This Devilled Sausages Recipe makes the perfect comfort food. Quick dinners are made easy with this one-pan recipe that features a spicy tomato sauce and rich, spicy sausages.
You’re in for a treat if you’ve never tried devilled sausages. If you have tried devilled sausages before but use packet mixes from the store, you are also in for a treat. These are 10000x better (so that you know).
What are Devilled Sausages?
Devilled sausages can be described as a quick sausage casserole with a sweet, spicy, and slightly sticky sauce. They are often prepared in one pan with a rich tomatoey/beefy glaze and served with fruits like apples, pears, or currants.
You can make devilled sausages for your weeknight dinners. It’s a quick, easy, and great way to eliminate some pantry staples.
It can be difficult to find a traditional devilled sausage recipe. I don’t believe I’ve ever seen it twice! Here’s my version!
Ingredients for Devilled Sausages
- Pork Sausages
- Beef Stock + Cornstarch, Cornflour
- Chopped Tomatoes
- Worcestershire Sauce
- Soy Sauce
- Smoked Paprika
- Cayenne Pepper
How to make Devilled Sausages
- Sauté your sausages in a pan until golden and cooked through. Take out of the pan.
- Cook the onion and apple in a pan until they are golden. Add your garlic and fry for another minute. Finally, pour your beef stock + cornstarch, chopped tomatoes, and onions.
- Stir in your cayenne pepper, mustard, Worcestershire sauce and soy sauce. Season the mixture with thyme. Let it simmer for a few minutes until the sauce thickens, and the sausages are fully cooked.
It’s that easy!
What to serve with Devilled Sausages
It has to be creamy mashed potatoes. Bangers and mash are a wonderful combination. Adding a rich tomatoey sauce is a foodgasm waiting for it to happen.
These can also be eaten with rice, which I have tried before. For a low-carb option, try adding cauliflower rice.
A sprinkle of fresh parsley is fab, no matter what.
These devilled sausages are a great addition to your dinner rotation! This delicious homemade version is sure to please, whether you have tried them before or not.