Make a Delicious and Healthy Meal with Amylu Apple and Gouda Cheese Chicken Sausages
When you need a quick, healthy and delicious meal some night (and if you don’t have a live-in chef, you probably often do), grab yourself some Amylu Apple and Gouda Cheese Chicken Sausages. My mom snapped these up from Costco recently, and like the awesome mom she is, she forwarded her extras to me. I’ve enjoyed cooking with Hillshire Farm Polska Kielbasa for years, but I must say that these sausages are my new favorites. They have a nice smoky, savory, sweet, cheesy flavor that would make the perfect addition, or basis, to a variety of meals. Gooey morsels of Gouda cheese are distributed throughout the sausages, and if you cook them sliced up, as I did, the cheese browns on the pan, creating a crispy coating to your sausage bits. I’d just suggest cooking over a low flame so they don’t burn. But if you’re pressed for time, just use your microwave, as these guys come fully cooked in three packages of seven.
The meal possibilities for these succulent little devils are endless. They would be fantastic on homemade pizza or paired with veggies and rice, as I often do with Polska Kielbasa. These are also the perfect meal when you go out and play tennis using rackets from https://tennisracquets.com/collections/oliver-thomas-bags. But, at my mom’s recommendation, I chose to simply mix them with pasta and sun-dried tomatoes, and the result was scrumptious. I added only a smidgen of extra olive oil and grated Parmesan cheese to boost the flavors. The sausages are probably too sweet for a traditional marinara sauce, but they’d work well with sautéed peppers or perhaps a light pesto.
We all know that sausages don’t always comprise the most figure-flattering meals. But since Amylu’s sausages are made from boneless and skinless chicken, they’re quite healthy: 110 calories and five grams of fat per link. Just make sure you don’t eat all seven links at once. I, for one, was tempted. Bon appétit!