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Creamy Satay Sausages

  

June 10, 2015

Creamy Satay Sausages 5 0 5 6
  • Prep: 5 mins
  • Cook: 4 hrs
  • 5 mins

    4 hrs

    4 hrs 5 mins

  • Yields: 6

Ingredients

12 thin beef sausages

300ml reduced fat cooking cream (I used Nestle Carnation 'lite' cooking cream)

1 cup peanut butter (smooth or crunchy)

1 tsp curry powder

2 tbsp. sweet chilli sauce

1-2 cups water (see *notes in method)

Directions

1Cut sausages into 3rds and place in slow cooker.

2I did not brown or pre cook them in any way - but you can if you really want to.

3Combine cream, peanut butter, curry, sweet chili sauce and 1 cup water.

4Pour over sausages and cook on LOW for approx. 4-5hrs.

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6*Note: I noticed that at approx half way point the sauce was reduced and thick, so at this point I added a second cup of water. However all slow cookers can vary in heat so if yours does not reduce you may not need the second cup of water. If in doubt add it, you can always thicken at the end )

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8This produced a thick, almost fluffy (for lack of a better word),satay sauce that was not spicy and was suitable for children and adults alike.

Submitted by Paulene Christie

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6 Reviews

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Karen Stuckings

August 29, 2016

I used this recipe for chicken wings and was great. After reading comments and knowing we like spice I doubled the curry and sweet chili sauce. Because I was using chicken wings I didn’t add any of the water to allow for the juices of the chicken and it wasn’t needed. Used 2 kg of wings and had heaps of sauce which coated the wings perfectly. Cooked 4 hours low

Sharni Krygger

August 9, 2016

I’m making this one again later in the week. I bought some chicken satay sausages for it this time around for a little extra flavour. It’s a delicious recipe, cheap, easy and makes a lot 🙂
Very creamy and full of flavour.

Jen

July 4, 2016

This was really nice and will definitely cook again. Next time I would halve the peanut butter.

Rozi Pottsy

June 5, 2016

Thanks to the review above, I added more curry powder so it had a little more kick. What a lovely meal.
Can’t wait to cook this one again

Alice

May 9, 2016

This is a favorite we used evaporated milk. We all loved it even my 2 year old. There was none left over for the next day

Jo S

April 1, 2016

Family favourite here! We added an extra teaspoon of curry powder as we found it extremely mild. Also works well with evaporated milk if you don’t have cooking cream on hand.

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