Cajun Spiced Sausages

Sausages have always been a family favourite! We love it in all forms – grilled, fried, curried; you name it. During my childhood, the most common way I enjoyed these were as a sausage curry which we used to have with kubbuiz (Arabic bread) or chappathis (Indian flat bread). Or my mum used to shallow fry the sausages, cut into bite-sized pieces and then hand it over to me and my siblings with loads of tomato ketchup. And a fight always ensued as to who gets the last piece.

What I like best about sausages is the fact that these are so versatile and can be enjoyed in several different ways. Though my favourite remains the grilled hot dog, I try and experiment with the different types of sausages that I get here (the variety here overwhelms me each time) and come up with something new each time.

In today’s recipe, I have grilled the sausages and cut it up into bite sized pieces. The sausages were then tossed with Cajun seasoning, a bit of olive oil and chopped coriander leaves. Cajun spiced sausages make a great starter especially with a glass of wine.

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Ingredients:

(I have used Don’s skinless footy franks for this recipe but you use any type of sausage you wish to)

1. 8 skinless sausages
2. 3 tbsp olive oil
3. 1 – 1 1/2 tbsp Cajun seasoning (available at most supermarkets)
4. 1 tbsp fresh coriander leaves; finely chopped
5. Salt; to season

Lemon wedges; to serve


Method:

• Grill the sausages on a barbecue or stove top grill (or shallow fry if you do not have a grill).
• Remove from heat and cut into small pieces and place in a bowl.
• Add Cajun seasoning, olive oil and fresh coriander leaves.
• Toss well, taste and add salt if necessary.
• Serve with lemon wedges.

Cajun sausages, a delicious party starter - thespiceadventuress.com

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3 thoughts on “Cajun Spiced Sausages

  1. […] starters, we had Cajun sausages and grilled […]

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  2. Amrita November 20, 2014 at 9:03 pm Reply

    Nice , Thanks for sharing 🙂

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