Paleo Anti-inflammatory Chicken and Apple Sausage Recipe
Want a yummy tasting Paleo, Whole30, and anti-inflammatory compliant dish? Try this Anti-inflammatory Chicken and Apple Sausage recipe which truly checks off all the right vegetables and proteins for a delightful dish that satisfies and can function as breakfast, lunch, or dinner for your family. I was recently asked by Aidells® to create some unique tips for using their sausage, and this is a dish I make regularly in my anti-inflammatory kitchen.
If you remember, I was diagnosed with Severe Degenerative Osteoarthritis of the Spine last season and I have switched to a no-dairy, no-soy, no-grain, no-sugar diet. Very similar to a Paleo or Whole30 diet, this way of eating has reduced my pain by nearly 75% and in conjunction with walking one hour a day, has totally changed my health and outlook on life.
Beyond eating with the above dietary restrictions, I have also been searching for low-chemical meat products. Aidells® Chicken & Apple Sausage has no nitrites, MSG, or added hormones. I purchased the sausage at Meijer’s and you can too with the mPerks $1/1 coupon for “Aidells® Dinner Links and Meatballs” running from 5/1 to 5/28 – here’s a LINK to the mPerk Coupon. Keeping our food as clean as possible is important and the bottom line is that eating well makes a difference – plus it tastes delicious.
This recipe is great because it is super simple and only has four primary ingredients, so it is really quick to prepare. I prepare the dish often just for me because I love the flavor of the sausage and butternut squash flavor. So delicious! I typically eat one portion, then freeze the remaining three portions. Three quick minutes in the microwave will reheat this frozen Anti-inflammatory Chicken and Apple Sausage recipe for a fast breakfast on the go.
- One package Aidells® Chicken and Apple Sausage, sliced in rounds
- 4 cups cubed butternut squash (substitute sweet potatoes if preferred)
- 1 large onion cubed
- Coconut Oil
- S & P to taste
- Microwave butternut squash with a little water in a bowl for five minutes or until fork tender. Heat coconut oil in a frying pain. Saute onions and sausage until onion begins to caramelize and sausage browns. Add butternut squash. Stir. Salt and pepper to taste. Serve.
According to the FTC rules, I need to let you know that Aidells® asked me to blog about this anti-inflammatory chicken and apple sausage recipe and this is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Aidells®. The opinions and text are all mines.