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Sausage “Stir-Fry”

Improvised dinner again tonight, and one of the other roommates showed up just in time to try it out. She said it was great and she’d want it made for dinner again!

Here’s the complete improvisation of my recipe:

4 Aidell’s Sausages (I recommend either Habanero Green Chile or Spicy Mango and Jalapeno for a kick, but any flavor will do…)
1 sliced green bell pepper
1 husk of white corn
1/2 brown onion – sliced
1 handful of green beans
1 generous splash of lemon juice
1 generous splash of Wyder’s Raspberry Cider (raspberry is the flavor I used because I had it on hand, but feel free to improvise with your own flavor, or even regular beer)
2 dashes of Mrs. Dash Fiesta Lime
1 dash garlic salt
1 dash black pepper

Coat a large pan in Pam Olive Oil spray, place on medium heat. Add white corn (after scraping off the cob, of course), onion, green beans, green bell pepper, lemon juice, and cider to pan and simmer, stirring occasionally for evenness in cooking. Cut up sausages while heating vegetables on stove, then toss into pan. Stir occasionally, bringing heat up to medium-high. Add Mrs. Dash Fiesta Lime, garlic salt, and black pepper while stirring. Allow to cook until vegetables are tender and sausages are completely warm. (Aidell’s sausages are pre-cooked, so you really just need to make sure their temperature matches the rest of the dish.) Remove from heat and let sit for about 5 to 10 minutes.

If you want to bulk it out, I recommend serving with a small portion of brown rice.


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