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Batchelors Cook in Curry Sauce Mix, 2.5 Kg (Pack of 1)

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It is unashamedly inspired by a classic German currywurst but with far more of a British Indian curry twist! This recipe for sausage curry is super simple, without lots of different herbs and spices that you might find in some homemade curry recipes. I use:

Yes, and as with many dishes of this nature the flavours will improve after a day or two in the fridge. Thissausage curry recipe is gorgeous, super easy to make, filled with flavour and fantastic if you are on a budget. Which of course, most of us now are! Lightly brown the sausages either in the oven or in a large frying pan with a little oil before removing them from the pan or tray and setting them to one side Ginger– I cheat and use a ginger puree from Aldi. I think 1 teaspoon is about the same as an inch of grated root ginger. But honestly, puree is a game-changer when it comes to easy midweek meals. More meat is good, as there’s less fat and other stuff. But these don’t have to be expensive, and the supermarkets all do some nice options.

Batchelors Smash is the original instant mash potato, made from real potato ready by simply just adding hot water! ​ My love of curry is hardly hidden under a bushel here. This Anglo-Indian curry combines another of my favourite things… sausages!

I have served this sausage curry with some simply cooked basmati rice and chapatis in these pictures. Sausage Curry is a tasty and filling family dinner. It’s also budget-friendly, and always a hit with the kids! Add the spices to the onions along with the curry leaves, slit red chillies, garlic and ginger and cook for 30-60 seconds. Measure out 200g of curry sauce mix. Mix with 1 litre of cold water. Bring to the boil, stirring continuously and simmer for 15 minutes, stirring occasionally.

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I use beef sausage in this curry recipe, they are relatively neutral in their use of herbs and spices. This means that less balancing is needed when you make the curry sauce. Top 10 Chocolates Top 15 Chewing Gums Kinder’s Product Range Nutella’s Product Range Ferrero’s Product Range Kit Kat Range Cadbury Range

There is one herb that I would try to avoid in the sausage in this curry and that is sage. It is very bold and punchy and quite at odds with the Indian flavours in the sauce. Two other great option is potatoes, with aloo methi (fenugreek potatoes) or some roasted Bombay potatoes. They also play with the anglo Indian nature of this wonderful curry. Pour in the tinned tomatoes then add the dried fenugreek and tomato puree and stir to combine and cook for 2 minutes. But if you can get beef sausages give them a go, they are great in this recipe. I also use them in my sausage and mash pie, sausage and lentil casserole and sausage tray bake!

Pork curries aren’t particularly commonin restaurants and takeaways. This is typically because Muslims don’t eat pork. Yes absolutely, play around with it and see where you end up. I chose beef as the spicing tends to be relatively neutral, and as a result, the sausages do not “fight” the flavours in the curry sauce. I typically do this in the oven while I chop other ingredients. But you can do it in a large frying pan, or a flameproof cast iron dish on the hob. Pork curries aren’t common, which means thatIndian sausage curry is also pretty rare. But that doesn’t mean that Sausage Curry isn’t incredibly yummy!

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