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Chicken and sausage jambalaya

Paleo Chicken and Sausage Jambalaya

The weekend flew by as usual. Saturday we had a brutal WOD at crossfit and then decided to run an annual 5k in the afternoon. Needless to say I was very exhausted after the 5k, but it was a lot of fun. We run this same race almost every year. It's held in the afternoon because immediately following it they serve beer, jambalaya, and king cake. I did indulge in a piece of the delicious king cake. Afterall, paleo is a lifestyle and sometimes a little cheat is just what you need. When I saw the jambalaya I remembered one of my friends from crossfit, Jimmy Lyons, telling me that he had a great recipe for a paleo jambalaya. Well, I finally got the recipe and made it tonight. It was great. Thanks Jimmy for the recipe!!!

1 tablespoon coconut oil,
1 red onion, chopped,
3 cloves minced garlic,
2 heads cauliflower,
3 lb chicken tenders,
1 pork sausage,
1 bunch green onions,
2 cups chicken broth,
Salt and pepper,
Cajun seasoning.

1. Melt coconut oil in a large skillet.
2. Sauté garlic and onion for a couple of minutes. Next add chicken chopped into small pieces.
3. While that's cooking steam your cauliflower and then mash with a potato masher until its the consistency of rice.
4. Once chicken is fully cooked, add sausage and let cook together.
5. Finally add green onion, chicken broth, Cajun seasoning, and salt and pepper. Bring to a boil.
6. Cook until the broth is gone.

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