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From: edtNZSep-16 5:42 PM 
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HI Folks,

Dinner was lovely last night. I though I would share my take on Devilled sausages. There are lots of recipes on the net, but this is what I came up with.

Serves one, but can be expanded to serve 2/4, mostly by using the full can of tomatoes.

Devilled Sausages.


2 pork sausages per person.

Half a 16oz can of Italian Crushed tomatoes. Any canned tomatoes will do. If they are whole put them in a bowl and mash them.

1x Medium sized onion. I use red onions, adds to the colour, finely sliced and broken down into individual rings

1x teaspoon crushed garlic.

1x teaspoon dijon mustard

1x tablespoon soy sauce

A good sprinkle of dried Paprika, probably about  a 1/4 teaspoon.


Cook the sausages well in a medium sized frying pan.

Remove sausages from the pan to a plate when cooked.

Brown the onions well in the same frying pan. There should be enough oil in the pan from the sausages. Make sure the onion slices are broken up into individual rings and add the crushed garlic. Simmer for a minute

Add the tomatoes, mustard, soy sauce and paprika and mix well and simmer some more.

Finally return the sausages to the pan, mix well and simmer for 2/3 mins until the sausages are warmed through.

Serve with mashed potatoes and a green veg. Personally I just ate the devilled sausages on their own.

Sorry no photo this time, I was too hungry to take one.


Regards edtNZ.


  • Edited September 16, 2019 5:49 pm  by  edtNZ
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From: pom_44 DelphiPlus Member IconSep-26 4:15 AM 
To: edtNZ  (2 of 2) 
 11525.2 in reply to 11525.1 

sounds wonderful , I’ve made summit similar but roasted , I’m sure gonna try this way ...ty edt

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