Cooking With Sausage & Squash

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Both of my parents were nine-to-fivers when I was growing up.  I was the oldest and my teenage life consisted of rushing home afterschool to take care of my siblings.  Not that I minded!  I had free reign of the house till the parents got home.  I usually made a snack for my brother and sister and would get dinner started.  I was a pro at putting rice and water in the rice cooker. That was about all my mama trusted me with.  The go-to easy dinner in our family was rice and fill-in-the-blank food. One of our favorite fill-in-the-blank food was pan fried Farmer John sausage.  Even for breakfast!  All my mama did was add some scrambled eggs to the menu and that was our go-to breakfast.

I wanted to update my mama’s cooking with sausage recipe for my family to make it a teeny tiny bit healthier and lighter especially for this already hot Summer we’re experiencing in Southern California… that meant the rice had to go.

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Saw this new flavor at my grocery store and had to try it.

Ingredients

3 squash
1 12 oz. package Farmer John sausage
1 tablespoon vegetable oil

Directions

Slice the sausage diagonally, about ¼ inch
Brown them in a large skillet or wok until well cooked (with a little browning mmm!)
Remove sausage
Slice squash and add to the same skillet
Cook until squash is tender (don’t overcook!) and add sausage – serve hot or cold!

Defeat the battle of “What’s For Dinner” with a sausage switcheroo instead of traditional chicken and beef dishes. 

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