This cauliflower and sausage casserole is yet another nothing-in-the-fridge meal I managed to throw together. We’ve been traveling so much that its pointless to go to the grocery store, but I’ve found there’s always a way to mix up a complete meal with whatever randomness is in the freezer/pantry.
I always have a couple of these basil chicken sausages on hand. They make them fresh at the meat counter at my local Sprouts. They’re healthy, inexpensive, and easy to freeze. Before we left for NYC last week, I thawed a few out, combined them with a couple cans of diced tomatoes and a head of cauliflower I had on hand, and called it a casserole. It was actually really tasty, and I’ll probably make it again even when I’m not in a pinch.
Now that I’m home for a while, I’d like to apologize for the lack of beautiful and creative recipes this month. Life’s been hectic, but I’m home, and summertime is here which means fresh produce and great lighting for photographs! I’ve got tons of ideas flowing so I hope you’ll come back and see what I’m cooking up in the following weeks. Thanks so much for your patience!