Tuesday, 15 April 2014

Easy slow cooker Quorn sausage and bean casserole

Quorn sausages are really tasty, and it's so simple to pull together a really tasty slow cooker meal with them.

This delicious Quorn sausage and bean casserole take minutes to pull together, and is something the whole family will tuck into. It's delicious on cooler evenings - the hot paprika gives it a little kick to warm you up.

It works well if you substitute meat sausages too - our son loves it with good quality pork sausages!

Slow cooker Quorn sausage and bean casserole
Serves three-four people

Six chilled or frozen Quorn sausages
Two large, or three smaller different coloured peppers cut into decent bite size chinks
One onion, diced
Two tins chopped tomatoes
One tin mixed bean salad
One vegetable stock cube
Two teaspoons hot smoked paprika
One teaspoon ground cumin

Put everything in the slow cooker and give it a good stir.

Cook on low for about six hours; you can get away with another hour or so if you're using frozen sausages, or cook on high for three or four hours.  Give it a stir half way through if you can.

I use a slotted spoon to serve this, to drain off some of the tomato juice.  I also serve it with homemade potato and sweet potato wedges.

Tuck in, yum!

I'd love to know what you think if you make this... did it work for you?

if you like this post, you might also like my slow cooker chickpea and spinach curry or slow cooker Quorn chilli.

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  1. Hello, just made this recipe and putting it on to cook while we go for our new years day walk. Thanks, Tanya x

    1. What a great start to the new year! Hope you enjoyed it x

  2. Made this today as my first ever slow cooker recipe. Loved it. Thanks x

    1. Thanks so much for letting me know, glad it went well for you x

  3. Love your Blog !Tried this last night,my fIrst ever slow cooker experience-loved it,thank you for sharing :)
    Nessa XX

  4. Going to try this tonight.
    But can I use a tin of beans instead of mixed bean salad and if so would I have to use less tinned tomatoes?

    1. Yes I feel sure this would work too - hope you enjoy it :-)