Curried Sausages

  

September 17, 2014

Curried Sausages 5 0 5 11
  • Prep: 5 mins
  • Cook: 6 hrs
  • 5 mins

    6 hrs

    6 hrs 5 mins

  • Yields: 6

Ingredients

500g sausages (thick or thin)

1 large onion diced

4 potatos, cubed

3 carrots, sliced into chunks

1 cup frozen peas

1 tablespoon curry powder (or extra to taste)

3 cups beef stock

2 tablespoons cornflour

Directions

1Place sausages in slow cooker. I put mine in raw but for those who prefer you can pre boil them to remove skins.

2Add vegetables, curry powder and stock.

3Cook on low for 6-8hrs.

4Prior to serving thicken with cornflour and a little water if required.

5I like to slice my sausages up then return them to the pot for serving šŸ™‚

Submitted by Paulene Christie

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14 Reviews

Sandra Johnson

July 5, 2020

Best ever curried snags I used 250ml of stock and 1cup water and thickened with cornflour.

Ann-marie

June 30, 2020

Easy and delicious. My 4th dish in the slow cooker (Iā€™m hooked! Making something each day now).. My 2 year old says she likes it but not with too much sauce… but she does want some put aside for her another time, which is a huge win! .In general, Iā€™m so amazed how soft the meat in each dish comes. Thanks for making this and other recipes readily available.

Stephanie the added gravy powder would be increasing the salt. If you thicken with another method you can avoid that šŸ™‚

Stephanie Bogers

May 21, 2020

Absolutely Delish! I took the sausages out at the end and mixed gravy powder through the juices….. turned out a little salty but yummy none the less

Samara

March 8, 2020

This is now one of my favourite go to recipes! I like to add zucchini and serve with rice šŸ˜Š

Ann Noonan

February 16, 2020

Love this recipe….so easy and tasty Thank you Paulene

Jocelyn Rennie

June 21, 2018

Oh my goodness this was amazing will definitely be making it again

Ally Lim

February 20, 2017

Fantastic recipe! It’s been a looong time since my toddler has gobbled a meal down! I used chipolatas as I had to use them up & served it up with rice. Definitely making it again in the future.

Kylie Handley

January 29, 2017

Loved this. I didn’t add the potato, but I did put in 1 cup of Risoni pasta in the last hour of cooking to help thicken (I did do the cornflour as well) and it worked well and was very delicious. I also did mine with Vindaloo curry powder, about 2.5-3 Tbsp, I like it hot and was a perfect bite! Thanks Paulene for this recipe, it’s a favourite for us!

Sophilia

August 14, 2016

This was fabulous. It looks and is simple. But the flavours are just perfect and mouthwatering. I could not stop spooning up the sauce! Soooooo good!

Erin

May 17, 2016

I am after a recipe that is 4hours or less for a cooking demo in store

Val Horan

March 1, 2016

I am going to try this tomorrow night, it looks delicious

Rozi Pottsy

January 18, 2016

Another delicious dish by Paulene.
I made it exactly to the recipe and it was lovely and thickened nicely at the end
I served it on a bed of rice, with homemade naan bread and a dollop of greek yoghurt.

Karen Stuckings

November 11, 2015

This is my go to recipe for curry. When I want to do a chicken curry for a change, I just change the stock to 2 cups of chicken and add 1 cup of cream in the last half hour

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