Cranberry Chili Party Sausages Nigella Lawson *** ~~*** Cranberry - Chili - Cocktailwürstchen Nigella Lawson

Cranberry Chili Party Sausages

by Nigella Lawson

Wonderful party food - made it many times and is well-liked by almost anybody. There are so many different recipes floating around but this one is really well balanced and not too sweet and very flavorful with the clementine and the chili sauce... very good recipe to make in your crockpot. I do it 4 hours on high or 6 hours on low.

Enjoy Alissa

  • 50 cocktail sausages
  • 125 ml Thai or Chinese sweet chili sauce
  • 60 ml cranberry sauce, from a jar
  • 60 ml soy sauce
  • 1 x 15ml tablespoon dark brown sugar
  • juice of 1 clementine/satsuma
  • juice of 1 lime
❄ Preheat the oven to 200C/gas mark 6.
❄ Put the cocktail sausages in a foil-lined roasting tin or, better still, a throwaway foil baking tray.
❄ Mix the chili, cranberry and soy sauces in a measuring jug and whisk in the sugar along with the clementine (or satsuma) and lime juices.
❄ Pour the glaze over the cocktail sausages and turn them so they are evenly coated, before putting the tin in the oven for 30-40 minutes, with a gentle turnover after 20, by which time they should be hot, burnished and gorgeously sticky. (If you’re cooking chicken wings or ribs, having marinated them overnight in the cranberry-chili-soy goo, you will have to up the cooking time: the wings should need about 45 minutes; the ribs an hour.)
❄ When serving, provide cocktail sticks and napkins, or make sure you have finger bowls or baby wipes to hand.

Freese ahead: Make-ahead as above and freeze for up to 3 months. Thaw overnight in the fridge.

Makes Ahead: 
Put all the sausages in a large, sealable bag (or glass bowl) and add all the other ingredients. Shake or stir everything together until the sausages are well coated and leave in the fridge for up to one day. When ready to use, just tip everything into the cooking tray and cook as directed.

Cranberry - Chili - Cocktailwürstchen

schmackhaftes Fingerfood.... Partyrezept.... By Nigella LawsonKann auch einfach im Slow Coocker zubereitet werden - 4 Std aug High oder 6 Std auf Low.

125 mlChilisauce, Thai Sweet
60 mlMarmelade, Cranberry-
60 mlSojasauce
1 TLZucker, braun oder Rübensirup
1Clementine(n) (den Saft davon)
1Limette(n) (den Saft davon)
50Würstchen, (Mini Wiener, Cocktailwürste)

Den Ofen auf 200° erhitzen 

Die Würste in eine Auflaufform (mit Alufolie ausgelegt) oder Alubackschale (ohne Löcher) legen. 

Die anderen Zutaten alle in einer Schüssel vermischen und über die Würste gießen. Dann für 30-40 backen - nach etwas 20 Min Würstchen wenden. 

Warm mit Zahnstochern servieren. 

diese Sauce/Marinade kann man auch für Chicken Wings oder Spareribs verwenden, dann ist die Backzeit etwas länger!

Dieses Rezept eignet sich das ganze Jahr als Fingerfood für jede Party oder als Snack.
Sehr populär in den USA und Kanada!

Vorbereiten: kann auch bis zu 3 Monaten vorher zubereitet werden und dann Tiefgefroren - auftauen - erwärmen und servieren.
Arbeitszeit ca. 10 Min.Gesamtzeit ca. 10 Min.


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