Curried Sausages

Tasty, saucy, slow cooked curry sausages 🙂

Submitted by Sharon King

Curried Sausages

Tasty, saucy, slow cooked curry sausages 🙂
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 6 hours
Total Time 6 hours 20 minutes


  • 10 thick beef sausages (1 kg)
  • 2 small onions, sliced
  • 2 cups frozen veggies (peas, corn & carrots preferably)
  • 1 tin cream of chicken soup
  • 1.5 cups beef stock liquid
  • 1 tbsp gravy powder (dry) I used traditional gravy powder
  • 1 tsp vegeta
  • 3 tsp curry powder
  • 3 tsp corn flour
  • 1/2 tsp crushed garlic


  • Place sausages in slow cooker and cover with chopped onion.
  • In a jug mix stock liquid and soup together with gravy powder, vegeta, curry powder and garlic.
  • Make a cornflour slurry and add to stock mixture and mix well.
  • Poor over sausages and cook on low for 6 hrs
  • Add 1 cup frozen veggies I hour before serving (I also chopped my snags into bite sized pieces at this stage)
  • Serve with rice or mash.


  • The addition of soup was a late addition to this dish when I first experimented as I realised I wanted more of a sauce. Now I make it like this all the time.

17 thoughts on “Curried Sausages”

  1. This recipe was amazing. So yummy and easy to make!! My kids loved it, even my fussy eater!!!! This will definitely be on the dinner table more often ?

  2. Charlotte Rendell

    I got confused and added tomato soup before I realised that it was a different recipe that I’d looked at that asked for tomato soup… but it came out delicious! I’m sure the original recipe is just as delicious but I will continue adding tomato soup in the future. Yum!

  3. Made this today with pork sausages. Didn’t add vegeta as I can’t get it. Was really nice, would make it again.

  4. Love this recipe, we added the can of soup as stated in the notes . Very easy to make and just enough curry powder! This is a winner , very delicious indeed! ?

  5. Lovely recipe.

    I did make a couple of changes which wouldn’t have made much difference to the flavour.
    I had a tin of Campbell’s Manu’s Classic French Onion Soup, so I used that, and omitted the onions, but that was all.

    This will be a keeper…

  6. Chris Cherry ? everyone calls me Nanna which I love ??..l

    Made this yesterday for dinner and it was amazing, hubby told me this morning the best I have ever made. Thankyou Sharon you have made me a curried sausage ?

  7. 5 stars
    I made this dish, I also added a tin of coconut milk. Just delicious ? A winner in our family, will definitely make this again

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