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Really enjoyed this, made from ingredients in my store cupboard. I browned the sausages first rather than boil them - just personal preference. I used Benjamin's brand of mild Indian curry paste, and a mango and orange chutney. Didn't have apples of any description, so added a teaspoon or two of banana and coconut relish which was lurking in my fridge. Omitted the peas. It took less time to cook than stipulated. A very tasty, cheap meal, which I'll make again. Thanks Jan.
This is a fabulous, kid friendly, curry. I really enjoyed the addition of apple sauce, made it quick and easy to throw together. Didn't use the carrots as I'm not really keen on them but did use slightly more peas than stated. Thanks Jan for a lovely meal.
I love this recipe. I have made it twice.I leave out the ginger as not keen on it. I also only use 1 onion and 1 garlic clove. I use half of what it says of curry powder. Don't like hot food!
Really yummy!! Only thing I didn't have was fruit chutney so I used some mango pickle, really great flavour, I might try with a different meat next time, would be great for leftover roast meat I think.
Best Curried Sausages I have ever had and I am 61 years of age so have had plenty. Great balance of flavours. Thanx for the recipe.
This was amazing.. Beautiful flavours..and a big hit.. Didn't change a thing... Thank you.
Thank you so much for sharing this recipe!! We love it!!
I added extra curry as was mentioned by a few, left out the peas but was still absolutely delish, will definately make this again. Thanks :)
What a deliciously authentic tasting recipe! I used tofu sausages as I am a vegetarian but it still tasted great. I have tried curried sausage packet mix where you just add it to the sausages and pop it in the oven but this recipe beats any overprocessed packet mix! You could really taste the individual flavours of the dish such as the curry powder, ginger, garlic, applesauce and coconut milk but it also mixed together well to produce a tasty overall result. Will definitely be making again and this recipe will be going in my book for future usage.
didn't have coconut milk so substitued tin chopped tomatoes very nice - what a wonderful way of jazzing up boring old sausages