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Sausage Casserole

2019-03-06 21:24 #0 by: Leia

This evening I tried out a recipe from the book “Tom’s daily plan” by GB Olympian Tom Daley!

As an Olympian, it’s his job to know all about eating healthy so i’ve taken his ‘mums sausage casserole” and adapted it to be gluten-free! I simply replaced flour and Worcestershire sauce with gluten free alternatives found in the free from isle at ASDA!

I think it came out really well and I really enjoyed the root veg mash and it’s a great way to enjoy a bunch of veg all in one! My only recommendation is to have two people to help prepare the ingredients and this took some time!

Would you be interested in making this??

All the best, Leia

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2019-03-06 21:25 #1 by: Leia

Here is the recipe!

All the best, Leia

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2019-03-06 22:57 #2 by: jordan

Do you have any tips for preparing swede? I have never done it before!

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2019-03-07 10:14 #3 by: Niklas

Isn't swede just like potato mash made with potatoes and carrots?

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2019-03-07 19:47 #4 by: Leia

#3 Swede a vegetable itself! The recipes boils Swede, Carrots and Parnsip to make a Mash!

#2 Just as you would the carrots and parsnips, peel and cut into chunks! Swede is much thicker so make sure you have a strong and sharp blade.

All the best, Leia

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2019-03-08 09:14 #5 by: Niklas

Aah, ”kålrot” in Swedish!

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2019-03-08 23:28 #6 by: Leia

#5 is it related to Sweden in anyway? 

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2019-03-11 09:40 #7 by: Niklas

It was a common vegetable in Sweden long ago. Other than that I don't know. The orange mash itself used to be quite common too.

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