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Cooking Recipe Of The Week – Veggies & Sausage

Cooking Recipe Of The Week

Hello ,Everybody ! Who doesn’t love cooking a delicious meal that is also healthy sitting in front of them? In know that I do ! I love considering myself as a Foodie,and I like trying out and cooking new recipes and foods when I can. This week, I am sharing a dish that’s easy to make, chock full of veggies,and bursting with flavor ! I make it from time to time at home ,and I made a week ago when I hosted my #DisneySide At Home Celebrations event. Everyone enjoyed it…even the kids ! And I enjoyed knowing that I was providing a dish that was both nutritious and delicious … go me,lol !  Anyway, I think that you and your family and friends might enjoy this fun, quickly prepared ,and really yummy meal. Check it out, try it out, and let me know what you think about ! Enjoy !!

Cooking It Yourself – Sausage and Veggies (Yum) !!

Ingredients

  1.   2 14 oz. packs Turkey Sausage
  2. 1 pound snap peas (fresh)
  3.  1 bag baby carrots (fresh)
  4.  4-6 red potatoes (chopped)
  5.  1/2 pound cauliflower
  6.  2-3 garlic cloves (minced)
  7.  Himalayan pink salt and Pepper to taste

You can also substitute veggies. I made two different versions – Veggies and Sausage and Sausage and Peppers !

cooking recipe - veggies and sausage

cooking recipe of the week - veggies and sausage

How to make  –

Preheat oven to 350 degrees (preheating is almost always the best thing when it comes to baking foods). Combine all the food ingredients together in a suitable casserole dish. (I used a disposable aluminum dish  hat was maybe 16 inches across that you can find at the Dollar Tree store)  Add the garlic,salt and pepper and toss through. You could even add a little garlic powder,if you like. Add a little bit of water (about half a cup)to slightly cover just the bottom of the casserole dish ensure that the veggies will be steamed properly. Place into preheated oven with dish covered. Leave cooking for about 20 minutes,or until all veggies are cooked through but still firm. Eat as is or serve with rice or pasta. Enjoy !