By *christie on June 17, 2008
Photo by I'mPat
Photo by I'mPat
"Have had this since I was wee. It is a great meal on a wintery night. (or any other night)"
Serving Size: 1 (337 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"Best tasting curry for all the family that I have tasted.. I barbequed the sausages, and used the recipe as is.. I have my own curry powder purchased from Singapore that really hit the mark. Highly recommend this recipe.. Thanks."
"YUM! Can't decide if it tastes better than it smells. A few variations - used vegetarian sausages - added a couple of zucchinis, chick peas and kidney beans to stretch it further. It tastes great and freezes well - perfect for lunches or a quick dinner. Serves well with brown rice or mashed potato. Thanks for posting an old school favorite!"
"WOW - very yummy. Had then for lunch at work today and one of the truck drivers asked for the recipe :-)"
"I have got to say I really enjoyed this recipe. I followed the recipe exactly except like Sonya01, I boiled the sausages to reduce the fat content. It was so simple to make and the taste was lovely. This is a keeper."
"Fantastic had these for dinner last night very easy to put together would be an easy weeknight meal. I boiled my sausages to as it was easier for me. DH enjoyed these he love curry. Made for Ed'n 9: MAKE MY RECIPE- Tag game in the Aust/NZ forum."
"I chose this for Edition 8 - Make My Recipe because it reminded me of eating curry sausages with my late dad and scaled it back to 3 serves using thick beef sausages which I boiled in water rather than grilling or broiling. This was a wetter mix than dad's but delicious, even the DM enjoyed (so in the 5 years the DM has lived with us I have converted her to mild curries - somethings dad never could do but he liked them super hot). Thank you Christie for great memories."
"Have been looking for an old school curried sausage recipe for ages - this recipe was great. Added a bit more curry as we like spicy as well as more tomato, vinegar & sugar as found the worcestershire a bit over-powering but still v yummy. Definitely keeping as a new favourite!"
"Really really yummy. I left out the onions though as I don't like them, and added pineapple chunks. Yum yum! It is also really cool that you are from Invercargill, NZ too!"
"This was so yummy! It's middle of winter here, and so incredibly cold, this was perfect winter comfort food! We loved it! Thanks for sharing! :)"