Casseroles are delicious on any day, especially colder ones. I have adapted many of my recipes so they are gluten free. Always read the labels to be sure ingredients are gluten free. Or be like me, cook mainly from scratch as so many ingredients are naturally gluten free.
This sausage casserole is enough for 1 person and I frequently cook it when my hubby as a different meal that I know will not agree with me.
Cut about 150 gm. of potatoes into bite size pieces. The cooking time is faster if they are smaller. Add 1/4 cup of frozen French cut green beans, 1/4 cup of pre frozen carrots and 3 small Johnsonville gluten free sausages.
I freeze fresh carrots in portion sizes and they are easy to add to casseroles. I also freeze chopped onion on a cookie sheet and then just add a few to my casseroles.
I use Club House gluten free gravy. These are quick and easy to use, just mix contents of packet with required water and heat in the microwave. Stir well when it come out. I then add a dash of mustard and ketchup. Check labels for gluten free variety.
Add ingredients to casserole dish, pour the gravy over, and mix in. Cook for 35-45 minutes at 350 F. Be sure potatoes are soft.
You could eat directly from the casserole or plate it up for a delicious meal. This is a versatile recipe that can be doubled for 2 people or you can use veggies that you prefer instead of what I used.
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This looks delicious and so glad to see a recipe for a small portion. I live alone and hard to cook for one and always have so much of everything left to freeze.
Thanks again for your recipes and craft projects. I am anxious to see your brown bag projects.
Happy St. Patrick’s day.
Hi Vondean, you should visit my friend, Marie’s, website and see her recipes for 2, smaller versions of recipes. (hope the link is clickable) https://www.theenglishkitchen.co/search/label/cooking%20for%20two?max-results=12
I have used many of them, and if I just want it for myself, the second portion is saved for another meal.