Low Syn Curried Sausages | Slimming World

These Low Syn Curried Sausages came about after having a hankering for a chippy dinner one night. Sadly, Chippy + Slimming World = a gazillion Syns, so we thought we’d make Low Syn Curried Sausages instead!

Low Syn Curried Sausages | Slimming World

For the full list of ingredients and comprehensive instructions, please see the recipe card at the end of this post. Before you scroll, there’s important stuff in the blurb 👍

We tend to prefer the lightness of Asian dishes over a curry, but these Low Syn Curried Sausages are certainly something we’re going to make again and again!

I know this sounds like one of those “odd” recipes. Us Brits wouldn’t usually think of putting sausages in a curry, but we wouldn’t think twice about having sausage, curry sauce and chips from the chippy.

Low Syn Curried Sausages | Slimming World

Curried Sausages is as common as Spag Bol in Australia, and after chatting to an Aussie friend we decided to give it the Slimming World treatment.

The regular version of Curried Sausages, is one of those recipes passed down through the generations. It doesn’t usually contain much veg apart from the curry sauce.

In our Slimming World version, Low Syn Curried Sausages, we’ve crammed as much veg as we can into it. Even the sauce is made of speed food!

Low Syn Curried Sausages | Slimming World

I’m going to quit trying to persuading you to try this because you should. It is glorious, and will be featuring on our meal plan!

Whenever we need to replace oil in cooking we use Frylight. Perfect for everyday frying and cooking, it delivers exactly one calorie per spray, which makes it Syn free! The Rapeseed or Coconut Oil flavours are ideal for this Low Syn Curried Sausages recipe.

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What sausages should I use for Low Syn Curried Sausages?

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You can grab their sausages in a few of our hamper deals, you really should give them a try.


We even have a special Sausage selection box! Their full-size sausages come in at 1 Syn each, and Chipolatas at 0.5 Syns each.

Either are PERFECT for these Low Syn Curried Sausages!

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Low Syn Curried Sausages

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364kcal 6

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  1. Mist a frying pan/wok with Frylight and heat
  2. Add in the chopped onion, minced garlic and diced carrots, cook on a high heat for 5 minutes stirring frequently until the onions are browned
  3. Add the curry powder and fry for a further minute
  4. Add in the 500ml Chicken stock, diced potatoes, diced Butternut squash and turn the heat down. Simmer for 20-25 minutes
  5. Blitz the curry sauce in a blender or attack with a stick blender until the sauce has a smooth consistency
  6. Place the chopped sausages, diced courgette and chopped peppers into the curry sauce. Cook on high for a further 10 minutes until the sausages are cooked
  7. If the sauce is too thick for your liking, simply add some more water or chicken stock. Serve with rice, chips or even both!

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  1. This reminds me of the Currywurst which you can get in Germany so it’s one to definitely try but using low syn or syn free sausages instead of the Bratwurst used in Germany. We have a local wholesale butcher who sells syn free sausages in several flavours including tomato which I think may go well in this recipe.

  2. how many carbs and sugar in this pls, I’m diabetic and need a low carb diet, would this be okay can’t have more than 30gm of carbs per meal

  3. Hi, my daughter and hubby don’t like
    Courgettes, any suggestions for something different to use? Would it make a big difference if we just missed them out? Sounds yummy so I’ll be trying this thanks x

    1. Hi Fiona
      If you’re not keen on courgettes, you can leave them out. You could replace with an extra carrot and an extra pepper to bulk out the other ingredients. Enjoy!

    1. Hi Anna
      The potato is necessary to create the thickness in the sauce. You wouldn’t get the same texture without it. 🙂

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