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... Italian sausage cassoulet...


The weekend is here!  It'll be another cold one for us, lacking in snow that would make the weather all the more bearable.  Oh well.  If it's been a long week for you and you're wondering what to fix for dinner tonight, allow me to introduce this.



So easy, so delicious. This is a "throw together in the oven and let it do some magic" kind of meal.  Serve with a salad and some crusty bread, perhaps a glass of red wine, and you're set.



Recipe thanks to a video I saw over at Three Many Cooks


Ingredients you'll Need
1 package Italian Sausage
I package cherry tomatoes
2 cloves garlic, sliced
sprinkle of tarragon
1 - 1 1/2 onions cut into wedges
2 bay leaves
olive oil for drizzling on top
balsamic vinegar for drizzling on top
salt and pepper
3 cans of white beans

Add everything but the beans to a deep roasted dish.  Cook at about 375 for 50 minutes.  Remove from oven and stir in beans.  Your house smells fantastic at this point.  Cook for another 10-15 minutes until bubbly, remove from the oven, and serve.  Now that...that was easy!

Comments

  1. this looks so good. if i provide the wine, will you come over and cook it for us? :)

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  2. I love wine at your home, so yes.

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  3. That sounds easy but oh sooo good! Great recipe... I would love to have it with some homemade bread...yum!

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  4. Very good point- homemade bread to sop of the juicy goodness is key!

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  5. Laura. We made this last night for dinner. Dishes = 1 roasting pan and 1 cutting board/knife?? Prep time = 4 minutes?? I had everything in my pantry aside from Italian Sausage?? DELICIOUS??? YES PLEASE. It was perfect and WILL be made again. Great work ;)

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  6. way to sell it auds! glad it worked out so well!

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  7. So you weren't kidding when you said this makes your house smell great. Can't wait to dig in!

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