Recipe – Dukan – Chicken Sausage Stir Fry

Imagine for one moment the sheer joy of finding these…

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In a grocery store in Hong Kong. Transporting by (much delayed) train to Guangzhou for an overnight and then by plane (which pushed back at EXACTLY the scheduled time) to Hangzhou. I know, they’re available in most grocery stores, but not here.

I fell in love with these gluten-free, low carb, absolutely delicious sausage in January, while home on holiday. Tonight I had them for dinner.

CHICKEN SAUSAGE STIR FRY
Serves 1

1 Tbs coconut oil
1 medium carrot, quartered then cut in chunks
1/2 large onion (I prefer red ones) chopped
2 scallions chopped
4 big mushrooms chopped
2 al fresco Chicken Sausage, quartered and cut into bite-sized pieces
1 Tbs Italian herbs
Salt and pepper to taste

Prep ingredients.
Heat pan on medium, melt coconut oil.
Add carrots and sautée with lid on for 2-3 minutes.
Add Italian herbs.
Add onion and scallion, stir frequently. Cook for 2 minutes.
Add Sausage, cook for 2 minutes with lid on. Reduce heat to medium-low.
Add mushrooms, give it a stir and put lid on for another 2 minutes.
Enjoy!

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13 thoughts on “Recipe – Dukan – Chicken Sausage Stir Fry

  1. You must have been so happy. I remember finding American conditioner and smelling it for nearly 5 minutes in the middle of a crowded store. It smelled so incredibly delicious. I almost bought it until I realized I was about to pay $8 for Suave. Haha. I also cried the first time I found mascarpone cheese and good zucchini. Oh China.

    • Oh China is right… LOL. Of course you know the feeling, Kira 😀

      I did cry, in that same grocery store in HK, back in January when I found Halumi Cheese and had memories of Abu Dhabi flood me… $8 Suave… I might have been tempted… lol

  2. Love the Al Fresco chicken sausages . . . I have 2 packages in my refrigerator right now! I usually keep 1 package in the freezer in case I don’t have other proteins on hand. I can imagine how happy you must have been to find them in China . . . I find them a meal treat in the states!!

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