By JustJanS on December 03, 2006
Photo by Peter J
Photo by Peter J
"Curried sausages are quite popular comfort food in Australia, this is my recipe that I have made commercially for many years and have had lots of compliments for."
Serving Size: 1 (423 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"I did everything up to the end of step 3, then i put it all in the slow cooker and continued from there. I cooked it on low for about 2 1/2 to 3 hours and it was delicious. We loved it and i'll definately use this recipe again. Very versatile. Thanks :)"
"Today is cold , wet and I am home with a sick child...I decided to make your recipe for when the rest of the family came home. What a hero of a recipe! I didn't rush any of the steps and it came up nice and thick - I put it in the crockpot on low for 3 hours to keep for the family to come home to. All gone! I do agree with other reviewer comments that this is a slightly sweet curry, but to meet my family's tastes I added a big blob of peanut butter, a good splash of soy sauce and a touch of vinegar to make it slightly satay style. Cheers JanS"
"My husband loves curried sausages and I have been trying to find THE recipe that we both like-this is it. Next time I will add more curry because we really like spice but other than that it was fantastic!!"
"Thank you so much for sharing this recipe!! We love it!!"
"Just amazing. I used mild curry powder, left out the apple sauce and chutney, and served on mashed potato - it was incredibly good."
"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 :)"
"So amazing! Did kielbasa and didn't take the case off just cut it into chunks. Browned them in a cast iron skillet.. Followed with the veggies then transferred it all to a Dutch oven & added ingredients as directed. Took the lid off after 45 minutes, added the peas but ended up simmering about 10 minutes longer for the thickness of the sauce. My man inhaled this meal. Served with rice cooked in the rice cooker. How easy can it get? Yet so delish! Will make again!"
"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"
"Personally I cant stand Curried Sausages, but I make this for my husband who works shifts. I freeze it into individual portions for him to heat at work. He loves it."
"I have been cooking curried snags for a long time and this is one of the best recipes I've come across. Even the kids love it."
"I cook for my mother, and she is difficult to please, and hates curry. I was running late so I sent hubby to mum's with a bowl of this, and expected a small tirade the next day. SHE LOVED IT!!! said it was a 5star all the way and just how she likes her sausages. Now for me, I like a little more curry, but any recipe that mum likes gets 5 stars from me :) thanks Jan"
"Fantastic reciepe. i was unsure at first when in read the ingredients but what a surprise. i have made this both by boiling the sausages as well as frying them first. I like it both ways"
"Wow! a great version of an Aussie favourite. My family rate all my meals I make with a simple phrase, "thats a have again", and we most certainly will."
"I love curry and I thought this was a nice stew. I liked the potatoes, carrots, and peas of a traditional stew combined with the sweet and spicy curry flavors. DH and DS were less enthusiastic - they would have rated it 3 star - they liked it but weren't overly excited. Wish there was a restaurant around here that served a dish like this! Made for Aus/NZ recipe swap."
"I won't give stars because I changed this to a Crockpot recipe (it didn't seem fair to rate with such a big change.) I sauted the onion, potato, garlic and ginger on the stove top. Then I mixed everything else together, I only used 1/2 the coconut milk (Crockpot recipes don't need as much liquid.) I cooked on low for six hours. Both my husband and I enjoyed this and thought it was an interesting change of pace. The amount of spice was perfect for the spice shy."
"My hubby & I loved this! I was actually looking for a curried chicken recipe, and used this sauce, but with my chicken. It was perfect! I have every intention of trying it again soon, with sausages. Thanks for sharing it! :)"
"This recipe is awesome! I've been trying to find this sort of recipe for ages but it seems to have vanished and more modern takes have been produced. I prefer good old fashioned cooking and hearty meals. This recipe brings it all out, absolutely adored it, Thanx so much JustJanS!"
"Fabulous recipe for the whole family. Just the right amount of spice for my children to eat it all. My hubby loved it too but next time I will add the rice that I had planned to but never did."
"Not spicy enough for my husband, but the kids inhaled it. :-) Lovely flavour that I will 'curry up' a little more for next time."