Low Carb Sausage and Mash - that's tea sorted!

The joy of sausage is this - regardless of the time of day or night, with a pack of our healthy low-carb sausages and nitrite-free bacon in the fridge, there's always a great meal to be had. And that means a meal that is 100% compliant to your diet be it gluten-free, low carb, keto, whole30, paleo or any other combination that requires real food, no compromise. Just think, easy teas that everyone can enjoy and still be diet compliant - Heaven!

This delicious low carb sausage and mash is no exception Using fresh cauliflower as a tasty mash substitute and other store cupboard staples, we think this dish will become a permanent fixture on your supper list!

To serve 4, you will need

50g butter

6 low-carb pork sausages (we used our Sicilian sausage for additional authentic flavour)

100g Nitrite-free Bacon

2 red onions (sliced)

4 cloves of garlic

4 sprigs of rosemary

1 tin of plum tomatoes (cut into quarters)

1 cup of chicken stock

For the mash

800g cauliflower florets

80g butter

Sea Salt and fresh cracked black pepper


Pre-heat the oven to 180C

Melt the butter in the pan and fry the sausages and turn for that lovely caramel stripe down each side

Set the sausages aside

In the same pan, fry the bacon til crispy then add the onions, garlic and rosemary til the onion softens

Add the quartered tomatoes and cook for about ten minutes

Add the chicken stock, stir - then pour everything into a baking tray

Place the sausages on top and bake in the oven for 20 mins

To make the buttery cauliflower mash

Steam the cauliflower til soft (or microwave)

Puree til smooth and soft (use a stick blender or food processor)

Add the butter to the mix as it purees

Mix well until smooth and silky, season to taste.

Michael's Tip:

Turn this recipe into a bake by turning the sausage mixture into a baking dish and topping with the mash. Bake for 20 mins in the oven, as before - the mash will have a nice crispy topping.


Hi! I'm Kate, Co-Founder of Primal Cut, mum, wife & Primal Baker! I live in West Yorkshire on the outskirts of Ilkley from where we work (Mike and I ) to create our range of healthy paleo, grain-free food! From delicious Primal Alternative keto granolas to nutrient-dense low carb bread, from vegan wraps to healthy sausages, nitrite-free bacon & charcuterie - it's all here. The fact that grain-free works for the keto and low carb movement means our food offers convenient, time-saving alternatives that will help keep you on track during your journey back to health! For the full range of healthy and convenient food check out our shop

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