Sunday, May 27, 2012

Chicken sausage fry - Indian Ishstyle


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This dish might be a new one many of you guys...as not many might know that we do get chicken sausage and that too without any casings (which is usually pork casing).


Not many stores carry this tho! We have to look around to see where this is available. I get mine from Trader Joe's. Not all sausages in Trader Joe's are like that tho. So if you don't eat pork, carefully read the package to see if the sausage you are taking is 100% chicken with no casings.


This recipe is actually from my Mom. She used to make this as a snack for us after coming from school. This slowly became our breakfast when we started cooking for ourselves. This being, kinda spicy and something which has protein, made for a good heavy morning breakfast which will kept us full til lunch time. 
The addition of Maggi hot and spicy sauce gives it a yummy and spicy taste to it, but the addition of regular ketchup balances it out! If you want it more spicy, add some chili powder. But you can surely customize it to how ever you like it!





For 1 serving

Ingredients:

1 chicken sausage
1/2 onion, chopped
1 garlic clove, chopped
2 tbsp maggi hot and spicy ketchup
1 tbsp regular ketchup
1/2 tsp oil
Chopped coriander leaves for garnish

1 Hot dog bun or sandwich bread


Method:

Cut the sausage into small pieces.
Heat oil in a pan. Add the garlic and onion and saute till translucent.
Add the sausage and saute till they turn brown.
Add both the ketchups and mix well.
If you leave it long, the ketchup will dry up, so remove immediately! Garnish with coriander leaves.
Heat the bun or toast it.
Serve the sausage spread on the bun, hot.
Enjoy!!!

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16 comments:

  1. wow.. simply delicious and looking yummy.. glad to follow you..

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  2. wow looks irresistably delicious...super

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  3. Looks good..glad kids like this!

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  4. I never tried adding ketchup in this sausage fry, will try out next time this way..SUper irresistible.

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  5. i never cooked this sausage but looks very yummy...pics too very bright n lovely!!
    Spicy Treats

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  6. That looks awesome. Am loving it. It is so vibrant!

    Smitha, my kid lovely all the smoothie that I make. Will they be eligible for this kid's delight?

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  7. Fabulous delight. Sure to give a try of this Indian style sausage.

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  8. Nice recipe and that platter looks yum

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  9. I've tried making sausage once.It's a diff story..Ur's look very appetizing..tasty dish

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  10. Never tried sausage,looks tempting....

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  11. I have never tried sausage. But yours look delicious. Love the way you have indian'ised the sausage..

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  12. I use chicken sausages often especially when I make pasta..glad to know you get them there also!

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  13. Great clicks, feel like taking a bite, Yummylicious
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  14. nice posting.. thanks for sharing.

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  15. Oh my, that looks so heavenly! The sauce, the color and the overall look of this yummy recipe looks really tempting. Now I'm mouthwatering! LOL. this is now my yummy Indian recipes to try. Cheers!

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