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lamb sausage and zucchini "pasta"

Discussion in 'Summer Paleo Recipes' started by .lina, Apr 29, 2013.

  1. .lina

    .lina New Member

    this is a repost from my own thread, and i hope it's an appropriate recipe for this section; if not, feel free to delete.

    i'm going by what's fresh here in Sweden during summer; what i can harvest from my garden and buy locally.
    i usually don't cook, but in this case i improvised with things i had home in the fridge and garden;

    - 1 zucchini, diced (or thinly sliced like pasta strips)
    - a sausage of choice, diced (i used some locally made lamb sausage, as they are grass-fed/pastured animals)
    - some heavy cream (or coconut cream for the dairy free) for making a nice saucy texture
    - fresh herbs (for example thyme, oregano, basil - i think even some mint would be lovely)
    - a clove of garlic, diced

    serve this with a sprinkle of parmesan cheese on top.
    adding bacon would make this even tastier. (duh...) ;)

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  2. diane

    diane Gold

    Beautiful! Your photography is so inspiring!
  3. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    Lina .... it has been way tooooooo long ......How are you???? Please update us if you have time!
    as always - your pictures are gorgeous and this recipe sounds delicious ...thanx
  4. louisjesse

    louisjesse New Member

    Its been really long time i haven't have lamb sausage :(

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