Sausages have a unique fan following of its own. Whether it is chicken, mutton or pork, they’re really versatile and a really simple ingredient to work with. They’re the star of the classic American hot-dogs. Some prefer cutting them up and serving them in spaghetti. Some also like to toss them in some spices and veggies and create something truly delicious. However, they’re great for making appetizers and starters. If you’re looking for interesting recipes using sausages, your quest has come to an end.
While this dish might sound intimidating when you hear the name of the recipe, the dish is actually really simple to make. The only difficult (and important) part is kneading and preparing the dough. After that, all you need to do is flatten it and load it with some butter, cheddar cheese and the succulent sausages, then roll it up and bake it. Once done, cut it into slices and serve alongside some tomato ketchup.
Who knew you could turn your sausages into the crunchy pakodas that we love so much. All you need to do is create the batter using gram flour, rice flour along with some spices and then dunk the sausages in the batter and deep fry till it’s nice and crisp. This recipe is really simple to make and gets ready in an instant too.
Eggs and sausages make a pretty cool pair and this recipe proves this very notion. Sausages are rolled on a slice of bread and coated with a batter made using cheese, chilli powder, turmeric powder, asafoetida, coriander leaves and eggs. This is then deep fried till nice and crisp. It is best served with some tomato ketchup to the side.
If you want something more filling than some appetizers or starters, you could try out this recipe for Sausage Chilli Fry. In this recipe, chicken sausages are cooked with capsicum, onions, green chillies dark soy sauce and schezwan sauce. The recipe gets ready really quickly and can be a great accompaniment to an Asian-cuisine themed dinner party.
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