New feature! Why should competent cooks be the only ones who share their recipes? I have the culinary abilities of a drunk five-year-old who somehow got into the kitchen knives, and the way I figure it, if I can manage to prepare a dish on a regular basis, then anyone should be able to do it. (Fair warning: My devotion to prepared ingredients makes Sandra Lee look like Alice Waters. But what I lack in authenticity, I make up for in pictures.)
So, Sausage with Cabbage and Chard
First, you’ll need some sausages. (Chicken-apple in this case.)
Also, some cabbage, chopped smallish.
That’s not a knife.
This is a knife.
Use your handy steaming device to steam the cabbage in the microwave for about 6 minutes.
While that is happening, slice and brown the sausage.
And chop up the chard.
Put all of the above in the pan with the sausage. Repeat mantra: “It will cook down.”
Because it will.
Add Trader Joe’s Soyaki marinade, or equivalent.
Cook some more, stirring when it seems appropriate.
Serve with brown rice, accept no complaints.