Hearty potatoes, smokey BBQ tempeh, tofu eggs, and vegan cheese come together to create the perfect vegan breakfast storm. Vegan Sausage Casing. 2. I love it because it is so easy to make but it is also packed full of flavour and is very filling, as well as being a very healthy meal. Heat the oil in a flameproof casserole dish and fry the onion for about 5 minutes, or until softened. Add the garlic and fry for 1 minute. Yes, the same ingredient used to make delicious summer rolls/spring rolls can also be used as a fantastic vegan sausage casing. Veggie Sausage Casserole. Vegan Lentil Sausage Casserole is baked and makes a nice statement when it is set on the table. Vegan Potato & Sausage Casserole. Get yourself some vegan sausages, friend! A rich and smoky vegan sausage casserole full of roasted vegetables. This can easily be made the night before and popped into the oven first thing in … This step is totally optional, however, you can easily make a sausage casing with rice paper sheets! Photo: Layers of Happiness. This vegan sausage casserole with lentils and farro is a regular on my meal rotation; particularly during the colder months. Rice paper sheets completely transform in texture, when fried, and add that delicious light crisp. If using the oven, preheat to 190C/170C Fan/Gas 5. It’s also packed with veg goodness…cherry tomatoes, baby carrots, and chestnut mushrooms. Serves 4. This vegan sausage casserole is ideal for those colder rainy days when you fancy something warming and indulgent. Print recipe; Share this Dairy-Free Egg-Free Gluten-Free Vegan Wheat-Free Ingredients 675g ; potatoes, peeled and cubed ; 2 tbsp vegetable oil Eggplant Parmesan. Super easy to make and definitely a crowd-pleaser. This casserole hits all of the breakfast comfort food criteria. There are many different veggie sausages on the market - just find a brand you like and use it for this casserole. This potato and sausage casserole will hit all your comfort food spots. This comes together in under an hour in the oven for a relatively hands-off dinner that the whole family will love. I’ve used two different vegan sausages (Linda McCartney and Marks and Spencer) in this casserole. Very simple to make with the addition of meatless sausage added for texture and more protein.