To get you through the busy week here is a tasty, fast and easy weeknight meal. Big hit throughout the dinner table. Second helpings and thumbs up all around. This is a meal that could easily go in the right or wrong direction and is why I have a passion for quality of ingredients. Using naturally raised, nitrate free pork ensures your meat is not highly processed and loaded with harmful ingredients. Chose a pizza sauce with no added sugars or corn syrups. The cheese is a great way to provide calcium and healthy fats to your brain and skin. Using real butter and no fake stuff here will add immune boosting healthy fats too! And we all know that garlic is good for you and your *breath*.
Note: This would be excellent on the grill!
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2 pound ground Italian sausage, natural raised and nitrate free
8 ciabiatta or sourdough buns
1 C Muir Glen pizza sauce
8 slices mozzarella
½ C parmesan
3 TB unsalted butter
½ tsp garlic powder
1. Patty up the Italian sausage into ½ cup size burgers.
2. Cook patties over medium heat, 10 minute each side until golden crust on outside and no longer pink in the center.
3. Butter buns and sprinkle with garlic powder, layer each side of bun with 1 tablespoon pizza sauce, top one side with 1 tablespoon shredded parmesan, one side with a slice of mozzarella.
4. Cover a baking sheet with parchment paper. Broil buns a few minutes until cheese is bubbled and browned. Remove, add cooked sausage burgers and enjoy!
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