Bangin Devilled Sausages

No need to buy recipe flavour based with this simple, delicious recipe. Full of flavour and super easy and cheap to make. It’s a family favourite in our house served on mashed potatoes.

Submitted by Kirsty Crack

Bangin Devilled Sausages

No need to buy recipe flavour based with this simple, delicious recipe. Full of flavour and super easy and cheap to make. It’s a family favourite in our house served on mashed potatoes.
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Prep Time 15 mins
Cook Time 4 hrs
Total Time 4 hrs 15 mins

Ingredients
 

  • 8-12 sausages chopped
  • 2 onions sliced
  • 2 apples finely diced, skin on, core removed
  • 300 ml water
  • 1 beef stock cube
  • 50gm tomato paste
  • 2 Tbs Worcestershire sauce
  • 2 Tbs brown sugar
  • 1 Tbs Dijon mustard
  • 2 tsp soy sauce
  • 3/4 cup of peas
  • Cornflour to thicken at the end

Instructions
 

  • Fry onions, apple and sausages together until sausages browned and apple and onion has softened.
  • Add to Slow cooker
  • Add remaining ingredients except for peas and cornflour to slow cooker
  • Cook 4 hours on low.
  • Add peas in last half hour of cooking.
  • Thicken with cornflour if you wish.
  • Serve on mashed potato or couscous.
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19 thoughts on “Bangin Devilled Sausages”

  1. I made this recipe last night and thought it was fantastic.
    Super easy to make with ingredients most people have on hand.
    Its very tasty, has lots of sauce and you could add whatever vegetables you wanted.
    I will be making this again for sure.
    Thanks

  2. This is YUM! I used kilo thick sausages which I boiled to remove skins (personal preference) cut into 1/4’s, the sauce was delicious and went so well with mash <3 all my kids gobbled it up, another successful dish…

  3. Made this one tonight, loved by all. Tender sausages, nice slightly sweet sauce and plenty of it. I added potato chunks and carrot to make it a one pot meal. Also added some Lamb steaks for the sausage hating child and it worked well with that as well.

  4. Had this tonight, definitely a keeper!!!
    Empty plates all around 😋👌
    Even my picky 4 year old demolished it except the peas ! He had to pick them out 😅🤦🏼‍♀️

  5. Have always relied on a cooking sachet to make something similar on the hob, but not anymore! Lovely, easy dinner to make and got an 8/10 from the whole family. I did grill the sausages first though. Served with jacket potato and veggies. Great Fri night dinner on a winter’s evening.

  6. I made this last night and wow its so bloody amazing ❤ i added potatoes and carrots
    Will definately be a regular meal in the house

  7. Excellent recipe, tastes like the packet mix which my kids grew up loving but uses pantry staples. Winning!

    Cooked the sausages before adding to the slow cooker for 2 hours on high. Magic with mashed potatoes and veg.

  8. All the family loved this. Stuck to the recipe except squeezed some lemon juice into the stock. Just gave it a bit of a kick. Loved it!

  9. is this dish ok to freeze and store for later and how long can it be stored for? Theres only 2 of us that why l’m asking.

  10. Loved by family, loved by me as it is so quick to chuck into the slow cooker and gets eaten! I serve with extra veg rather than adding the peas. Everyone had fun guessing the ‘secret’ ingredient (apple). Thanks for the great recipe, have made it a few times already!!

  11. Edward Franchuk

    For the benefit of those who, like me, measure ingredients by volume rather than by weight, 50 grams of tomato paste is the equivalent of roughly 1 ½ tblspns, well-rounded.

  12. Cindy van de poppe

    Very yummy 😋 everyone in the house loved it with mash potato. They even went back for seconds. Thank you for putting this recipe up. It’s amazing for a cold winters night

  13. Can you just throw it all in and cook without frying the sausages and apple first? How much extra cooking time would this add? I’m looking at putting this on whilst at work tomorrow and also adding in carrot.

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