The food of Nepal has a blend of influence from its neighbouring countries like India, Tibet and China with its own gastranomic history.    It is healthy, simple and subtle in flavours.

Today, am posting a quick and easy preparation with a tempting taste from this beautiful little country.

Here, the chicken sausage is gently fried and sauteed along with vegetables. They make good appetizers/starters. Can be enjoyed on its own or added in noodles. Also, goes well with rotis too.

Simple and delicious fried chicken sausages with excellent combination of vegetables for a quick week-end meal.

Prep time : 10 mins, Cooking time : 15 mins, Serves 2-4, Cuisine : Nepal, Author : Gloria


5 nos. chicken sausages

1 onion (sliced/chopped)

2 big garlic cloves (sliced/chopped)

1 green chilly (chopped)

1 carrot (chopped)

1 capsicum (sliced)

a handful of spring onion or leeks (chopped)

1 tomato (chopped)

1 tbsp tomato ketchup

1 tsp soya sauce

½ tsp freshly ground pepper

½ tsp chilly powder

¼ tsp vinegar

Salt to taste



Boil enough water in a vessel and place the chicken sausages into it. Allow to cook for 5 minutes. Drain off the water, tranfer it in a bowl and cut them in roundels.

Heat oil in a pan and tip in the sausages. Lightly fry till tender for a minute.

Add onion, garlic, green chilly, vegetables, salt and saute continuously on high for 2 minutes till soft.

Put ground pepper and chilly powder. Saute to mix.

Now, add ketchup, tomato and soyasauce. Combine everything together. Allow it to cook for 5 mins more.

Finally, add vinegar; give a stir.  Do a taste-test and adjust spices, as required.


My notes:

  • I skipped the capsicum as there was none in my refrigerator
  • Use vegetables of your choice
  • Be careful while adding salt, as the tomato ketchup and soya sauce has enough salt in them

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