Grilled Chicken Sausage and vegetables served over egg noddles

My wife picked up a package of Wegman’s Chicken Sausage (4 links) as a healthy alternative to pork sausage.  I was a bit skeptical at first but it turned out really well.

I coated the Chicken sausage in extra virgin olive oil, then sprinkled liberally with Dizzy Pig’s Tsunami Spin and Swamp Venom (I find these to be a nice combination for chicken dishes).

Preheated the Kamado Joe (Bessie) up to around 400 degrees, and cooked the sausage over direct heat.  Note these are already cooked so I was only looking to heat through and create a nice char on the outside.  The sausage for cooked for about 10 minutes, turning about every 2-3 minutes to prevent too much charring.

At the same time, we chopped up some peppers and onions, coated with olive oil and seasoned with Tsunami Spin and black pepper and wrapped in aluminum foil.   I didn’t put this over direct heat but rather slightly off center.  Turning the pouch 1/2 way through.

sausagePulled the sausages and vegetables off the grill at the same time and both came out really well.  Sliced the sausage and combined with the grilled vegetables and placed over egg noddles and topped with Parmesan cheese.

sausage and noddles

This is a good mid-week meal, that is cheap and pretty quick to prepare.   We’ll add this to our rotation of after work meals for sure.

Planning to have a busy weekend on the grill.  Ribs on Saturday night and Pulled Pork Sunday for the Fantasy Football draft.

Stay tuned…

ONPOINT…

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