Plant-based sausage is an easy and tasty way to make meals with less meat. Perfect for grilling or sauteing, plant-based sausage pairs beautifully with vegetables and grains alike.
Add protein and flavor to your meals with these Beyond Meat recipes! They will please both carnivores and vegans alike.
Sausage with Peppers
If you’re searching for a delicious recipe to please the whole family, look no further than this sausage and peppers dish! Easy to prepare and perfect for meal prepping.
Preheat the oven to 400degF and use a dark roasting pan (affiliate link) or large, shallow baking dish to caramelize onions and peppers before placing your sausages in. You may choose to prick each one using the tip of a paring knife to prevent bursting, if desired.
Add two tablespoons of oil to a skillet, and over medium-high heat, brown the sausages on all sides.
Add remaining olive oil, bell pepper slices, salt and pepper, as well as red chili pepper flakes (if desired), to the pan and cook, stirring frequently, until onions and peppers have softened.
Sausage with Tomatoes
Sausage with Tomatoes is an iconic southern recipe, perfect for one pan cooking! Packed full of whole tomatoes, herbs and sausages that add protein and fat – it makes this meal quick to prepare when time is limited or your craving hits! Perfect as an easy dinner or lunch option featuring your favorite ingredients!
To create this recipe, preheat your oven to 425 degrees and combine chopped vegetables, tomato sausages and rosemary/garlic sprigs in a roasting tray before drizzled olive oil and balsamic vinegar before roasting for approximately half an hour.
Once your vegetables and sausages have reached an internal temperature of 160 degrees, remove from their tray, slice into desired thicknesses and return them to the pan along with one ladle of reserved pasta water. Stir this all together before serving!
Sausage with Garlic
Garlic sausage adds an exhilarating burst of flavor to any meal, from salads and pasta dishes to potato pancakes or apple sauce. Enjoy it alone or pair it with other classic foods such as potato pancakes.
Garlic pork sausage is an integral component of a charcuterie board, alongside peppery dry-cured saucisson sec, rich country pate, and succulent smoked duck breast. Furthermore, its aroma pairs well with creamy foie gras and tart cornichons.
Homemade sausage requires careful planning and attention to sanitation. Cleaning hands, tools and work surfaces properly is paramount in order to avoid cross-contamination. After grinding the ground meats with seasonings and paddle for several minutes to achieve emulsification. Stuff by hand or use a sausage stuffer or stuffing attachment on a grinder until emulsification has occurred before making and cooking test patties to verify texture, flavor and seasonings.
Sausage with Onions
This sheet pan sausage dish makes for a quick and satisfying vegetarian dinner in less than 20 minutes! Italian seasoning adds the perfect bit of zest for this effortless yet delectable dinner option.
Make this sausage and potato skillet recipe using either smoked or kielbasa sausages for an easy make-ahead dinner that you can store in the fridge and quickly prepare when time is short or when you simply don’t feel like cooking!
This recipe is an easy and delicious way to use up some of the last of summer produce! Prick each link of sausage several times using a fork or sharp knife before cooking to prevent them from popping and becoming airborne while in the pan.
Sausage with Mushrooms
Mushrooms are notoriously porous, meaning that they absorb liquid quickly. Soaking them in water prior to cooking may actually help ensure they steam rather than brown during their upcoming transformation into edible treats!
If desired, use an entire mushroom to form a sausage and forgo the separate pan-frying process; once made you can then incorporate back into the mushroom sauce for an even tastier finish.
This flavorful sauce pairs wonderfully with chopped scallions, shredded parmesan cheese and some toast for an irresistibly flavorful meal. Or spoon it over pasta as part of an irresistibly satisfying lunch or light dinner option! These vegetarian nutty sausages can also be prepared ahead of time and stored in the refrigerator up to one day prior to being ready to cook; alternatively they can also be frozen up to six months.