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Stir-Fried Baby Bok Choy

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I make this healthy and inviting side dish whenever friends come over for a cookout. To keep cleanup to a minimum, line the pan with foil. I adjusted the cook time a bit since the peppers and beans didn't need to go as long. Whole kernel corn, cream style corn, sour cream, eggs, butter, and muffin mix makes this yummy corn casserole a side dish everyone will love. Wait for a couple of minutes and then you should be able to peel the skin very easily with your hands. Optionally add a drop or 2 of agave.

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Thanks so much for this great recipe. This recipe looks delicious, and easy! I would appreciate, though, any suggestion s on what to use in place of the broccoli.

This turned out great for me! I used frozen baby brussel sprouts instead of broccoli just because I already had them. I steamed them a couple minutes in the microwave while I was cutting up the other vegetables and they roasted perfectly. I also used Tofurky Kielbasa for my sausage. The results were delicious- this is definitely in the rotation from now on.

Thanks for the terrific recipe! How would you measure this out using the 21 day fix containers? But this looks amazing! Wish I could be of more help! Do you think I could add grape tomatoes to this? Or would they cook too fast compared to the rest of it? I use smoked sausage. I made this for my work week. It work out awesome. The only change I made was I added minced garlic. I take recipe headlines with a grain of salt…some are fine, some are okay, some not so great. However, I think this one is truly delicious and is definitely a keeper.

Would this freeze ok? Not sure how the veggies would come out though? I doubt the veggies would be as crisp tender after being frozen, but I could be wrong! This was so delicious! My 2 daughters and I scarfed down the whole dish! Good thing my husband was at work or there may not have been enough: This was really delicious!

I pre-chopped all of the veggies and only had to add the potatoes and sausage before roasting. Served it with brown rice. Hubby loved it, too! Will definitely make again. What sausage do you have that you want to use? It could probably still cook through in the time depending on what you are using and the size. Should I cook it first? It really depends on the size particularly the thickness of them.

But if they are small to medium they should be able to cook in minutes. This dish was awesome. It earned me double brownie points for the.

I used hot Italian sausage which added a little extra zing. I made this last night and it was delicious! My 10 year old son loved it. I did brown the turkey sausage just a bit on the stove before I cut them up and put them in the pan with the veggies.

Also does the calories listed include calories for the rice, and if you can put the saturated fat on here I could manually add this to my foods on my weight watchers tracker. This also was great for leftovers and to pack for lunch. This was so delicious!! I made it on Sunday for my meal-prepped lunches for the week and added some veggie pasta with it instead of rice.

So so yummy, I loved it everyday and kept me so full! Such a cute story. The recipe looks delicious. I hope to make it soon. Im glad someone shared you on facebook, Ill be subscribing…. That is so sweet and funny. I make something similar like this in a big pan over the stove but throwing it all in the oven is genius. I have to try your version asap! I was out of foil and parchment paper, so I coated the pan with butter, which surprisingly worked great. It came out sooo good!

Will definitely do it again. I am surely gonna try it at home. Tamillia, that should be okay. Had to take the red peppers out because my husband is a picky eater. But it was really yummy! I made this for the second time tonight and it was a hit once again. Even my picky eaters end up having seconds! We like it over quinoa cooked in chicken broth. Thanks for the great recipe!

Want to add shrimp to this…would I cook it the same time frame with the rest of the ingredients? Depending on the size of the shrimp it only will need minutes cooking time.

Second time cooking in my whole life! My fiancé loves tooo cook, so I never get a chance too! I saw this recipe and I thought I would cook for him! It was an easy recipe and it tasted soooo good!! So glad I was able to cook this time? I have some people looking into it and in the meantime, if you copy and paste the recipe into a word document, you can print it without the commentary and pictures.

Thank you for your patience while I worked to get it fixed. Three out of four of my kids can be picky, but I have made this several times with great results.

I made it again last night and even my two year old was scarfing it down. Thank you for such a great recipe and for detailing how big to cut everything. Your recipe has made my week! Easy, delicious and tasty. Do you think it would be good with substituted veggies? I want to substitute green beans for broccoli and mushrooms for carrots and skip potatoes since it is going over rice. Do you think this combo would work well?

Made this and served it over Quinoa. Loved the blend of flavors. I now make it regularly using Polska Kielbasa sausage and have tried it with white sweet potatoes and have subbed in yellow summer squash instead of zucchini but it is great with any combo of meat and veggies. My kiddos love it so much that I now double the sausage and we have plenty for leftovers for lunch the next day.

Question…do you guys use precooked sausage? Sausage in the casings? I tried to make this and bought uncooked in the casing and had to cook it in a pan because it was impossible to cut them! Other than that…it was delicious. This is one of 7 meals I feature on my blog as being a great, healthy and easy meal for families. We are going to try it tonight!! We add shrimp to ours too and use jalapeño sausage?? This recipe is so simple and flavorful.

We leave out the potatoes and I will sometimes have brown rice to keep the carb count lower. It also gives me a break from all of the bacon and ground beef the Hubs insists on eating!

The whole family loved it! I appreciate all of the tips on how big to cut each vegetable. This one pan healthy italian sausage and veggies recipe looks absolutely fantastic.

I look forward to trying this. Thx for sharing Chelsea! This article could be of help for you: I made this last night for my family and they loved it!

I used a steakhouse seasoning blend instead of Italian seasoning and omitted the salt and garlic since the blend I used already had both.

It was so good and I felt that my family was getting something good for them. What a terrific dish! Paired with a nice salad this was a big hit with hubby. I used fresh herbs in place of the dried because I have them in my garden along with minced garlic and organic Hot Italian Chicken sausage.

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