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On our website, we showcase two things: 1) that eating keto isn’t just about bacon and heavy whipping cream, so we make balanced real-food recipes that are doable for home cooks of all levels, and 2) that keto really is a lifestyle and not just a fad diet, and you can be satisfied eating this way even when dining out at restaurants or on vacation! And if you miss BREAD after going keto, check out our newly released Keto Bread cookbook on Amazon and Barnes and Noble!
Summer has come and gone but that doesn’t mean you have to stop grilling! These Chicken Sausage and Vegetable Kebabs are quick and easy to make and grill up in no time at all! Don’t want to fire up the grill? You can easily make these in a George Foreman or grill pan inside.
We love chicken sausage because of the different flavor profiles they now have that are low carb, but if you’re in the mood for pork sausage we think these would be great with spicy Italian sausage!
For vegetables, we use zucchini, red onions and yellow onions, but honestly any low carb vegetables will do. For the easiest grilling, make sure to cut the chunks of vegetables and sausage into about the same size. This ensures that all of the items on the kebabs are touching about the same amount of grill so that they cook evenly.
One reason we decided to go with pre-cooked sausage over raw sausage is that the vegetables will be done cooking the same time the sausage is. If you go for pork or another raw sausage, we suggest cooking the meat on separate kebabs from the vegetables.
By doing this it ensures that the meat is thoroughly cooked and that the vegetables do not get overdone. If you decide to put the raw meat and vegetables on the same kebabs, there is a high likelihood that your sausage will be undercooked and your vegetables will be overcooked.
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