Mrs. Earline’s Sausage and Noodles Casserole


We have a favorite casserole dish around here, at the Moby farm. It’s my friend Jeff’s mom’s creation and it’s just wonderful. We love it. Simple and adaptable, it’s served here at least once or twice a month. If you let us know, we’ll set a plate for you when it comes around!

It’s super simple. You take a pound of sausage, like in a roll or just some ground sausage and fry it up. Not super fine, in small chunks is just fine. Bite sized. Drain it.

Boil up a small box of spaghetti or angel hair pasta, or really whatever pasta you have on hand. Wavy noodles, rotini, whatever is in the pantry.

Drain and toss in the pan with the sausage. Then add either… one can of cream of mushroom soup and a can of milk, OR some sort of white sauce… like an Alfredo? Or even a southern gravy? We’ve done all and they are super good.

Now you can stop there if you want and it’s super good. Just warm it all up together and serve with a salad or some bread.

If we have them, we add some veggies like peas or carrots, onions, broccoli or cauliflower. It’s all good. Fresh peppers and onions diced and sliced and sauteed with the sausage is really good, too.

It’s just one of those dishes that you can make any ol’ way you want from your pantry stash and it’s always good. I think it’s the noodles and sausage that really make it good. It’s better than say, hamburger or whatever else. And it’s not pricey at all. You can whip up a batch for under $5 and that is good savings for a family. Give it a try, you’ll love it.

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the banjo player for Deepwater Bluegrass, and the editor of as well as the main graphic designer of the Westvon Publishing empire. She is a renaissance woman of many talents and has two lovely daughters and a rehab mobile home homestead to raise.

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