About this recipe:A simple and cheap to make sausage stew with a slight twist. Easy to make this one pot meal - filling and tasty - if you prefer more spice just double the cumin, coriander, mustard, Worcestershire sauce, tomato puree and garlic.
200ml vegetable stock (or just use all chicken stock)
heaped tablespoon of tomato puree
casserole dish with lid
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Method Prep:20min › Cook:2hr › Extra time:10min › Ready in:2hr30min
Roughly slice white and red onions and garlic, put into a bowl, add mixed herbs, Cumin, Coriander, Mustard, Tomato puree and Worcestershire sauce - mix together and fry in a pan containing the Sunflower or Olive oil for about 5 minutes - put back into bowl and leave to one side.
Par boil potatoes and carrots for 10 minutes.
Cook the sausages under a grill or in a frying pan until almost cooked.
Cut Sausages in half.
Add all ingredients into a large casserole dish with lid.
Add stock to casserole dish and stir the concoction together.
Place covered dish in oven at Gas Mark 5 (375 degrees Fahrenheit/190 degrees Centigrade) for about 2 hours (removing every half hour to stir).
Eat and enjoy - remember the rule of doing someone elses recipe is to experiment to your own tastes. you will notice there is no added salt and pepper to this dish - this leaves it up to the individual to adjust it for their tastes.
If you do not like pork this dish also works very well with turkey or chicken sausages. Vegetarian? Try it with Quorn sausages and replace chicken stock with vegetable stock. You can also add dumplings to this stew - just add them half an hour before cooking ends (no recipe for dumplings but lots of great ones on this site).
Nice, easy and tasty but I think there's something missing although I'm not sure what.
Maybe more and different veggies and perhaps a bit of bacon.
One to look at again and tweak as indicated in the recipe. - 10 Aug 2011