Mango Coconut Curry Sausages

A family friendly, mild sausage curry packed with flavour everyone will love!

Submitted by Paulene Christie

Mango Coconut Curry Sausages

A family friendly, mild sausage curry packed with flavour everyone will love!
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Serving: 6
Prep Time 15 mins
Cook Time 6 hrs
Total Time 6 hrs 15 mins

Ingredients
 

  • 12 thin sausages of your choice
  • 1 onion diced
  • 1 x 425g can of mango pieces in syrup
  • 1 x 400ml can coconut milk
  • 1 tablespoon minced garlic
  • 1 tablespoon curry powder (I use Keen's)
  • 1 tablespoon cornflour
  • 1 cup spring onion/shallots sliced

Instructions
 

  • Place raw, whole sausages and diced onion in slow cooker
  • Using a stick blender or food processor blend mango and syrup to pulp
  • Add coconut milk, curry, garlic, and cornflour to the mango pulp and blitz again until all combined well
  • Pour over sausages and cook on low for 5hrs 30mins
  • In the last 30mins add sliced spring onions/shallots
  • Total cooking time 6hrs on low

Notes

  • This is a medium curry heat. You could halve the curry powder to reduce it to mild. Alternatively we took out our children's serves and just mixed through a half a cup of pouring cream to theirs to reduce the heat to mild before plating them, and then left ours as it was as medium heat.
  • Our children enjoyed theirs served with brown rice, the adults enjoyed theirs served with mashed sweet potato
  • In the last hour or so of cooking time I use a plastic egg flip or spoon to 'cut' the sausages into bite sized pieces in the cooking pot easily as they are very tender and easy to do so then.
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71 thoughts on “Mango Coconut Curry Sausages”

  1. How much fat cane ourif the sausages? Would it bebetter to parboil first. I have never done sausages in slow cooker before.

  2. We love love love curry sausages and when i seen this recipe i could not wait to give it a go. YUM! This will now be my go to curry sausage recipe. I followed the recipe but next time i will add some frozen mixed veg with it.

  3. This was beautiful. My fussy 6 year old absolutely loved it and ate the whole lot. A new family favourite.

  4. A family favorite! The adults love it as well as the kids. Mr fussy 2 year old is catered for as we pull his sausages out whole and wipe the sauce off if his ones so they are plain.
    We also add carrots at the start so there are nice soft pieces for the one year old.

  5. Beautiful I made it the other night had it with mashed potatoes as I don’t eat rice, beautiful the next day as well.

  6. Can you add frozen veg to this and it still taste as good also I could only find a jar of mangoes (685g) in syrup would that still be ok

  7. The kids had seconds! An absolute winner. I used 2 tins of mangoes and 1 tin of coconut cream. Such a beautiful thick sauce.

  8. This is such a family favorite. Its not to sweet or spicy, its the perfect blend. I serve with mash potato or rice or even just some steamed vegetables. So yum.

  9. Wow! This was soo good. The whole family including my 1yr old enjoyed it. I added a cup of thickened cream at the end and served with homemade naan bread. Thanks Pauline .

  10. This recipe was a huge hit with my family. Even my husband who doesn’t like mangoes enjoyed it. Thanks Pauline!

  11. Cooked this tonight so easy and quick to do, backed off on the curry a little. A hit with family so will make it again and might try chicken as well

  12. Made this tonight, and served it with mashed potatoes. Absolutely beautiful. Just wondering if this would freeze ok?

  13. If I choose to use fresh mangoes instead of canned, would I need to add any sweetener? My husband and I are both diabetic so fruit in syrup is out. I was thinking something like stevia to sweeten it.

  14. Made this tonight and it was amazing! The flavour combinations were perfect. You could taste everything and nothing was overpowering. I didn’t even need to reduce the curry, it wasn’t too spicy for our taste buds at all. Going to try it with chicken next. It was actually my 8 year old that suggested that!

  15. This recipe was so delicious and none of the ingredients were overpowering each other, will defineately be cooking more often

  16. Used 24 sausages, and added minced ginger and extra curry powder. I make this at least once a week, everyone raves about it!

  17. i normally cook normal curried sausages and there are always some left. cooked the mango coconut curried sausages tonight and not one sausage or sauce was left the kids loved them that much must admit i will neever go back to normal curried sausages

  18. My husband loves curried sausages so I decided to try this recipe and WOW it was just so yummy 😋 and it is so very easy
    Hit in our house that’s for sure !!

  19. I was a bit concerned about using mango (I don’t like it), but couldn’t taste it at all. This is a lovely, mild, curry … reminiscent of the curried sausages my mother used to cook in the 1970s!

  20. Finally tried this last night after hearing about it. It was amazing will not be making normal curry sausages again. Winner in our house

  21. Sharon Aashwell Scanlon

    had these very nice the sausages I used were not very nice though I got from the butcher would super market ones be better the sauce was delish

  22. So easy and the whole family licked the bowl! When I make them again, I think I’ll add some green beans and/or broccoli at the end too so it has some crunch, but this will go on rotation now. I doubled the recipe for our family and it worked well.

  23. We have never tried this combination before. The whole Family loved it and the suggestion of additional cream to mellow it out worked beautifully. I will be trying this recipe with Chicken but I’m sure it will work fine. Thank you Paulene for another taste sensation.
    Steve.

  24. This was a great success, will definitely make it again. The flavour was to die for and was so easy to make.

    Will be on my weekly rotation from now on…Just YUM

  25. First time trying this recipe.
    The best curried sausages I have ever made.silky smooth . Served with garlic skinned potatoes and Brussels. Even added carrots to the sausages. Partner loved it.

  26. My new favourite curry! Absolutely delish, I served it with basmati rice & sweet potato mash. Will be making this from now on. Highly recommend.

  27. Alison Armstrong

    Made this for the first time yesterday, family loved it, especially 2 year old grandson who had seconds! I used chicken sausages and added extra curry powder, also added veggies: potato, carrots and green beans. Served with shallots, chopped red chilli and coriander for the adults. Delish 🙂

  28. I substitute the sausages for chicken sausages or boneless chicken thigh.
    I also add diced capsicum in the last hour of cooking.
    Massive favorite in my house.

  29. Absolutely delicious. Even my partner throughly enjoyed it even knowing he doesn’t really like mango

  30. Firstly I don’t even like Mangoes. I’ll go as far to say that I hate Mangoes! But this is AMAZING. On the regular rotation at our house, everyone loves it. I add sliced carrots and we always have it with Jasmine Rice. It’s a winner!

  31. Oh my YUMMMM!!!! this curry was a huge hit, had a lovely flavour added a few green veges & served with sweet potato mash!! Plates wiped clean, will definitely make again, using different meats as well!! Absolute 💯 will make again for sure!! Thanks for the recipe 🤗

  32. Made this recipe today.house smelt amazing.tasyed great.will make again.I added 16 sausages & some frozen peas/corn/carrot.still had plenty of sauce.

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