Food Friday: Quorn Sausage and Chilli Bean Casserole


Hey guys and happy Food Friday! Hope everyone is good? Tonight on the menu is Quorn sausage and chilli bean casserole. For any of you who follow my blog, you will know I love tomato-based
dishes and I don’t eat meat. Hence all the Quorn dishes. However, if you would prefer to
use ‘real’ sausages, I have adapted step 1 just for you 🙂
So, let’s get cracking with this tasty spicy little number…
You will need:
4 Quorn sausages
Onion (chopped)
Garlic clove (crushed)
Small chilli (chopped)
Chopped tomatoes (400g tin)
Chili beans (290g tin)
Tomato puree (generous squeeze)
1 tbsp Worchester Sauce
Red wine (generous splash)
1 tbsp of dried herbs
Dried hot paprika (shake to taste)
Cracked black pepper
2 dried bay leaves (for presentation)
1.       Dry
fry the onion, garlic and chilli in a frying pan for a few minutes to release
the intense flavours. Keep stirring to ensure the onions don’t burn. (If you
are using real sausages, you will need to add them here with a little Olive oil
and fry gently for around 10 minutes).
2.       Then add the Quorn sausages, chopped tomatoes, chilli beans, a
generous squeeze of tomato puree, Worchester Sauce, a splash of red wine, and
a quick shake of the hot paprika and the dried herbs.
3.       Cover
the mixture loosely with a lid and let it cook through on a really low heat for
about 20 minutes. Be so careful not to let the sauce dry out though.
4.       Season
with cracked black pepper and serve with rice, couscous or crusty bread. I
whipped up some tasty sweet potato mash. Enjoy!
Serves: 2
Has anyone got any yummy recipes I could try? What’s your
favourite/signature dish?
Helen xoxo


  1. 8th August 2014 / 11:49 am

    That looks yummy, I'm a vegetarian so I'm going to enjoy your food posts 🙂 Great recipe! x

    Notes of Petranella

    • 10th August 2014 / 6:04 pm

      Aww thanks Elle! Likewise if you have any favourite veggie dishes please share 🙂 xx

  2. 8th August 2014 / 2:41 pm

    This sounds so yummy, Im not a vegetarian but Im not a big fan of meat an often eat quorn as an alternative, and this recipe sounds so yummy!

    Emma x
    Writing Essays With Wine

    • 10th August 2014 / 6:03 pm

      Aww thanks Emma 🙂 Definitely good to mix it up 🙂 xx

    • 10th August 2014 / 6:02 pm

      Aww thanks Mathilda. Following you lovely 🙂 xx

    • 10th August 2014 / 6:01 pm

      Aww thanks Jasmin. Oh yes definitely 🙂 H xx

  3. Mademoiselle Lala
    8th August 2014 / 8:33 pm

    aaaah I'm a vegetarian so Quorn is definitely for me. This sounds so yummy, bookmarking this page for sure! X

    • 10th August 2014 / 6:00 pm

      Aww thank you! Likewise if you have any great recipes please share 🙂 H xx

    • 10th August 2014 / 5:58 pm

      Aww you're welcome. I hope you both enjoy 🙂 xx

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