1 14 oz Package of Frozen Broccoli Florets
4 Cups of Medium Sized Egg Noodles
1 13.5 oz Package of Johnsonville Andouille Smoked Sausage, or any other type of sausage
What is Andouille Sausage you might ask?
Andouille sausage is a spicy pork product that has its origins in French cuisine, but also has a revered place in Cajun cooking, a culinary style popular in the southern U.S. state of Louisiana. If you have kids to feed, you can use any other type of sausage you feel more comfortable with. Or even opt out and use no meat.
1 Can of Broccoli Cheese Soup
1/3 Cup of Milk
Go ahead and start boiling your noodles, while those are boiling slice up your sausage. In the pack there are two single sealed links, you can use both. For my family of four it is plenty. Heat up your skillet, a deep one is a good one to use for this. In a separate pot boil your broccoli. When your skillet is ready add the sausage and fry them until most of the edges are cooked good, this shouldn’t take around 10 minutes or so. Turn the heat down and add 1/3 cup of milk and the can of broccoli and cheese. Drain your broccoli, add, and stir.
After draining your egg noodles pour this over it, and add Parsley to garnish.