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Scrambled "Egg" w/ Sausage Gravy - Puree Stage



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Hi All

I am a chef by profession and feel that though I am going through the same as most (currently in puree stage) I refuse to give up my desire to eat well and be creative.
My weight loss is going great and I have been keeping the diet prescribed to me by my physician. I have, however, stretched my creative muscles to incorporate flavors I like into my day. This is one of my more successful ones. I am also trying to eat more vegetarian and vegan and this was a good place for that as I use Just egg and vegetarian sausage. If I had cashew yogurt I would have used that instead.

208 calories / 15 carbs / 12g Protein (vegetarian) should yield 1/4 cup. If more only eat what you are prescribed.

1 Morning Star Farm vegetarian Sausage Link

1/2 cup Oat Milk

1 ts Low-fat Greek Yogurt (plain)

1/4 ts rubbed sage

1/4 ts garlic powder

1/4 ts dried chives (optional)

Ground black pepper

1 ts corn starch disolved in 1 ts of Water

1 egg or 3Tbl. Just Egg

Over medium heat.

Cut up one sausage link and, in a small pan sprayed with cooking spray, sauté until lightly browned.

Add Oat Milk, yogurt, sage, garlic powder and chives if you are using and stir until the yogurt dissolves and the gravy starts to simmer. Let it start to cook down a bit.

Stir the cornstarch and water slurry well to make sure it is fully dissolved and add it to the gravy.

Bring up the heat and stir till thickened to the consistency you wish. If too thick, add some water.

Remove from the pan and put the gravy into a small food processor. Blitz until smooth and the sausage is well incorporated.

Make your egg or egg substitute scrambled fine so it meets puree standards and serve with the gravy on top.

Though you are using about 1/2 cup of milk and such, out leaving you with approximately 1/4 cup of sausage gravy.

This is decadent, has the flavors you want, has a good amount of protein and meets the requirements.

Cheers
J

Edited by Astonishing Mr J

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That does sound good. A little Keto bread and it would make a nice sausage gravy and biscuit with eggs. Yum

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Thank you that sounds delicious!

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