By skim Posted May 18, 2015 In Recipes, Sausage Seven Layer Casserole Dinner2015-05-182020-06-17https://www.johnstons.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/header-with-badge92.pngJohnston'shttps://www.johnstons.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/header-with-badge92.png200px200px 5 Seven Layer Casserole Dinner Print Recipe Courtesy of Alice Mae Macdonald Servings 4-6 Servings 4-6 Seven Layer Casserole Dinner Print Recipe Courtesy of Alice Mae Macdonald Servings 4-6 Servings 4-6 Ingredients layer of sliced raw potato layer of sliced carrots layer of pork sausage 1/4 cup rice uncooked layer of sliced onion 1 can (398ml) canned peas with juice 1 can (284ml) tomato soup (plus 1 Can Water) Servings: Instructions Grease casserole dish well, place ingredients in casserole in order given and cover with a can of tomato soup and one can of water. Bake at 350°F for approximately 2 - 2 ½ hours. Helpful hint: Casserole or small roaster with lid is appropriate. Share this Recipe Alice Macdonald, BC Pork, Casserole, Casserole Recipe, Grandma Alice, Johnston's, Johnston's Pork, Pork Sausage, Recipe, Sausage Casserole, Sausage Recipe, Seven Layer Casserole Dinner Showing 5 comments Carl September 3, 2018 Reply This is an easy and delicious meal. I used to make this years ago… and I have it cooking in the oven now! Pam December 28, 2018 Reply Not sure with directions: place ingredients in order given and then says top with soup? Do we use soup twice? Thanks skim January 4, 2019 Reply Hi Pam! Sorry about the confusion. We corrected the recipe and the soup is meant to be used only once at the very top. Thank you for helping us clarify the recipe 🙂 GLORIE MILLER August 15, 2019 Reply Can you use pork chops instead of sausage skim August 28, 2019 Reply Hi Glorie! Using pork chops instead of the sausage may change the taste and outcome of the recipe, but if you’re feeling adventurous, we say, “Go for it!” We’d love to hear of your results! 🙂 Leave a Comment Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.