So I combined two recipes into my own idea of a great meal and it honestly turned out really tasty! Before you read all the ingredients and think this isn't for me, hear me out. First, I cook for my mom and boyfriend, who both don't like mushrooms, so I simply left those out. For the veggies I picked up some already noodled zucchinis and butternut squash from Wegman's, a pack of sweet peppers (red, orange, and yellow), and a red onion. Since my mom and boyfriend also don't prefer peppers and onions, I just threw those into the food processor to dice up real tiny - you can't even tell they are in the meal! My reason for explaining all of this is so you get creative. Pick some vegetables you like, or be spontaneous and give these ones a try. They were a really good mix and pair with the turkey sausage. Plus, start thinking of it as you're finding ways to add more nutrients into your daily life. Variety is the spice of life... Don't just eat broccoli with every meal. Anyways, I did double the turkey sausage (or maybe triple), just so I had enough protein for everyone's meals, so adjust to your own needs. Be gone the days of boring ground lean meat and give this version of turkey sausage a try! I had made it before with this Whole30 Breakfast Lasagna and thought it turned out delicious enough to try in a different type of meal. This was extremely simple to make and you can easily top it over rice for some carbohydrates, if you need. Also, there is a slight kick to this meal, but it's very subtle in my opinion. Definitely worth trying!
Turkey Sausage and Vegetable Skillet
Inspired by the following two recipes:
Low Carb Chicken Sausage and Vegetable Skillet
Whole30 Breakfast Lasagna
Sharing the recipes I prepare to help others eat more nutritious food and begin their journey to a healthier life.