I’m going on a month and a half of no sugar. It’s forced me to be more inventive in the kitchen. I’ve always loved to cook but now that I can taste food better, i‘m really into experimenting with flavors. This recipe resulted from me prepping tons of spaghetti squash one Sunday and I didn’t know what to do with it all! It’s so easy and so delicious. If you make it please let me know what you thought! Enjoy!
Organic Pasture Raised Eggs
Organic Chicken Sausage (I used True Story Sriracha)
Ground Black Pepper
Himalayan Pink Salt
Herb Seasoning (I used Primal Palate)
Optional: Your favorite hot sauce! (I used Siete brand)
I had already meal prepped my spaghetti squash but just in case you’re making it as you go I’ll give you my tried and true recipe for baking it in the oven. Step 1: cut your spaghetti squash in half (not lengthwise). I know a lot of people do lengthwise but I personally think it makes for a longer “noodle” when it’s halved horizontally. Step 2: hallow out the inside and rid of the “guts”. Step 3. Add a little grape seed or avocado oil, salt, and pepper. Step 3: did you notice I didn’t say preheat oven? Yeah, I don’t. Place your pan of halved squash in the oven and set it to 460 degrees for 40 minutes. *if the squash is overly large you may need longer* That’s it! It comes out so tender and with a delicious naturally carmelized flavor.
Scramble eggs in coconut oil. I like to slow cook mine on low-medium so they turn out nice and fluffy! Salt and pepper to tast!
While your eggs are cooking, combine a tablespoon of avocado oil with diced white onions and your chicken sausage (sliced into coins). Cook to your liking. I like mine a tiny bit blackened. I add salt, pepper, and garlic and herb seasoning to taste.
Using a smaller pan (to maintain haystack form) coat with avocado or grape seed oil and heat. Once hot, place a handful of spaghetti squash onto the pan. Cook until brown (about 2-4 minutes per side)
Once all of the above is cooked you’re ready to assemble! Here’s the order I like to use:
Chicken Sausage and Onions
Top with avocado and a pinch more of pink salt
Add some of your favorite hot sauce for a kick! My favorite right now is anything Siete makes or good ol cholula!
YES! So good!