Penny2018-01-03T12:49:26+00:00 Total Recipe Views: 14,040 Bean Casserole By Penny Vegetable, Vegetarian English January 3, 2018 A tasty meat free casserole Cook: 55 mins Yields: 4 servings Ingredients 3 tblspn olive oil 4 celery sticks diced 4 medium carrot diced 3 leeks, trimmed sliced 2 garlic cloves, minced 100ml white wine or use water 2 tins chopped tomatoes Grated zest and juice of 1 lemon About 700ml hot vegetable stock Tin borlotti beans, drained Tin cannellini beans, drained Or use baked beans or mixed beans Dash of Worcestershire sauce Salt and pepper Fresh oregano and thyme leaves picked Directions 1Heat the oil in a large saucepan over a medium heat. 2 Add the celery and carrots and cook, stirring, for 7-8 minutes. 3 Add the leeks, cook for 3-4 minutes, then stir in the garlic and wine. Let the wine cook out for a few minutes. 4Add the tomatoes and lemon zest and season well. 5Add the stock, bring to the boil, then simmer for 30-35 minutes, stirring occasionally or until the vegetables are just tender and the liquid has reduced. 6Stir in the beans and Worcestershire sauce then cook for 5 another minutes. 7Remove from the heat and stir in the oregano or thyme and the lemon juice. 8Check seasoning 9Serve with crusty bread close full screen 00:00 10 Reviews Karen Martin January 14, 2018 Sorry to be stupid but where do I find the website for the recipes please? Thanks Uwinsc January 9, 2018 I thought this tasted ok, like the idea of doing it with sausages so might try that next time. Halved the recipe and it still easily made 3 adult portions. Really low in calories which was great. Used water instead of wine, mix of canellini and butter beans, bottled lemon juice (left out the zest) and fresh thyme. Sarah Curtis Scrafton January 6, 2018 Made this tonight with a tin of chick peas and a tin of black beans I found in the cupboard. Gorgeous. Fed 3 of us easily and I have 2 large portions frozen for lunches. Androfin January 6, 2018 Update on yesterday’s review: had 2 bowls of this yesterday and then today had 3 more portions, this time with sausages. And there’s still some bean casserole left! My partner had Quorn sausages and me and my son had regular frozen pork sausages (which kept the cost down). Some crusty bread ensured nobody left the table wanting more. Androfin January 5, 2018 Just made the Bean Casserole gift the first time…YUM! Feeling very virtuous too with all those veg and beans. My partner is a vegetarian so I made a replacement Worcestershire sauce (2 tsp HP Sauce mixed with 1 tsp of Smokey Barbecue sauce). The “serves 4” bit is, for once, not correct in a positive way…this recipe makes loads!! Will definitely do this again. Donna Walker January 3, 2018 I hate beans as much as I hate Brussels sprouts! I have the cooking thing down fine, it’s just everything else x Caroline Macfarlane January 3, 2018 Donna Walker u seen this site x Heather Westwood January 3, 2018 Fab! Thank you x Feed your family for about £20 a week. January 3, 2018 Yes , sauté the veg first then into a slow cooker but use only 400ml stock . P Heather Westwood January 3, 2018 Can you do this in a slow cooker?x Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.