These gluten-free curried sausages are packed full of flavor thanks to the lovely combination of spices.
The dish has an excellent combination of curry powder and garam marsala. These will add not just a ton of flavor but also a bit of spice to the dish. The rest of the ingredients such as the tomato paste, ginger, garlic, and onion will help add a bit of depth to the recipe.
These curried sausages are great on their own, but I do recommend having something like rice or mashed potato to go with it. If you want to go one step further, then some excellent gluten-free naan bread goes down a treat.
Unlikely but if you do end up with leftovers then make sure you keep them. The leftovers will heat up excellent for lunch or dinner the next day. Just make sure you keep them in the fridge or freezer.
This dish is an excellent way to use up some leftover sausages from a feast. If they have already been cooked, then you can skip the first step. It doesn’t hugely matter if you end up adding more than the eight recommend sausages.
If you’re interested in making this excellent curried sausages recipe, then you can find it right below. Also, don’t forget to check out the cooking tips as they come in handy when it comes to perfecting this dish.
Gluten Free Curried Sausages Recipe
- In a frypan over high heat, heat the oil. Cook the sausages, until browned on all sides. Once cooked put to the side and allow to cool.
- Once the sausages are cool, cut into 2cm (0.8 in) pieces.
- In the frying pan, add and melt the butter. Next add the ginger, garlic, and onion. Cook over medium heat for 5 minutes or until the onion is translucent.
- Stir in the curry powder, and garam masala. Cook for a minute or until fragrant.
- Next, add tomato paste and cook for another minute.
- Add the cornstarch and slowly mix in.
- Gradually stir in the chicken stock.
- Bring to a simmer. Add the sausages and bay leaves.
- Cook on low heat for 15 minutes.
- Serve & Enjoy
- Feel free to add some more vegetables such as peas, carrots, and even some corn kernels. If you’re adding carrots, then they’re best added at the start. Peas, on the other hand, are best to add at the end.
- Yellow or red curry powder will work just fine. I used yellow curry powder, but red will work just as well.
- Like most dishes, curried sausages can also be made in the slow cooker. The only change you will need to make to this recipe is to add the cornstarch at the end of cooking.
- Chicken stock can be replaced with some water if you don’t have any. You may need to add a bit more salt to the dish to make up for the loss of flavor.
- Other sausages such as pork or chicken will still work great in this recipe. Just choose a sausage that you know that you will like.
All the nutritional information for these gluten-free curried sausages is right below. I made use of an online tool to calculate these values, so they may not be 100% correct.
Also, remember to add any extras that you may have with the sausages such as rice or even mashed potato.
There are many excellent gluten-free dinner recipes that you can make. If you’re looking for more, then be sure to check out the peanut chicken curry. It has a delicious combination of flavors and makes use of a homemade curry paste.
I do hope that you enjoy these gluten-free curried sausages and that the recipe is easy to follow. If you have some feedback, tips or anything else, then please don’t hesitate to leave a comment below.