SAUSAGE WITH BAKED BEANS CURRY
This Indian Recipe Serves 2-3
Sausage With Baked Beans Curry is usually prepared without any Indian spices. In South Africa, this dish is made with spices to create a heat wave in the meal. This meal can be served throughout the day.
Baked beans is a dish containing beans, in some cases baked, regardless of the name, generally stewed, in a sauce. Most commercially canned baked beans are produced using haricot beans, otherwise called naval force beans – an assortment of Phaseolus vulgaris in a sauce. In Ireland & the United Kingdom, a tomato sauce is most generally utilized, & they are regularly eaten on toast or as a feature of a full English, Scottish or Irish Breakfast.
Canned baked beans are utilized as a convenience food. They might be eaten hot or cold straight from the can as they are completely cooked.
A sausage is a cylinderical shaped meat item typically produced using ground meat, frequently pork, hamburger, or veal, alongside salt, spices & different flavorings, & breadcrumbs, with a skin around it. Normally, a sausage is framed in a packaging customarily produced using digestive tract, yet in some cases from synthethic materials. Sausages that are sold uncooked are typically cooked from numerous points of view, including sautéing, searing & grilling.
Sausage With Baked Beans Curry Ingredients:
- 6-8 sausages of your choice (I have used spicy mutton sausages)
- 1 teaspoon ginger & garlic paste
- 1 tablespoon Kashmiri chilli powder
- ¼ teaspoon dhania powder (coriander powder)
- salt to taste
- 1 onion, chopped
- ¼ teaspoon turmeric powder
- 1 sprig curry leaves
- 2 tomatoes
- 2 tablespoons cooking oil
- 1 sprig thyme
- 6 green chillies
- 1 can baked beans
- fresh dhania (coriander) for garnishing
- Place sausages in a pan with a little water & allow for it to steam.
- After about 5 minutes, you will notice the water kind of bubbling around the sausage. Do not stress, that only means that the sausages are cooking. Keep it steaming on medium heat, add a little more water if needed.
- After 5 minutes, flip the sausages over so that the other side can steam.
- Once the water has dried up in the pan, keep an eye on the sausages & leave it on the pan to fry. Do not add any oil as the sausages will fry in it’s own fat & oils.
- After a couple of minutes, when the sausages have browned, turn the sausages over so that they brown on the other side as well.
- When both sides have browned nicely, remove sausages from the pan & cut each sausage into slices. (You should end up with circular sausage pieces). Set aside.
- Chop onion & set aside.
- Rinse & slit green chillies & set aside.
- Dice tomatoes & set aside.
- In a medium sized pot, heat the cooking oil & add in the onions.
- Add in the green chillies, curry leaves & thyme.
- Mix well & simmer until the onions are translucent.
- Add in the ginger & garlic paste, turmeric powder, chilli powder & dhania powder. Simmer for a minute & add water if necessary.
- Next. add in the diced tomatoes.
- Mix well, again adding water if necessary. Allow the tomatoes to cook for about 10 minutes.
- When the tomatoes have cooked, add in the can of baked beans. I have used the Koo brand with Chakalaka sauce but you can use whichever brand & flavour you desire.
- Mix well.
- Allow to simmer for 2 minutes & then add in the sliced sausages.
- Add salt to taste & cook for another 3 minutes so that the flavour of the sausages can blend in with the baked beans.
- Garnish with fresh dhania (coriander).
- This Sausage With Baked Beans Curry is best served with bread or phutu but also can be served with rice or roti.