Quick sausage cassoulet topped with English muffin breadcrumbs! This easy one-pot meal is a gluten-free recipe to feed a crowd! A lightened up quick version of the classic French Cassoulet! Loaded with summer veggies, white beans, herbs, spices, chicken sausage, and topped with crusty English Muffins. It’s great for meal prep, a hearty breakfast, or a wholesome dinner!
Hey hey! So I’m sharing a different, but super easy and tasty recipe today! I’ve partnered with Udis Gluten Free new Gluten Free English Muffins to bring you this Quick Sausage Cassoulet Recipe with English Muffin Bread crumbs!
Let’s keep the junk free thinking going this week. Mmm k? No stinking thinking, all good vibes and NOURISHMENT for that mind! Yes, that’s my idea of junk free June. As mentioned in my tropical snack bars post. Ya, the junk free food idea sure helps as well. It’s all about the mind body connection. Wouldn’t you agree?
Which is why I am super stoked to share this gluten free cassoulet recipe with you today! Junk free for mind body soul. English muffin bread crumbs being the secret KEY ingredient, shhhh.
And of course, there is a story behind it! Here goes.
Have you ever resigned yourself to not being able to do something, whether it be big or small?I know I’ve told myself this way too often. A thought pattern that is definitely worth throwing out. Hence the JUNK free thinking.
That being said, French style recipes have always looked “too hard” for me. Daunting. Time consuming. But at the same time, I ADORE French food and miss the days of traveling the Southern France coast. Yes, first world problems. Anyway, today I decided to tackle that fear of French cooking and make it my own. I Cotter-ized a French recipe. Aka.. kinda sorta Americanized the traditional Cassoulet!
Hold up, let me put my French Beret so I can feel somewhat authentic, then we can chat a little more about this French dish. Ohhh la la!
You see, cassoulet is a rich, slow-cooked casserole, originating in the south of France. The dish is named after its traditional cooking vessel. Kinda like how us Americans named casserole creations after the casserole dish. Although I think cassoulet is more fun to say. Haha, Fancy schmancy.
Anyway… this hearty, meat-veggie-bean dish from southwestern France is really the ultimate one-pot meal. It’s usually slow-simmered for a few hours, then baked to perfection with crusty french breadcrumbs atop.
Are you swooning yet? Gah.. so so good.
Here’s where I tackled my fears and make my own version.
My quick sausage cassoulet recipe uses PRECOOKED gluten free chicken sausage, organic canned (BPA free) white beans, summer’s best stew veggies (love me some summer squash and kale), tomatoes, and wait for it….
Udis NEW Gluten Free English muffins. Toasted with a hint of garlic and them crumbled on top. This sourdoughish garlicky crusty topping totally makes the dish!! Yes, I lightened up classic French dish. And I made it gluten free. And I made it in under an HOUR! Don’t tell Julia Child, Mmm k?
Oh me oh my, these gluten free English muffins have been the latest obsession at our house. Whether it be for a breadcrumb topping or toasted with a smidgen of buttah. These Udis gluten free English Muffins taste nearly identical to the original, and are actually quite light. They toast up perfectly, ready to fill your stomach and warm your soul. BLISS!
In this QUICK sausage cassoulet, I used Udis Gluten Free English muffins for both a topping and as an accompaniment to the dish.Print
Ever tried Cassoulet? What’s your favorite was to eat English Muffins? Butter me up!