These chicken sausage recipes will add more excitement to your everyday meals.
Pork and beef sausages are great, but chicken sausage also deserves some attention.
Sure, it has relatively milder flavors, but if you dislike the sheer greasiness of pork and beef brats, chicken is the perfect option for you.
Chicken sausages come in many varieties, including applewood, Andouille, and spinach and feta. So trust me, lack of flavor won’t be an issue.
As a versatile meat product, there’s a wide variety of ways you can incorporate this bangin’ banger into your meal rotation.
In this article, I’ll show you 25 ways how.
Pappardelle noodles are tossed in a wonderful mix of roasted tomatoes, chicken sausage crumbles, and olive oil and finished with a sprinkling of Parmesan cheese.
This is a hearty and flavorful dish that also happens to be healthy-ish.
Because it’s leaner, chicken sausage is a much healthier alternative than traditional sausage.
This dish combines the goodness of chicken sausage, bell peppers, red potatoes, zucchini, and onions.
It’s a hearty and wholesome dish, and more importantly, it’s incredibly delish.
Here’s another great thing about it: it’s a complete meal that comes together in just 30 minutes!
If you’ve never heard of or had Orecchiette, you’re in for a treat.
It sounds intimidating, but orecchiette is actually just a kind of pasta noodle with a small, rounded shape.
The noodles are also called “little ears,” well, because just look at them.
This pasta dish uses chicken sausage and broccoli for flavor and color, and a simple olive oil and garlic sauce to tie them all together.
Gnocchi is, to me, the world’s best kind of pasta.
Made from a mix of potatoes and flour, these dumplings have a pillowy, tender, and mildly chewy texture that delights my taste buds like no other pasta can.
Besides gnocchi, this dish is also loaded with chicken sausage and spinach, and finished with tomatoes and parmesan on top.
It doesn’t have a sauce, per se, but the juices from the chicken and the spinach already create a flavorful mixture that serves as one.
This is another healthy and complete meal-in-one your family will surely enjoy.
If you’ve had too many rich and heavy dishes the past few weeks, this is a perfect meal to lighten up your diet.
Complete with quinoa, chicken sausage, sun-dried tomatoes, and kale, it has all the flavors and nourishment you’ll need in a meal.
The mere fact that this dish looks like an actual boat already made me want to try it. I’m so glad I did!
Besides the appealing presentation, these boats also burst with flavor.
The combination of sausage, kale, pine nuts, and spaghetti squash is so refreshing.
A drizzling of olive oil on top gives this wholesome dish even more flavor.
I don’t think there’s any dish on this list that’s as easy to make as this one. If you have no time left to spend in the kitchen, let this recipe help you out.
Here’s all you’ll need to do: chop up some chicken sausage, potatoes, and bell peppers.
Then, coat them in a blend of olive oil and seasonings, and pop them in the oven.
That’s it. It couldn’t be any simpler. It’s a quick and easy way to get dinner on the table.
Pumpkin puree and spicy chicken sausage join forces to give you a delectable dish.
And by the way, this dish is Weight Watcher-friendly! It’s for everyone to enjoy.
With a mouthwatering mix of pumpkin puree, coconut milk, and chicken broth, the pasta sauce is beyond flavorful.
Tossed with gluten-free pasta and chicken sausage crumbles, this dish may be wholesome, but it’s sinfully delightful.
Sausage and honey mustard should always go hand in hand. This partnership is just flawless, and this dish proves it.
It’s a mix of air-fried chicken sausage and vegetables on a bed of quinoa and mixed greens, bound together by a sweet and tangy honey mustard sauce.
From the colors alone, you can already tell it’s delicious, and it most definitely is.
When I say this pizza is fully-loaded, I mean it!
The entire crust is covered with chicken sausage, roasted red peppers, spinach, onions, and mozzarella, you almost couldn’t see it.
From the colors to the flavors to the textures, this pizza gets a 12/10.
11. Israeli Couscous
Add a Mediterranean twist to today’s lunch or dinner and whip up this quick and easy Israeli couscous.
Filled with chicken sausage, spinach, and feta cheese and coated with a light and nutty olive oil and white wine sauce, this couscous is scrumptious and healthy at the same time.
Make a full lunch or dinner in just 20 minutes! All you’ll need are a few basic ingredients and this super easy recipe.
This soup is packed with chicken sausage, veggies, and rice, so it’s very hearty, to say the least.
The fact that you’ll use mostly pre-cooked and pre-cut ingredients makes whipping this up more than a breeze.
In the mood for Greek food? Take those slices of naan bread in the freezer and make these open-faced gyros.
These are naan bread slices topped with hummus, chicken sausage, cucumbers, and tomatoes.
Finish them off with garlic paste and lemon juice, and voila! You’ll have your very own Greek-style pizza.
Fire up the grill and enjoy the smoky goodness of sausage, onions, and peppers.
Tuck them into a toasted brioche bun and boom, lunch or dinner is served.
The combo of grilled sausage and veggies already makes the sub wildly tasty. But the aioli dressing on top really gives it that extra pizzazz.
Here’s yet another grilled recipe that’ll give those savory chicken sausages a smoky flair.
Besides the sausages, these kabobs also feature onions and bell peppers. Together, they’ll make one mean skewer.
Taste the flavors of Jamaica without leaving your home with this easy bake recipe!
This is an exciting combination of orzo pasta, corn kernels, sweet potatoes, black beans, and chicken sausage. Delicious is an understatement here.
It all comes together in one casserole, making clean-up a breeze.
Complete with chicken sausages, bell peppers, potatoes, and a sunny-side-up egg on top, this colorful dish is sure to brighten up a gloomy day.
It may be ideal for breakfast, but feel free to have it for lunch and dinner, too. It’s so good, you’ll crave it all day!
Crisp and tender pita pockets are filled with a mix of chicken sausages, fresh veggies, and a good smothering of tzatziki sauce.
This is another mind-blowing, tasty Greek recipe that you’ll want to add to your weekly meal rotation.
Chicken sausages are cooked with white beans, kale, and a rich tomato-based broth. This Tuscan-inspired dish is rich in color, flavor, and texture.
If you think Italian food is difficult to make, this recipe will prove you wrong.
Here’s a one-pot meal that’s completed with protein, carbs, and vegetables. It’s hearty, nutritious, and best of all, delectable!
If you’re not a fan of Brussels sprouts, this dish will change your mind.
The juices from the sausages, along with olive oil, salt, and pepper ensure that the underrated vegetable gets lots of flavors.
Grill up some chicken sausages, onions, whole peppers, and Italian bread, and assemble them into one phenomenal sandwich.
It’s the perfect entree for your next summer event.
Spaghetti is always a hit with the kids, but ground beef isn’t exactly the healthiest meat. The solution? Swap it out with chicken sausage!
This recipe yields the same level of scrumptiousness that a traditional plate of spaghetti possesses. The only difference is that this one is more wholesome.
Enjoy a mouthwatering calzone without worrying about the calories.
This healthy version uses chicken sausages for its filling, significantly reducing the amount of fat and calories that go into the dish.
Chicken sausages are given a delectable transformation with garlic, onions, peppers, and a sweet and tangy balsamic glaze.
It’s a light and healthy meal that’s ideal if you’re trying to cut back on fats.
This stew is bursting with chicken sausage, cannellini beans, leafy greens, and is covered in cheesy breadcrumbs, for good measure.
This is Italian home-cooking at its best.
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