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Spicy Vindaloo Sausages with a Cooling Raita

Spicy Vindaloo Sausages with a Cooling Raita
Looking for an easy way to spice up your sausages? Look no further, because we have the perfect recipe to turn your simple sausages into a culinary delight. Unique and delicious, these spicy Vindaloo sausages served with a cooling mint and cucumber raita are great for parties. 

Ingredients

For the Sausages
All you need is our Asian Home Gourmet Indian Vindaloo Spice Paste and some beef or lamb sausages. If you want to serve these as a snack for guests, use cocktail sausages instead.

For the Raita
2 cups of plain unsweetened Greek yoghurt
2 Lebanese cucumbers, diced
2 tablespoons shredded mint
1 teaspoon salt

Method
1. Coat your sausages in the Asian Home Gourmet Vindaloo spice paste and marinade them in the fridge for at least a couple of hours. For the best results, plan in advance and leave them in the fridge overnight. 
2. Ten minutes before you begin cooking your sausages, combine the yoghurt, cucumbers, mint and salt in a serving bowl and place it in the fridge.
3. Take the sausages out of the fridge and place them on a foil-lined baking tray.
4. Set your grill to high and cook the sausages for 10 minutes
5. Turn the sausages and cook for a further 10 minutes
6. Take the raita out of the fridge and serve immediately with the sausages. 

To make this delicious recipe at home, grab one of our Vindaloo Spice Pastes, or visit our website for more recipe ideas.

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