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A simple but tasty filling pie for those cold evenings. It's good served with veg and roast potatoes, mmmm!

Kent, England, UK

109 people made this

IngredientsServes: 5

  • 1 packet puff pastry
  • 1 roll of sausage meat
  • 2 tins of baked beans
  • sprinkle of garlic

MethodPrep:10min ›Cook:45min ›Ready in:55min

  1. Preheat the oven to 190 C / Gas 5. Roll puff pastry out to cover base of tin. Keep left over pastry for the lattice top.
  2. Spread sausage meat over pastry base and sprinkle over garlic or any other herbs you wish. Pour in 2 tins of beans.
  3. Roll out left over pastry. Cut strips to go over top of pie, brush with milk and place in oven until cooked and golden brown (about 40 - 45 minutes).

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Reviews in English (11)

Something else.I added some grated cheese on top of the beans before adding the pastry strips.-03 Apr 2010

Altered ingredient amounts.i used sausage squares easy to just place on pastry and chopped and fried some smoked bacon and scattered over the beans then covered with cheese before putting on the strips of pastry yummy also will leave out the garlic next time-30 Jun 2010

sounds really good shall try this tomorrow-27 Jan 2011

Baked bean pie

Prepare to end of step 4 a few hours ahead chill. Add 10 mins cooking time.

Heat the oven to 200°C, fan 180°C, gas 6. Melt the butter in a frying pan on a medium heat and fry the onion for 10 minutes, stirring frequently, until soft. Leave to cool.

Season the beans add the Tabasco and Worcestershire sauces. Tip into a pie dish (20cm wide x 7cm deep).

Mix the cheese with the softened onions and season. Scatter over the top of the beans in the dish. Brush some of the egg onto the rim of the dish, then unroll the puff pastry over the top. Trim off the excess pastry.

Use a fork to press down the pastry all around the edge of the pie to stick it to the dish. Brush the pastry all over with beaten egg, and make a small steam hole in the middle.

Bake for 40 minutes until golden brown and bubbling. Leave to rest for 10 minutes before serving with the steamed greens.

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  • Meat-free
  • Dairy-free
  • Vegan
  • Gluten-free
  • Can be made soy-free
  • Low-fat
  • Can be also made nut-free
  • Packed with fiber, protein, and several vitamins & minerals (from the white beans)
  • Healthy
  • Hearty & satisfying
  • Versatile

Recipe Summary

  • 2 cans (15.5 oz. size) each cannellini beans and chickpeas (garbanzos), drained and rinsed
  • ⅓ cup olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon chopped fresh rosemary leaves
  • ½ red bell pepper, sliced
  • ½ yellow bell pepper, sliced
  • 1 poblano chile, sliced
  • 4 medium garlic cloves, chopped
  • 1 ½ pounds cooked Italian sausages, such as Saag's or Aidells, cut into 1-in. chunks
  • ¼ cup fresh oregano leaves

Prepare fire as directed below. Mix ingredients except for oregano with 3/4 cup water in a 4- to 6-qt. cast-iron camp dutch oven. Cover.

Arrange coals for bottom heat cooking and cook, checking pot and stirring every 10 to 15 minutes, and adding more water if stew gets dry, until peppers soften and sausages swell, 30 to 45 minutes. Serve with oregano sprinkled on top.

Prepare the fire. If you have a campfire going, move any large pieces of still-burning wood to the side and level out your hot coals to fit the size of the dutch oven. If the campground doesn't allow wood fires, burn 50 charcoal briquets till they're mostly gray, 10 to 15 minutes, and spread into an even layer the size of the dutch oven.

Set up the oven. For many recipes, you just set the dutch oven on top of the hot coals ("bottom heat cooking"). But there are times when you'll need to heat both the top and bottom of the oven. Just scrape about half the coals to the side and arrange the rest in a circle the size of the dutch oven's outer edge. Set the oven on top of the circle of coals, then pile the rest of the coals on top of the lid.

Start cooking. Lift the dutch-oven lid occasionally to check the food and temperature. To decrease the heat, scrape away some fuel. To increase the heat, or to cook longer than 45 minutes, add 6 to 10 new briquets or more wood embers (from that still-burning wood you moved to the side of your firepit) every 30 minutes.

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So Easy to Make

Now that's Wintery, I really struggle to keep on top of things while the nights are darker. Maybe I suffer with SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder), but I start to need really easy chuck-everything-in kind of recipes.

This is no exception. But it tastes amazing with its rich baked bean tomato sauce, reduced down with a touch of ginger, soothing tumeric and it's so easy on the palette.

