One of the questions I receive most often is some version of, what do you eat for dinner when you have hardly any time to cook? When it isn’t cereal or a piece of toast covered in avocado, it usually is some version of greens, chicken sausage, peppers, onions and whatever spices and flavors strike my fancy. Sometimes I add marinara sauce and eat it over pasta or spaghetti, other times it’s lots of garlic and served over cauliflower puree, it may be poblanos or jalapenos for a spicy version, or even sometimes teriyaki sauce for an Asian spin. Either way, here is the basic recipe that gets me started. In terms of the points and nutritional info, this will vary greatly depending on the chicken sausage you use so make sure to check the stats.
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If at anytime your veggies begin to burn, just add a touch of chicken broth to the pan and this will prevent further burning.
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