Pheasant Sausage Lasagne

Any of our friends that were coming to stay for the weekend knew they were going to get my twist on a classic lasagne, using sausages instead of classic mince. This is a great recipe to smuggle more vegetables into a child's diet too.


Prep Time
20 minutes

Cook Time
45 minutes

Perfect to make in advance and leave in the fridge. If you are worried about the pasta being too hard you can soak it in water while you make the sauces.


Serving 8
  The Meaty Bit
3 x EW Sausage Packs
250g x Button Mushrooms
150g x Baby Spinach
3 x Garlic Cloves
300ml x Creme Fraiche
1 tbsp x Plain Flour
150g x Cheddar Cheese
6 - 8 Lasagne Sheets
1 x Red Chili
To Taste Salt & Pepper
  Tomato Sauce
500g x Passata
1 tbsp x Fresh Sage
1 tbsp x Fresh Thyme
1 tbsp x Sugar
2 tbsp x Tomato Paste

1. Start making the

tomato sauce by mixing together the passata, chopped sage and thyme (you can use dried if you don’t have fresh), tomato paste and sugar. Once mixed together season with salt and pepper then put to one side.

2. Now begin on the

main lasagne. First brown up all the sausage meat, you will need to squeeze it out of the skin and into the pan. Break up the sausage with a wooden spoon, it might be easier to use two to speed the breaking up process.

3. Once most

of the meat is browned you can add in the flour, chili, button mushrooms, crushed garlic, creme fraiche, spinach (you can use normal if you can’t get your hands on baby) then let it simmer away for a few minutes.

4. Take a large dish

and spread your meaty mixture on the base followed by the tomato sauce on top. Then place the pasta sheets (we are a fan of lentil sheets so it is gluten free and higher in fibre) across the tomato layer. You can repeat this until you have run out of sauces.

5. On top

of the final tomato layer add the grated cheddar cheese. Cover in foil and then pop in the preheated oven ( 200C/180C Fan/Gas 6) for 30 minutes. Check and remove the foil then leave the cheese to crisp up on top.

6. We like

to serve it with petit pois and garlic bread.

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