In fact, the only bit of work (other than chopping up veg) you need to do is sear the sausages in the pan prior to placing in the slow cooker to prevent them from disintegrating in to the pot.

You can skip it of course, but I find it's more satisfying to get to get bigger chunks on my fork.

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Slow Cooked Sausage Casserole

For ease, I much prefer my slow cooker to cook between 3-4 hours on low or 6-7 on high.

If you don't have one and you're often short of time (or need to free yourself up a little), then I can't recommend them enough.

Not all meals have to taste the same (something my friend used to moan about), but I think they do when using those store-bought sachets.

Oven Baked Sausage Casserole

Another way to cook it is the traditional way, on low in a lidded casserole dish in the middle of the oven at 160 degrees for around 3 hours.

Stove Top Healthy Sausage Casserole

Another way you can cook this healthy sausage and bean casserole on a Slimming World diet is, in a lidded pot over a low simmer. Cook on very low for around 2 hours or until thickened.

Instant Pot Sausage and Bean Casserole

As for multi cookers, I haven't tried this Slimming World sausage and bean casserole in it yet. But generally, I find it doesn't necessarily need as much water. Saying that, if you do try before me, then be careful as beans and tomatoes can often catch on the bottom.


  • Total Time 55 minutes
  • Preparation Time 5 minutes
  • Cooking Time 50 minutes
  • 8 sausages
  • 500g sweet potato (peeled), diced
  • 1 onion, diced
  • 800g chopped tomaotes (2x tins)
  • 400g cannellini beans (1x tin), drained
  • 200g sweetcorn (1x tin)
  • fresh coriander (to server - optional)
  • sour cream (to serve - optional)
  1. Grill the sausages and chop into chunks, meanwhile peel, chop into chunks and par boil the sweet potato (for about 5 mins)
  2. Sweat the onions then add the chopped tomatoes, cannellini beans, sweetcorn, sweet potatoes and sausage chunks - bring to boil then simmer for 40 minutes
  3. Serve with fresh coriander and sour cream (optional)

Once you've tried these 3 bean sausage rolls you may want to try some more pastry fillings. For some sensational puff pastry ideas visit my guide 25 Awesome Puff Pastry Recipes for Vegans.

As you can see I served them nursery style with chips and peas.

How to make a vegan stew:

To start, we are going to sautee onion, garlic and red pepper. You want a large heavy bottom pan &ndash I used my Le Creuset shallow casserole dish. Once the onion is soft and translucent add the garlic and red pepper. Cook until the pepper has softened as is starting to slightly brown.

Next comes sundried tomatoes (my favourite way to add umami flavour), tomato puree, dried thyme and smoked paprika. Stir and let fry for a minute. The oil from the sundried tomatoes will stop it from burning.

Now you can add the tinned chopped tomatoes, vegetable stock, bay leaves and balsamic vinegar. For the sundried tomatoes you want the ones in oil and for the stock I used one stock cube for 350ml water. We let this simmer for 20 minutes until the sauce is nice and thick.

Whilst this is simmering, you can fry the sausages in a little oil. You can either leave them whole or cut them up. I cooked them whole for the photos, but cut them up before serving. If you cut them before you fry them you&rsquoll get nice crispy sides!

The tinned cannellini beans can now be added, they need about 5 minutes. After this, taste and season with salt and pepper. I find it doesn&rsquot need much salt as the vegetable stock has salt in it.

Add the sausage to the stew, remove the bay leaves and it&rsquos ready to serve! I love serving this with some fresh crunchy bread to soak up all the juice. Mashed potato is also great!

Whether you serve it on it&rsquos own or with a side it&rsquos a delicious, healthy and wholesome meal that all the family will love! It freezes well and will keep in the fridge for a few days too.

If you wanted some added veg, try adding in spinach or kale in the last couple of minutes! If you want to switch up the beans or have different beans in your cupboard you could try butter beans, haricot beans or chickpeas!

Serve leftovers for breakfast or lunch &ndash it would be delicious with some breakfast hasbrowns or leftover sauteed new potatoes!

For more comforting recipes you may enjoy these!

    &ndash black beans cooked in a flavourful smoky chipotle sauce and topped with roasted sweet potato! &ndash vegan chorizo style sausages, pepper and peas make for a super fresh and zesty paella! &ndash wholesome red lentil shepherds pie topped with a creamy cheesy sweet potato mash!

As always if you make this vegan sausage and cannellini bean stew be sure to leave me a comment, rate this recipe and tag me on Instagram. I love seeing all your photos of my recipe recreations!

Don&rsquot forget to follow along on Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram &ndash I&rsquod love to see you all there!


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