This creole cabbage and sausage recipe is quick and easy to put together. Just the ting when you want a quick dinner. Don’t be intimidated by the ingredients list. The creole seasoning and the mustard are fairly easy to find.
If you can’t find them, or don’t want to buy a whole jar of something for one recipe, it’s pretty easy to make both from ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen. There are links to recipes for each of them further down on the page. I keep a repurposed jam jar of the creole seasoning in my cupboard so it’s ready when I need it.
I used a spicy chicken sausage here, but you could use andouille sausage or hot Italian sausage if you prefer. Just cook it a bit more, and eliminate (or reduce) the first tablespoon of oil.
Here are links to recipes for the creole seasoning and the mustard. Just toss (or mix) ingredients together and you’re done.
More Sausage and Cabbage Recipes
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