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I’m glad you’re here! Get ready to learn about Aidells® Sausage at Publix. If you’d like to, you can also go straight to my Cajun Style Sausage Recipe.
I am proud to partner with Aidells® Sausage to bring you this flavorful and delicious Low-Carb Cajun Style Sausage with Cauliflower Rice recipe. I’ve been seeing a lot of cauliflower rice around the Internet over the past several months especially, and since I have recently discovered how magically versatile cauliflower is, I knew that this post would be the time I would try it out. And I am so glad I did!
I have long been a fan of Cajun and Creole flavors and of andouille sausage in particular. I mean, what’s not to love about garlicky, porky, spicy sausage? For this post, I honor Cajun flavors in an easy, weeknight meal sort of way. No roux here, making the dish both gluten-free (the Aidells® sausage is already gluten-free) and easy to tackle for a fast meal. The cauliflower rice is low in both calories and carbs and makes a delicious, healthy alternative to white rice for folks who eat low-carb. This meal is also paleo-friendly, if that is a way of eating that speaks to you.
Find Aidells® at Publix
I purchased my Aidells® Cajun Style Andouille Sausage at Publix, where incidentally, the price is already lower than at the grocery store closer to home. If you have a Publix near you, they are running a 2 for $10 from March 17-March 25. This is an excellent price on some really high quality, juicy, well-spiced sausage, you guys!
A Bit About Aidells® Sausage
Before I share my recipe for Low-Carb Cajun-Style Sausage, let me tell you just a bit about Aidells® sausages. You already know they’re gluten-free, but they’re also nitrite-free, made with meat raised with no added hormones and is made in small batches using real, pronounceable ingredients. The Cajun Style Andouille is also double smoked, and the flavor is full and rich. So good. Aidells® Sausages are also fully cooked and just need to be heated through. You can broil them, grill them or cut them in discs and saute them as I did. However you cook them, they’re ready to eat in about 8 minutes.
In America, we tend to consign sausages to the breakfast table, the ball park or the cookout. It’s kind of weird because sausages make appearances on dinner tables all over the world.
Next time you’re trying to come up with a fast, easy dinner idea, don’t forget about pre-cooked sausages that, when served with plenty of vegetables makes a really tasty and healthy meal.
And now, I hope you’re hungry, because it’s time to learn to make my Low-Carb Cajun Style Sausage Recipe with Cauliflower Rice.