Broccoli Slaw Skillet Dinner Recipe

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Broccoli Slaw Skillet Dinner Recipe
Ever wonder what to do with a package of broccoli slaw (besides adding dressing and serving it as a side salad)? How about adding sausage and turning it into a quick and easy meal in a skillet?

I love 2-ingredient recipes and this one has lots about it to love. It's full of flavor and it's full of fiber and other things that are good for you. Now, I'm not saying that smoked sausage is the healthiest food on the planet, but it can be very tasty and filling and it goes well with broccoli and cabbage and all their nutritional benefits. Here's my quick and easy recipe:

Broccoli Slaw Skillet Dinner

1 bag broccoli slaw (pick it up in the produce department)
1 12 to 16-ounce package smoked sausage (choose your favorite; turkey sausage is a healthier alternative)

Slice the smoked sausage into bite-sized pieces. Start heating a skillet or wok over medium-high heat as you slice. Add the sliced sausage to the skillet and cook a few minutes, stirring as it browns and releases its flavor. Open and add the package of broccoli slaw, gently stirring it into the tasty sausage drippings. Cook for a few minutes until the vegetables are hot and tender crisp. Speed it up by adding a lid to the skillet and steaming for a minute or two. Stir again, then serve.

Time from refrigerator to table: About 15 minutes
Makes 4-6 servings


Last night I served this with small bowls of warm homemade applesauce that I made in the slow cooker and a few slices of fresh brown bread from the bread machine, a comfort food meal that we really enjoyed.

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8 comments:

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    1. I'm with you, graceonline! Thanks so much for stopping by!

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  2. I could eat the whole pan myself... I love broccoli!! :)

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    1. This puts a nice and bit of a different spin on broccoli. Enjoy it, Rhonda!

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  3. Yummy I am going to try this one and so easy. I bet turkey or chicken would work too.

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  4. I don't see why not! I'd start with a bit of butter or oil if you use turkey or chicken, just to keep it nice and moistened. Let me know if you try it, and thanks so much for the suggestion!

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  5. I love how simple this is. Might have this tonight

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    1. Thank you, Shinichi! I'm sure your magic touch will turn it into a gourmet delight!

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