Weekly Recipe: Chicken, Turkey Sausage & Kale

 

Chicken, Turkey Sausage, and Kale

This week, it’s a healthy meal so we can fit into our bathing suits (well, some of you might be able to … I’ve got a ways to go).

Anyway, it’s Chicken, Turkey Sausage & Kale, and the video above will tell you how to make it. More specifics and the recipe are below.

My husband and kids love this recipe. As I mention in the video, you can add pasta or beans to this if you want it to be a little more hearty.

Ingredients:

  • Chicken breasts or tenders, cut and sauteed in pan with olive oil
  • Turkey sausage (I buy the hot sausage and boil it first for about 15 minutes; then toss in pan with chicken when chicken is done cooking)
  • Kale
  • Chicken broth (I use low-sodium chicken broth, about 3/4 of a cup to a cup for one bag of Kale)
  • Garlic

Directions:

  • Cut up chicken into little pieces and throw in pan with olive oil. Cook until it’s not pink.
  • Boil turkey sausage in water about 15 minutes.
  • Cut up turkey sausage into pieces.
  • Add garlic to pan with chicken; then toss in turkey sausage.
  • In another large pan with lid, measure about a cup of low sodium chicken broth.
  • Toss in kale. Place lid on top. Steam for about 5 minutes.
  • When it’s slightly wilted, toss in chicken and turkey sausage mixture.
  • Serve as meal. We add a fruit on the side.

***You could also add cannellini beans, pasta (small pasta like little shells or ditalini pasta)—whatever you like to make it more hearty if you wish. Otherwise, it’s a healthy little meal. The turkey sausage is low in fat and is the perfect combination for this recipe.

Enjoy! See you next week!

 

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