Curried sausages are a regular in our household. What? A nutritionist and personal trainer eating sausages, no way! Yes, way, and here’s why?
Much too frequently i hear people stressing over the inclusion of certain foods in their diet (e.g. sausages or potato). This is my two cents worth:
- there is no good reason to become stressed about food (unless you dont have enough)
- there is no such thing as good nor bad food (food is amoral)
- you are neither good nor bad for what you eat (food is amoral)
- you dont work for your food, you make it work for you
- sausages are a great source of protein and value for the budget conscious
- you need to work within your budget and therfore need to balance what is ideal against what is practical and affordale
- potato is a great source of vitamins and fibre and completely unprocessed
- health and weight are determined by much more than one food, nutrient or factor.
We need to make it easier, not harder for people to eat better. I will take curried sausages over take-away any day. So here’s to eating better, eating guilt free and enjoying the simple things in life.
Curried Sausages (serves 4)
2 tbsp Coconut Oil
1 Onion, finely diced
2 tbsp Coconut Flour/Arrowroot Flour
2 Cups Stock
Diced veg of your choice (carrot & peas for example)
8 Organic Sausages
- Cook sausages in a frying pan, then remove.
- In the same oil and frying pan, fry off onions.
- Add curry powder and flour, cook for a few minutes until oil is absorbed.
- Add stock, mix well with the flour, add veg and simmer.
- Return sausages to pan when veg are partly cooked.
NOTE: you can sub sausages for vegetarian sausages, or BBQ chicken.