Slow Cooker Devilled Sausages – Stay at Home Mum

Summary

Servings
6

Time Needed

10 mins Prep

4 mins Cook

Ingredients
7

Difficulty
Easy

Ingredients

  • 500 g
    Sausages (beef Or Pork)
  • 1
    Onion, Diced
  • 2 tsp
    Curry Powder
  • 1/2 cup
    Barbecue Sauce
  • 250 g
    Sweet Potatoes
  • 2 tsp
    Fresh Garlic, Crushed
  • 1 cup
    Crushed Tomatoes

Nutrition Information

Qty per
196g serve
Qty per
100g
Energy 345cal 176cal
Protein 14.1g 7.2g
Fat (total) 13.3g 6.8g
ย – saturated 4.63g 2.36g
Carbohydrate 34g 17g
ย – sugars 21g 11g
Dietary Fibre 3.2g 1.63g
Sodium 1471mg 751mg

Please Note – Nutritional information is provided as a guide only and may not be accurate.

Slow Cooker Devilled Sausages

I havenโ€™t made this recipe in years! So, it was good to grab out the old Slow Cooker and have this bubbling away in the kitchen all afternoon. It is a really nice way to make something a bit different with sausages.

You can use any sort of sausages in this recipe- chipolatas are particularly good!

Now, the secret to really good slow cooker sausages is to only cook them over the four hours โ€“ they arenโ€™t the sort of food that can really withstand a whole day of cooking without breaking apart and being tasteless.

Make sure you serve this with some cheesy mashed potato and greens. The kids will be lining up for more!

Method

  1. Turn your slow cooker onto the LOW setting and start it heating whilst you are getting the ingredients together.

  2. In a frypan, brown the sausages until they have a lovely golden colour all over.

  3. Chop the onions and place them in the bottom of the slow cooker.

  4. Add the sausages and chopped sweet potato on top of the onion.

  5. In a jug, mix together the garlic, curry powder, tomatoes and barbecue sauce and whisk until combined. Pour over the top.

  6. Cook on LOW for four hours, give it a stir after about 2 hours.

  7. Serve with cheesy mashed potatoes.

Slow Cooker Devilled Sausages are a new twist on an old favourite. The sausages are cooked in a gravy made with tomato paste, vinegar, sugar, and spices, then served on a bed of rice. I was skeptical about this recipe at first, but I have to say that the end result was very tasty.

The sausages were tender and flavourful, and the gravy had just the right amount of sweetness. However, I did find that the dish was a bit too greasy for my liking. Overall, though, I would definitely recommend Slow Cooker Devilled Sausages to anyone looking for an easy and tasty weeknight meal.