Casseroles are extremely versatile. They’re quick and easy to make and they’re perfect for just about any occasion: potlucks, week-night dinners, or you can make a big casserole over the weekend and eat it all week long.
I made this Paleo Beef Polish Sausage Casserole for one of our Paleo Porn movie nights and potluck with the Paleo Chicago Meetup group.
I used beef sausage to accommodate one of our friends who doesn’t eat pork. You can always use pork sausage if you prefer, but I found the beef sausage worked really well with the vegetables I used.
Regardless of the type of meat used, just be careful when buying your sausage. Some companies like to fill their sausage with chemicals, preservatives, and even sugar. I like to buy from U.S. Wellness Meats, because I know they use only quality ingredients.
This recipe is easy to adjust to feed as many or as few people as you want. Whether you’re making it for a potluck or a large family, you can double the batch and increase the size of your baking dish to feed more mouths.
If you’re only cooking for one or two people, increasing the size of this dish will make it last longer so you only have to worry about cooking once or twice during the week.