This is a quick dinner that I whipped up this past Sunday. It’s pretty simple.
For the sauce
1 medium onion chopped
3 cloves of garlic finely chopped
1 teaspoon of chopped ginger
1 teaspoon of turmeric powder
3 tomatoes diced
1/8 teaspoon black pepper
Salt to taste
5 beef sausages sliced into 2 cm rings
A handful of coriander/dhania finely chopped
1 tablespoon of vegetable oil
In a big sufuria boil water and add salt. After the water boils add the spaghetti and cook till al dente.
As the spaghetti is cooking, In a saucepan heat the vegetable oil then cook the onions,garlic and ginger. Season with salt.
After the onions are translucent add the tomatoes.
Cover and let the tomatoes cook down.
Once cooked, add the water, turmeric powder and black pepper.
Add the sausage slices.
Cover and let it come to a gentle boil. This will ensure that the sausages cook.
Remember the boiling spaghetti, drain the water and set aside.
Once the sauce has simmered, stir in the coriander. Turn off the heat.
Finally pour the sauce over the spaghetti and mix it in.
Serve and enjoy.
i make this all the time. But with mine i add one beaten egg over the mixture over heat
Interesting, I’ll try that out. Thanks for stopping by.
Im definitely going to try this. Its like you know what i like.never tried this with the sausage though,im curious to see how that works.hope it doesnt backfire 🙁
Keep inspiring us lazy folks gatuiri, you are a blessing 🙂
It will definitely not backfire. Trust me by logging in and trying out the recipes, you are definitely not lazy. Thanks dear.
haha.well, yes, logging in for an internet junkie isnt quite the feat.thanks for the encouragement though 🙂
Leo Tunapika? I dont know about every one else but i know am having Spaghetti in Sausage Sauce for dinner.
You’re funny. So how was it?
Awesome, finger licking. thank you
Just made this…amaaazing!!!
Thank you Gatuiri.
Welcome Charity. I’m glad it was amazing.
i like making this but i use brawn and eggs..i shall try with sausages..
Try, you’ll love it.
Am having this for supper:-) Thank you Jess.
Awesome!!! How did it go?
instead of sausage what else can i use?
Hi Judy? You can use just about any accompaniment of your choice. If you are fan of mushrooms you can use those. Veggies like peas can add a nice twist. A sauce of boneless chicken breasts can also do. Generally anything that work as a great sauce.
Hey Jess…i love ur page so good to see a foodie just like me..ive tried this recepie with Smokies before but first pan fried the smokies before making a sauce with them…should try yours too…:)
Hey Meli, thanks a lot. Never thought of trying it out with smokies, I’ll definitely try that next.