Low Carb Chicken and Sausage Jambalaya Recipe!
This Chicken and Sausage Jambalaya Recipe is loaded with Cajun flavor, but without the high carb count. If you’ve been fretting about how you can enjoy a delicious bowl of jambalaya without the guilt then this is the recipe for you. Not only is this hearty dish packed with savory sausage and perfectly moist chicken, but it also meets the requirements of a ketogenic diet. If you’ve been avoiding jambalaya recipes for fear of too many carbs then you’ll definitely want to check this out for yourself!
As you probably know, rice is a signature ingredient in traditional jambalaya. It’s also the #1 reason that people on the ketogenic diet tend to avoid dishes like this. However, with a minor alteration, you can forgo the grains and still have the same incredible flavor. Cauliflower pulsed into rice-like grains is what transforms this dish into a keto-friendly dinner without sacrificing flavor. Cauliflower has a similar texture as ordinary rice and even your family and friends won’t be able to tell the difference! Everything else in the recipe stands true to a typical jambalaya dish including delicious seasonings and satisfying chunks of meat.
The complex flavors of this signature recipe may seem impossible to achieve on your own. However, the easy-to-follow steps and basic ingredients prove that you can definitely whip this up all by yourself. The most time-consuming part of the dish is prepping the baked chicken and the rest of the recipe takes about 15 minutes. Who needs takeout when you can craft this tasty recipe in your very own home?
A ketogenic diet doesn’t mean you have to miss out on flavor and this recipe proves it. Treat yourself and wow your guests by serving them this scrumptious Cajun-infused dinner–everybody is sure to appreciate it!
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