Monday, November 4, 2013

Chicken Sausages, Sweet Potato, Parsnips, & Apple Recipe, Gluten Free


Chicken Sausages, Sweet Potato, Parsnips, & Apple Recipe:


If this is looking vaguely familiar, it's probably because this is a variation on a theme, another recipe using Alfresco gluten-free chicken sausages. So far, I've tried Spicy Jalapeno, Sundried Tomato, and Sweet Apple. Changing up the sausages and adding a variety of vegetables or fruit to them keeps it from getting boring. And they're delicious!

Another gluten-free recipe.

Alfresco GF Chicken Sausages (Apple, in this case) - 4, diced.
I cut each one in half lengthwise, then each of those halves in three strips, then diced up the strips. I'm pretty sure you could have figured it out by yourself. lol
1 sweet potato, pared and diced (In this case, I had just used the last of the sweet potatoes, so I used carrot instead)
2 parsnips, pared and diced
1 onion, sliced
1 McIntosh apple, cored and cut into chunks. Do not peel (pare?)

Black beans, rinsed and drained (1 can)
Cayenne (I used one of my dried cayenne peppers, opened and seeds sprinkled onto this dish)
Salt
Butter and Olive Oil

Saute diced sausages in olive oil and butter until one side is crispy. The butter helps brown them. Remove from skillet and set aside on a paper towel or plate.

Steam sweet potato and parsnips for a few minutes. Set aside.

In the skillet place onion and saute until translucent and limp and kinda caramelized.

In same skillet, add the browned sausages and steamed parsnips and sweet potato. Also add black beans.. Toss to heat thoroughly. Add apple chunks and heat thoroughly Sprinkle with cayenne seeds and salt. Toss again.

Serve.

Delicious!

P.S. Bonnie, I love that spoon holder you gave me! :-)


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15 comments:

ImSoVintage Laura Walker said...

Looks delicious. I have to confess that I have never cooked with parsnips. xo Laura

Jenn S said...

Sounds delicious.. I wish Chris was more of a fan of any kind of sausage, I would cook with it way more often :)

Trace4J said...

Looks wonderful.
I need to make this one too.
For breakfast lunch or dinner.
Woolie Hugs

Terri D. said...

Looks and sounds delicious! I doubt I could get Joe to enjoy it, but I know I would love this!

Sandra said...

yummmm and me to on never cooked with parsnips, i saw that in laura's comment

Vicki @ lifeinmyemptynest said...

This looks healthy and delicious. It is so colorful too :-)

Judy S. said...

Wish I could find those sausages! That looks very tasty. I've never cooked with parsnips either. What else do you do with them?

Yenta Mary said...

What a beautiful, colorful, nutritious meal!

Susie said...

Oh yum. A very pretty dish and healthy too. :):) xoxo,Susie

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I went back and looked at the spoon holder...how nice! Enjoy your week!

podso said...

My favorite kind of cooking It looks healthy and delicious. Thanks for the recipe!

Cheryl @ TFD said...

I'm like Laura and never have cooked with parsnips. Looks really pretty and tasty!

NanaDiana said...

That sounds delicious, Judy. My husband had never had parsnips in his adult life until I stuck them in some pasties a few years back. I love the flavor they add to a dish. My Dad just loved them-even plain with butter and salt and pepper- xo Diana

Isabelle Thornton said...

I am loving your recipes!! This sounds so good. Have a super week my friend. Isabelle

Isabelle Thornton said...

Featuring you tomorrow!!Hugs

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