Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Stir-Fried Sausage & Sprouts - NEW RECIPE ALERT Coming Tomorrow!

This evening, I'm not feeling quite up to par (nothing serious, just congested, coughing and oh...lets not forget my "deep manly voice"...LOL), so I wanted to make something quick and easy for dinner. I made one of my favorite easy meals, Stir-Fried Sausage & Sprouts. Most of the time it simply consists of sliced Aidell's smoked chicken sausage and brussels sprouts along with a bit of butter that I stir-fry in either a wok or large skillet. How is THAT for simple? 

Honestly, you can make this dish in about 15 minutes and you can use your own favorite kind of sausage instead. My favorite combination is using Aidell's Chicken & Apple Sausage but I also sometimes use their spicier Habanero and Pepper Jack Sausage. This evening I went with their Chicken & Apple. Since I had a partial small head of red cabbage in the fridge, I sliced it up and tossed it into the stir-fry as well. I love this dish...both because it's easy and despite it's minimal ingredients, it's really good, too. I snapped a quick photo for you to see below. Also, be on the lookout tomorrow for my NEW recipe post! You are going to love this one! I've been enjoying it for several days know, taste testing it to make sure it's good enough! LOL For tonight's easy peasy here: Sausage & Sprouts. For the longest rendition EVER written about brussels sprouts (by moi), click here (what was I thinking???): Sprouts Rendition. Enjoy!



Anonymous said...

I just love sausage and sprouts! It's a great meal for your immune system. Hope you feel better soon! ~
Your biggest fan from Canada

Gourmet Girl Cooks said...

Thanks so much! Yay! So happy that you are my biggest fan from Canada. This is one of my favorite "fast meals". :-)

Anonymous said...

Try this one.... Stir fry cold cooked spaghetti noodles in coconut oil and set aside. Slice chicken apple however u wish, cook for a few mins (3-4) then add fresh garlic, green onions, pasta and Parmesan cheese. Cook for a couple more mins all together just to marry the flavors. Let it hang out for 10 mins before serving. I never add salt but I do add organic chicken bouillon that I pick up from costco. Enjoy!

Gourmet Girl Cooks said...

Hi Anonymous,

It sounds great. I would probably swap the regular spaghetti noodles for zucchini noodles to keep the carbs low. It sounds like a great combination though...I really love the chicken apple sausage. :-)