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Curried Sausages

Curried Sausages

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Aussie recipe from Bundaberg - A bit different from the traditional style (Tropical Curry)

"I found the sauce to be to watery and that it did not have enough taste of curry, so I added an extra 2 teaspoons of curry powder with an extra tablespoon of cornflour and 1.5 tablespoons of gravy powder mixed with water and added it slowly.I left out the sultanas and served it with mashed potatoes.Yum "

- daylightsun

Ingredients

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8 each sausages; thin
1 each Onion
1 cup carrot; diced
2 cups water; for beef cubes
2 each beef cubes; disolved in water
1 teaspoon Curry powder
2 each apples
1 cup sultanas
1 cup Celery; diced
1 pinch Salt
1 tablespoon cornflour
1 1/4 cups Rice
1 dash milk; as required

Original recipe makes 4

Servings  

Preparation

Put sausages in saucepan, cover with cold water.

Bring to boil then drain.

Cook the rice.

Cut sausage into smaller pieces and place in saucepan.

Disolve the beef stock cube in the water (or use ready made stock)

Add all the ingredients except the curry and cornflour.

Make a paste with the curry powder, cornflour and a dash of milk.

Add the paste and cook to thicken the sauce.

Serve with any kind of vegetables or rice.

Notes

Brad says get rid of sultanas

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With only living 50 kms away from Bundaberg I just had to try this recipe and glad I did. Enjoyed it very much, although the sultanas were left out. Also thought this was going to be too watery, but left it to simmer down and turned out just right.
Heatherferg 3 years ago
I found the sauce to be to watery and that it did not have enough taste of curry, so I added an extra 2 teaspoons of curry powder with an extra tablespoon of cornflour and 1.5 tablespoons of gravy powder mixed with water and added it slowly.I left out the sultanas and served it with mashed potatoes.Yum
daylightsun 8 years ago
I never put sultanas in, but may try it with a few next time.
daylightsun 8 years ago
[I made edits to this recipe.]
mholton 8 years ago
Brad says get rid of sultanas
mholton 8 years ago
Brad says get rid of sultanas [I posted this recipe.]
mholton 8 years ago
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