Pheasant Sausage Casserole


Prep Time
20 minutes

Cook Time
4 - 6 hours

Our first slow cooker recipe! A filling and nutritious recipe for all the family, £1.28 a portion if you split it 8 ways and can be served on a baked potato, with pasta or rice. The beans are optional but makes the meal go further.


Serving 8
2 x Packs Eat Wild Pheasant Sausages
2 x Red Onion (fine sliced)
2 x Celery Stick (chopped)
2 x tbsp Rapeseed Oil
4 x Carrots (in chunks)
1 x Sweet Potato (in chunks)
1 x Tinned Tomatoes
1 x Tinned Beans (optional)
1 x tbsp Tomato Puree
3 x Thyme Sprigs
1 x Rosemary Sprig
1 x Beef Stock Cube
250ml x Water


1 x Frying Pan
1 x Slow Cooker
1 x Chopping Board
1 x Knife

1. Before putting

the onion in the slow cooker you need to fry it along with the celery over a low heat in a frying pan with a small amount of the rapeseed oil until it turns soft and starts to cook. This should take around 5 minutes, once done add to the slow cooker.

2. Add the

chopped carrots to the same frying pan that the onions were in for about a minute then add these to the slow cooker.

3. Pop the

rest of the oil into the pan and add your sausages, you can cut them in half either vertically or horizontally before adding them to the pan. Brown them all over then transfer them to the slow cooker, add the chopped sweet potato and the tin of tomatoes as well.

4. Put the frying

pan back on the heat and add 250ml of water, add in the thyme, rosemary, stock cube and tomato puree. Stir them all together until the stock cube has broken down. When ready add these to the slow cooker. Add pepper and if you want some cayenne pepper if you want a kick.

5. Leave the casserole

to cook for at least 4 hours on a high heat. 10 minutes before serving add in the beans to warm them up. The beans are optional but means the serving size will go from 4 portions to 8 portions, they are also high in fibre so really important for a balanced diet.

6. Serve

however you want, we did it with spaghetti this time but we think that it would suit a baked potato the best smothered with lots of cheddar.


Protein (100g)


Calories (100g)


Fat (100g)


Cholesterol (100g)


Selenium (100g)


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