Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Chettinad Sausage

The day I was making this chettinad recipe, my husband as usual was poking his nose in each and every ingredients....."are you going to make a paste of the onion?"..."will you fry the onion first?"...."is it necessary to use cinnamon?" and so on.........Actually he does not like the taste of raw onion....though I assured him that the onion would not be a problem...he was not fully convinced...so he kept his eyes on what I was doing with the ingredients. But as the cooking started and the aroma of the masalas started to come out.....he was the one to go crazy over it and was looking eagerly to taste it......and it was my turn to poke him ..:)


Ingredients:

1. Chicken sausages- 7
2. Curry leaf- 15
3. Coriander powder- 1 large tbs
4. Red chilly powder- 1 tbs
5. Turmeric powder- 1/2 tbs
6. Cumin powder (roasted)- 1 tsp
7. Salt to taste
8. Cinnamon- 1 stick
9. Hing- 1/2 tsp
10. Green cardamom- 2
11. Bhuna garam masala- 1/4 tsp
12. Ginger-garlic paste- 1 large tbs
13. Onion- 2
14. Tomato- 1
15. Green chilly- 2
16. Roasted cumin seed- 1 tsp
17. Nawabi mutton masala- 1/2 tsp
18. Garlic- 2 cloves
19. Olive oil
20. Roasted coriander seed- 1 tbs

Procedure :


First cut the chicken sausages into small pieces and keep aside. Now in a blender blend 1 onion, 8 curry leaves, cumin seed, cumin powder, ginger-garlic paste, cardamom , cinnamon , turmeric , red chilly, coriander powder , roasted coriander seeds and 1 tbs oil. Do not use water to blend it. If needed add some more oil. Now marinate the sausages with this paste and add salt. Marinate for 4 to 5 hours. Now heat oil in a non stick kadhayi and add the marinated sausages. Add the left over of the marinade. Fry them on medium flame. 


In a separate kadhayi heat 2 tbs oil and add chopped onion , green chilly, curry leaves and garlic. Fry them until onion turns brown. Add the chopped tomato , ginger paste and cook over low flame until the tomato gets mashed up a little. Add half a cup of water and add little turmeric , coriander powder , hing , mutton masala and cover it. When the sausages are fried properly and they start sticking to the base, remove them from the flame and add to the tomato-onion mixture. Cover and cook for 5 to 8 minutes until the water dries up. Check the salt level and sprinkle the bhuna garam masala and turn off the heat. Serve the hot Chettinad Sausage with rice or paratha.


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35 comments:

  1. Yummy delicious ..flavorful one...love it!!

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  2. awesome way to prepare the dish!! need ot try ur version :)

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  3. Quite an interesting way to have sausage,delicious!

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  4. Ok. I got to try this one. My mouth is already watering.

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  5. A flavorful dish... :)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  6. Thanks for visiting my space.. What a ncie dish!! Will participate in the events mentioned. Are you on the FB page of Blr bloggers? Where r u in Blr?

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  7. Thanks Richa....nopes I m nt on that FB page....can you share the link with me?

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  8. Lovely looking dish...Looks yummy...

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  9. sounds amazingly tasty...cant wait to giv a try...;)
    Tasty Appetite

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  10. Mouthwatering dish.......Very nice clicks. I am drooling here.

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  11. hi kushi, didnt think sausage can turn into a spicy dish..this is new to me.. would it nice to eat on its own without rice or roti

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  12. Wow this is a great way to use sausages. I'm a vegetarian and feel uncomfortable to cook non-veg. My husband is a hard core non- vegetarian, I've been thinking of cooking something special for him, and chettinad sausages would make my life so much easier.

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  13. Hi Kushi,
    What a lovely way to cook sausages, and looks yumm too. Will surely be trying this recipe soon. And thanks for visiting my blog. Rest assured after seeing the recipes here, I am going to be a regular

    Cheers

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  14. @ cooking varieties......yes it was tasty enough.....you can have it directly.
    Thanks a lot everyone

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  15. very new recipe and it looks so delicious !!!!!

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  16. A nice mix of flavours quite interesting.

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  17. delicious looking sausage looks wonderful

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  18. Still I can’t see this type of blog where we get all information about this topic and it’s a great blog. I got information which are I am finding from long time. Everything define in this blog are awesome. You should continue do this type of blog.

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  19. very interesting recipe using sausages, looks delicious dear..

    I will surely send my recipe to the kerala kitchen event, thanks for reminding me..:)

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  20. Innovative way to cook sausages...thanks for inviting me...will surely participate.

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  21. spicy and yummy...bookmarked...cant wait to try this one

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  22. superb recipe kushi. Chittinad style sausage is new to me and it is inviting me a lot.

    Cheers,
    Uma

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  23. That's a superb idea to use sausages Khushi. Looks so tempting!

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  24. This is new to me. Chicken sausages with masala sounds so delicious!! A must try:)

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  26. lovely combination of flavors

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  27. hey there, chanced upon your blog when i was bloghopping.i remember making something with sausages ages ago too, when i was really new to cooking. i think i experimented more then, mostly due to lack of enough ingredients or laziness :) brought back memories seeing this dish!

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  28. The Chettinaad sausage does look very yummy. The dish is full of flavours and I like it very much!

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