Curried sausages is a staple recipe in a lot of family homes in Australia, including our homes when we were kiddos! We created this keto curried sausage recipe to reminisce and we enjoyed it way more than we thought we would! It is honestly so easy to make and mild enough to suit most family members. You can always add come more chilli powder or chilli sauce if you like your keto curried sausages a little on the spicer side.
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Keto winter warmer recipes!
There is nothing more satisfying on a cold winter’s night than a warm and hearty soup, curry or stew. It really does warm you up from the inside out and completely satisfies your hunger. Nothing beats a delicious and flavourful slow cooked meat dish served with a big dollop of creamy cauliflower mash.
The great thing about winter warmer recipes is that you can quite often use cheaper cuts of meat and cook them low and slow, like our osso bucco stew.
Here are some of our favourite keto winter warmer recipes;
The best keto-friendly sausages
Choosing the best sausage option for a low carb diet can be a bit of a minefield. Traditionally sausages do always contain some type of ‘filler’ like flour or potato starch to help with the texture. However, there can be a massive difference in the amounts of fillers and the ingredients used across different brands of sausages.
We tend to look at both the ingredients and the carbohydrate amounts on the nutrition labels and compare between the available sausage options to make the best choice we can each time we shop. Once you start doing this you will see that some sausages have A LOT of unnecessary ingredients!
Check out our latest YouTube video for our review of the best sausages available at Coles, Woolies and Aldi;
If you love sausages as much as we do, make sure you also give our sausage tray bake a go.
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- When using arrowroot to thicken a recipe you need to be very careful not to heat the gravy too high as it will lose its thickness. So add the arrowroot slurry over low heat and once it is thickened remove from the heat.
- You can use whatever sausages you prefer for this recipe and you may need to check out the options at your local supermarket or butcher to find the ones with the lowest fillings. We prefer the flavour of pork sausages, so we used chipolatas in this recipe.
- If you would prefer not to use arrowroot powder for thickening the sauce, you can leave the sauce as is and it will just be a little runnier. Alternatively, you could use 1/4 – 1/2 a teaspoon of xanthan gum sprinkled lightly over the curry and stirred in off the heat.
- We like to serve our keto curried sausages with creamy cauliflower mash, but you could serve it with a side of steamed green vegetables, a side salad or even cauliflower rice.
- This is a fairly mild dish, so it should appeal to kids and most people who do not like spicy food. If you prefer your curried sausages spicer, you can add in some additional chilli flakes, powder, paste or sauce.
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Keto Curried Sausages
We grew up with our Mum’s making curried sausages on a regular basis, not only was it a family favourite, but it is also pretty cost effective. With this keto curried sausages recipe you can still enjoy this low carb winter warmer meal, without worrying about the carb count! The whole family will love this keto curried sausage recipe and we love to serve it with some mashed cauliflower for a complete meal!
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- Heat a large high sided frying pan or skillet over medium heat and add one tablespoon of the ghee
- Once the pan is heated, add the sausages or chipolatas and cook for 3-4 minutes on each side until browned and cooked through
- Remove the sausages from the pan and set aside on a plate. Add the second tablespoon of ghee to the pan and then add in the sliced onions
- Saute the onions for approximately 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. You want the onions to be cooking slowly, not browning
- Next, add the Curry in a Hurry sachet and stir while cooking the spices for 1-2 minutes, until fragrant and combined with the ghee and onions
- Add the coconut milk and broth, stir and bring to a simmer
- Add the sausages back in and simmer for approximately 10 minutes for the flavours to come together
- Taste the sauce and add salt if desired for extra seasoning
- Just before serving you want to thicken the sauce. Turn the heat to low. Combine the cold water and arrowroot powder in a small bowl and stir until smooth
- Add the arrowroot mixture to the sausage curry and stir to combine and the sauce will thicken. Once thickened remove from the heat and serve
- Be aware that if you continue to cook the curry for too long, bring it to a boil, or try to reheat over high heat later on, that the arrowroot thickening will no longer be activated
- We like to serve this keto curried sausages with mashed cauliflower and a garnish of fresh coriander leaves