Julie Freed, once again you’ve answered our dinner-planning prayers with your latest Freed Fit recipe! Not only did you deliver (as always) a healthy AND tasty dish, but one that takes us back to when we were kids and Nana would serve up some good old sausage, peppers, and onions.
That wonderful smell would fill the home as if a Fenway sausage cart had been installed in the kitchen. Seriously, this is one sensational meal.
Not only is it sensational because of the taste and aroma, but also because once again, Julie Freed has decoded sausage, peppers, and onions and made it healthy! It involves flavorful chicken sausage that will have you begging for more without having to unbutton your pants!
Thank you Julie! This recipe will serve two people. So, feel free to double or quadruple to serve your needs!
Chicken Sausage and Veggies
- ½ red onion, diced
- 1 package chicken sausage (we love Blinski or Trader Joe’s brand)
- 2 red bell peppers, sliced
- 2 large handfuls of spinach
- salt & pepper, garlic powder, and chili lime seasoning – to taste
- Coat a large pot with cooking spray, add onion and sauté on high until translucent.
- Slice the chicken sausage into ¼ inch pieces and add to the pot, stirring until browned.
- Stir in peppers and season to taste.
- Turn burner off, fold in spinach and cover until ready to serve.
Founder Julie W. Freed has been in the events industry since 2004 working with some of the leading events companies, including Rafanelli Events where she was the Event Director, producing some of the largest and most complex events for the firm’s top clientele. Infused with passion and purpose, she launched Freed Events to provide clients with a highly personalized experience that embraces distinct collaboration with the industry’s top talent.
Julie is known for her efficiency, authentic nature, love for logistics and most importantly, for building long-term, trusting relationships with her clients and event partners. She lives in downtown Boston – with her husband, founder of Freed Law, and their two young children – and are actively engaged in their community.