Easy Chicken and Sausage Cassoulet

Hubby and I have been doing quite a bit of fall cleaning recently. We’re trying to de-clutter our tiny Boston condo. After a productive Saturday afternoon of moving furniture around and cleaning, the last thing either of us wants to do is slave away in the kitchen to make dinner. Enter this Easy Chicken and Sausage Cassoulet recipe. With only about 20 minutes of prep work, it cooks for two hours in the oven. And while you’re off taking care of chores, dinner emits the most enticing smells from the oven.

To learn more about this Easy Chicken and Sausage Cassoulet, head over to Cooking New England for the full post and recipe.

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    Aiko — January 14, 2013 at 11:21 am

    This has been a great hit this winter in “ski country” –easy to make with (pretty) easy ingredients to have on hand (once you buy the bag of sliced almonds, frozen cranberries, and almond extract!)
    First time I made it as written. Delicious but very strong almond flavor. Second time I reduced the 1/2 c sugar on the cranberries to 1/4 cup, sub’d fine cornmeal for 1/2 the flour and reduced the almond extract by half. Pretty tart but almost all my friends liked it better (and if you want it sweeter you can add the whipped cream or ice cream…) and it is a nice counterpoint on a dessert buffet of sweeter brownies and cookies.

    Thanks for the recipe! Hope you are doing well in Ohio.

    • beantownbaker — January 14th, 2013 @ 3:45 pm

      So glad you’ve enjoyed this. I loved how simple it was to make! Almond extract definitely has a strong flavor, so I can see cutting it down for sure! Ohio is treating us well so far.

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