Instant Pot Keto Sausage and Kale recipe is a wonderful, quick low carb supper that requires no pre-planning. Add any other vegetables that will cook in the same time and enjoy a quick meal.
It’s hard to call this Instant Pot Sausage and Kale recipe a true recipe in any sense of the word. I wondered about posting it at all. But the last time I posted about cabbage and sausage, it really seemed to have given people a good idea of how to fix a quick keto dinner so I figured I’d post this as well.
This is what I would call a “some” recipe. As in, throw in “some” kale and “some” sausage and “some of anything else you’d like. But either way, it gets dinner on the table in less than 20 minutes, which to me, is just perfect. And of course, because you’re cooking this Sausage and Kale recipe in the Instant Pot or your other pressure cooker, you don’t have to babysit dinner.
You can serve it with little cherry tomatoes or peppadew peppers to add some color and flavor to your plate, without increasing the carbs.
The steps to this Instant Pot Sausage and Kale Recipe are super simple:
- Throw everything into the pot
- Cook 4 mins HP, 10 mins NPR
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Instant Pot Sausage and Kale recipe is a wonderful, quick low carb supper that requires no pre-planning. Sausage and Kale pressure cooked for a fast meal.
Pour all ingredients into the inner liner of your Instant Pot, and cook at 4 minutes for high pressure.
Allow it to release pressure naturally for 5 minutes and then release all remaining pressure.
Substitute any hearty greens such as collard greens, mustard greens etc. for the kale.
If you'd like to use spinach, either frozen spinach so it doesn't overcook.
You can add additional vegetables such as onions, garlic, whole baby carrots, or small butternut squash cubes to your vegetables. Pick vegetables that won't overcook in 4 minutes (no cauliflower or broccoli, for example).
I am not a registered dietician or nutritionist. Nutritional information is provided a courtesy, and can vary depending on the exact ingredients you use.