Saucy Slow Cooker Sausages

Submitted by Paulene Christie

Saucy Slow Cooker Sausages

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Serving: 6
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 6 hrs
Total Time 6 hrs 5 mins

Ingredients
 

  • 16 thin beef sausages
  • *note recipe can be halved for 8 sausages*
  • 1.5 cups water
  • 1/2 cup BBQ sauce
  • 1/2 cup tomato sauce
  • 3 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 x 40g pkt dry French Onion Soup mix (or see our make your own F'O soup in substitutions category)
  • 2 medium onions, diced

Instructions
 

  • Place onions and sausages in slow cooker
  • Combine all other ingredients and pour over
  • Cook on low for 6-8hrs
  • - No need to pre brown or pre boil sausages -
  • - If needed you can thicken sauce with a little cornflour towards the end -
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29 thoughts on “Saucy Slow Cooker Sausages”

  1. This was beautiful!!! My partner loved it betta than curried sausages n said he could eat these every night lol ? they were sooooo tasty n will definitely be on the menu more often ??

  2. Belinda Glover

    Was a hit in our house. Miss 9 and miss 6 loved it and hubby cleaned his plate ? definitely making it again. Thanks

  3. This was a big hit in our house with young and old. They scored it 9/10-praise indeed! Will definitely be making it again.

  4. This was a big hit in our house with both young and old. They scored it 9/10-praise indeed. Will definitely be making it again.

  5. I had to be a little inventive as we don’t like bbq sauce, so simply substituted it with some home-made chili sauce instead.
    Thoroughly enjoyed the flavours together, & even though it wasn’t the original recipe – it certainly helped me find another dish I liked
    Thank you for sharing your recipe πŸ™‚

  6. The smell of the slow cooked sausages had been driving me barmy all afternoon – even other-half said “something smells gorgeous” when he came in the back door. All enjoyed it, and will have again. I served it with Low Carb Cauliflower Mash and Mixed Veggies. Next time I will try with Mashed Potatoes.

  7. Katrina Hutchesson

    Smelled yummy while cooking, added a large”dollop” of chilli sauce and with half an hour to go stirred through some cooked corn and peas, served over a large “zapped” spud.

  8. I have only done sausages once before in my slow cooker, when I squeezed Italian sausages to make meatballs. I did this recipe yesterday……….so good!! I also added a bag of Asian vegetables.

  9. Would this be ok to go with rice? ( 4 year old loves rice) And if I add frozen peas and corn to it ,at what point would I put them in? Thanks heaps looking forward to trying it out.

  10. Looooooooooved this. So quick and easy. I didn’t have the time to cook it on low so I just did it on high for half the time and added some mixed vegetables towards the end. Definitely gonna be a regular thing in my house.

  11. This worked really well. I halved everything as I only had 8 sausages. Just added a splash more water to thin sauce a little. Great taste!!

  12. I made this today was delicious i also added potatoe & sweet potatoes, 1 beef cube and a little less water and 2 handfuls of macoroni which i added in the last 30 mins

  13. Very tasty. Instead of Worcestershire sauce as i didn’t have used teriyaki sauce. Tasted great also added sweet potato. Wow will have this as a weekly meal

  14. Sharon Louise Kenny

    First time cooking it and it was a hit in my house i have 5 fussy boys and a husband they couldnt get enough of it and asked are you going to cook it more often. i put potatoes in also some little meatballs as well and doubled the sauce mixture to make it real saucy as we like our sauce thankyou for a great recipe

  15. spent 6 hours making this, i was so excited and when i finally tasted it once everything was cooked, it was horrible

    the Worcester sauce is immensely over powering the entire dish tastes like vinegar, wasted many ingredients

    i know there is always a weirdo on each recipe saying its horrible and not once has it ever been me but today it is

    i warn you all be careful with the Worcester sauce, i think the poster meant teaspoons not tablespoons because otherwise the dish is hard to eat and i followed this recipe to the letter

  16. I followed this recipe exactly and we loved it. Found it just a bit tarty 4 my lil ones so added 1 tspn of brown sugar. Easiest tastiest meal served on mash potato thankyou so much 4 this recipe x

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