Welcome to my Whole30 slow cooker sizzling sausage fajitas recipe. This is ideal for when you are missing your home comforts on the Whole30 and want something different. Featuring lots of lean turkey sausages and lots of vegetables it is certainly a supper pleaser!
This recipe actually came to me by chance. We have what we call “pink sticker deals” here in Portugal. Basically what they are is reduced produce that only has a day or two left before the expiry date. Everybody loves a bargain and we usually end up with some chocolate or meat. It is very rare they have anything else we like and we always get excited if they have some good discounts on the meat.
During November though, they seemed to have a lot of meat on offer and we felt like those crazy coupon collectors getting our fill of meat and adding it all to our large chest freezer. There were huge packs of chicken and turkey breast along with some pork. After a while though we ended up really bored of all the chicken and we had that mad idea to have a lot of our favourite chicken recipes but with sausages instead.
If you get some really nice lean sausages that are of a premium quality they can be so nice and are still a lot cheaper than buying chicken breast.
In this sausage fajitas recipe it is full of flavour, loaded with spice and a few modifications to make it into a delicious Whole30 meal.
Plus for us we love having a delicious family supper on a Friday night and with this recipe you can create a fabulous family meal without thinking about the bad bits that are going into it.#Whole30 #SlowCooker Sizzling #Sausage #Fajitas Recipe via recipe_thisClick To Tweet
- Peel and dice your onion and potatoes. Slice your peppers. Place them along with the sausages in the bottom of your slow cooker on a high heat setting. Add the garlic, ginger and coconut oil along with half of your seasonings.
- Mix well and cook on high for 2 hours.
- After 2 hours add the remainder of your seasonings, mix again and allow to cook for a further 30 minutes.
- Serve it with fresh herbs.
In this recipe I have used my homemade healthy tomato ketchup but you could swap this for a sauce made with coconut milk instead.