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In need of a delicious and healthy low carb meal? These baked zucchini noodles are cheesy, packed with veggies and the best organic Kiolbassa Smoked Meats turmeric and bell pepper beef sausage. This gluten free zoodles recipe is easy to make with minimal prep time. Cooking zucchini as a low carb pasta substitute is simple and very satisfying, add in flavorful smoked sausage, and you're in for a delicious and healthy dinner.
Cooking zucchini noodles is the new hot thing with people cutting out gluten and carbs from their diet. Noodles made from veggies? Sign us up! You've probably seen zucchini noodles using tomato sauce, meatballs and all sorts of things.
How about adding in some super high quality organic beef sausage, cheese, bell peppers and tomatoes? YUM! We use some of our favorite summer ingredients to make a highly delicious keto friendly meal that is sure to satisfy.
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Start by browning the sausages on each side in a dry frying pan. Then add them to the slow cooker. In the same pan, saut the onions with olive oil for a few minutes until they start to turn soft.
Can I make this in the oven? Brown the sausages and sautÃ© the onions in a cast iron dish thenÂ bake for 1.5-2 hours at 180.C with the lid on until potatoes are cooked through. Remove the lid to thicken up the sauce.
Cut skinless smoked sausage in half, lengthwise, then cut into inch half moon pieces. Cook in a cast iron skillet for about 15 minutes, stirring frequently, to brown slightly.Meanwhile, place the cooked and diced potatoes into a 2-quart saucepan. Adding cooked meat also stir sweetly .
Top Tip 2 â€“ You dont need to cook the sausages right through in the first instance, just get a nice browned crust on them. The small amount of excess char from the sausages will also adds smokiness to the casserole.
The smokiness aspect of this casserole comes from a few different ingredients. Smoked paprika is a large contributor, as are the chorizo sausages. But the key ingredient is the BBQ sauce. It sounds strange, but it really REALLY works. It not only adds a touch of sweetness to the casserole, which helps balance out the other flavours, but adds to that gorgeous background smokiness.
What beans to use in a sausage casserole?
a Sausages - I usually go for good quality Cumberland sausages. I recommend using a eutral' flavoured sausage, i.e not packed with different herbs etc otherwise it'll throw off the flavour. Also, as the sausage are the star of the show, don't skimp out of cheap ones!
f Make ahead - if you want to make this ahead of time, make as stated, simmer for 90mins then cool, cover and pop in the fridge. 15mins before serving take it out, add in the beans and pop on the hob again over medium heat, using water to thin out as needed.