different methods to follow.
Casseroles are a one-dish meal that only needs specific ingredients at the side and all four-sided heat to cook. That’s why most dishes baked in the oven in a casserole dish are casseroles for many cooking lovers. Casseroles represent both detailed and simple dishes. Like sometimes, you want your meal to be more flavorful and worth your time, and sometimes you want to dump everything in one bowl and bake it. It’s all worth the time if you do it in a casserole.
Do casseroles cost much?
If you are worried about spending your cash on casseroles, it all depends on how much you put into the casserole plate. As we mentioned earlier, whether you are cooking a complete meal in that casserole or dumping in all the ingredients at once to cook faster, it depends how much time and money you wish to spend on what you’re making.
It is known that quick and easy recipes are mostly fat; for example, butter, cream cheese, and heavy cream come in the list of instant cooking ingredients, and undoubtedly, they are delicious but full of fat. However, if you make a once casserole dish with silken tofu and skim milk, that will be a whole different case regarding flavor and fat.
Overall, it is proven that from both perspectives, oven cooking gives flavor to instant and detailed cooking.
LETS COOK A CASSEROLE DISH!
Until now, we know you imagine a delicious casserole dish to try, so why not we make your craving easier for you. We are going to share a recipe that is not only worth your time but will be satisfying your taste buds not once, but every time you make it.
We will be sharing two different ways of making sausage and potato casserole to give you the ease of cooking time as both methods are acceptable and delicious in their way.
Heat the vegetable oil in a pan. Take almost 3 tablespoons of vegetable oil and preheat it for 5-7 minutes.
Put all the chopped vegetables together and mix them well until they turn a little soft.
Add the sausages in sliced form and cook the mixture for 7-10 minutes.
Cut up the potatoes and add them to the mixture. Make sure you add them last if they are boiled; otherwise, they will break. Do not add big non-boiled slices of potatoes into the mixture, or they will not cook properly.
Add salt and pepper and mix orderly for 5-7 minutes.
Lastly, add baked beans—green chili (chopped in small pieces) and parsley into the mixture.
Mix the whole mixture and cover it with lid. Adjust the heat at low temperature and let it cook for 5-10 minutes.
Serve hot and fresh in a beautiful casserole dish.