Monday, November 12, 2012

Sweet Curry Sausage Supper

2 tsp oil
6 sausages (your favourite-Judy likes plain if she has to eat them at all)

Cut the sausages in 1/2 length ways and then cut into small cubes. ***HINT: use scissors the job goes faster and smoother! Drop into hot frying pan of oil and cook covered, stirring occasionally until thoroughly cooked! Heat should be about a medium. THIS COULD BE DONE WITH CHICKEN.....

1 cups chopped onion

Drain off excess greas from sausages ***HINT: the bulk sausages from Fresh Co come 3 packs of 6 for $10 and they have very little grease after being cooked! Stir in apples and onions, cover agian and sweat them for 2-3 minutes.
Stir and add:

2 tsp garlic (jar) or 2 cloves of fresh garlic
2 tsp curry
2 tsp pepper

***HINT: curry is not the same from the dollar store vs the bulk barn vs real curryOur family loves curry, the dollar store curry has too much salt and very little flavour. Real curry is very strong and will NOT need as much!

Turn off heat and pour into crock pot. Add:

2 cups of diced, peeled granny smith apple
(although any will work with any apple these hold up better)
1/2 can of coconut milk
1 cup chicken stock (I use no salt added)
1/2 cup of dried raisins
(although next time I may use dried cherries or cranberries for colour instead)

Stir and leave on low uncovered.

If you find this a little "jucy" add your normal cornstarch mixture to thicken before serving.

I served on whole wheat pasta with garlic bread and caesar salad.
although the cookbook suggests garlic mashed potatoes?!?!?!
That is too much "puree" like food on one plate.

"Bon Appetit!"

1 comment:

  1. This is sooooo yummy I converted a sausage hater tonight. I am going to try this sauce combination with chicken as Judy thinks that would be yummy and thicken the sauce for it.