When I got there, I didn't like the chicken (mostly the price) and mild Italian pork sausages were on sale, so I opted for those instead.
The yummy result is a variation on my Chicken Curry recipe with the following changes:
- Substituted chicken with 1/2 kilo of mild Italian sausage, cut up
- Substituted chickpeas with about six small potatoes, cut up and boiled before being added to the curry.
Recipe: Italian Sausage and Potato Curry
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Oh, I bet that was fabulous! It looks amazing ... :)ReplyDelete
This curry looks delicous. What a great blog to discover. Cooking and knitting! Two of my favorite things.ReplyDelete
Ohmygawsh...an actual picture on the post...I love it! This sounds fantastic, it's been FAR too long since I've made-or eaten- a curry. Must have one soon...thanks for the reminder! And for sharing w/ the hearth and soul hop :DReplyDelete
@girlichef is that a shot? :-) Most of the stuff I've been posting to the hops are older posts without photos. That'll change soon as I catch up to the newer stuff and eventually cook things again and update the posts with photos (e.g., the hummus).ReplyDelete
Actually, this particular entry was a last minute thing. I usually queue things up weeks in advance, but in this case the food was a last minute surprise. A bigger surprise was that the photo actually turned out well!
@Bonnie: you can look up Meredith on Ravelry - she's bluesweater.ReplyDelete
Dan - Love your last minute surprise! I've got someone in my house who thinks that he doesn't like curry. But as long as I call it something else, he likes it just fine. And I know this recipe will be a big hit, I'll just call it "sausage and potatoes in a spicy sauce." Gotta be sneaky sometimes. Thanks for sharing with the Hearth and Soul hop. I was happy about the pic, too.ReplyDelete
@Butterpoweredbike: "in a spicy sauce?" LOL.ReplyDelete
like your substitutions here, would not normally think of curry with sausage, but it does sound really good come to thing of it - thanks for your visit, hope you try the hot dog chili and I insist you cook up some good mojo chicken - it is really tasty...ReplyDelete
Gotta say, I really love this recipe. I'll be featuring it among my picks for Best of the Blog hop this week :)ReplyDelete