Made these this weekend thinking I would have enough for a few meals. Sadly my gluten eating guests decided they were better than the burgers they had and helped me to gobble them up in one sitting. Very tasty and fun to make. I will make these again. Also going to try making and freezing to have on hand for a quick meal in a crunch. Made for ZWT6 Seasoned Sailor and his Sassy Sirens
Great ! I did as KE did and cooked them in the oven then served with sweet chili sauce. Luckily there are some left for lunch tomorrow !
I expected these to be more spicy, but in fact they are very pleasant. I had combined the mixture the night before, refrigerated overnight, and then baked them in the oven, about 30 mins at 180C to be nicely browned all over. DH has been snacking on them, so I've left them in the fridge for him to enjoy! very easy, very nice. thanks Lauralie!
Fantastic flavourful Thai sausages! Made exactly as stated, except that I char grilled them on skewers instead of pan frying and served with some fresh ginger, lemongrass and red chili peppers. Very tasty lunch. Thanks Lauralie!
These were really good. I added extra Curry Paste because...well, because I am on a mission to fry my taste buds before I die lol. They have a nice bite to them but nothing even kids can't handle (if you DONT add extra Curry Paste hehe). I served them with coconut rice and assorted dipping sauces so people had a choice
I liked these and they were easy to do. Nice flavor. I did cook them without the additional oil. Thanks for sharing your recipe!
I halved this recipe too and followed to the letter - delicious, moist little sausages! I was concerned about the amount of lime juice but I didn't need to be - they cooked up perfectly with a lovely blend of flavours - thanks Lori! I served with Thai fried rice.
I halved this recipe and used very lean ground pork. Instead of frying in oil, I grilled them, sop they had even less fat. I served them with rice, soy and hot and sweet chili sauces--delicious. thnkas, Lori!