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Chicken Sausage Skillet

Dinner tonight was a quick and easy one dish meal with just three ingredients.

Chicken Sausage Skillet

Ingredients:

1/2 head shredded savoy cabbage

2 sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into chunks

1 package of Chicken Sausage (I used sweet apple flavor)

Mrs. Dash original seasoning

3 T coconut oil

I purchased my sausage at Whole foods.  It was a 12 oz. package of four nitrate frees sausage links.

I have seen similar products at the local grocery store.   You could use any kind of sausage for this dish.

Directions:

Boil the potatoes in a little water until just beginning to soften, don’t overcook.

Add the cabbage to the skillet with the coconut oil and cook on medium-low until soft.

Add the sausage, cut into bite size pieces.  Add the drained potatoes to the skillet.  Coat everything with the seasoning and cover.  Cook on low until everything is blended together and the sausage is heated thoroughly.

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One Response

  1. This was very easy and good, all 3 of my boys asked for seconds on this! I did not use the coconut oil and just used butter instead, it was a family hit and one I will make again.

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