July 30, 2019
(updated February 24, 2023)
What’s Inside: A delicious, crowd-pleasing skillet meal made with chicken sausage, broccoli rabe, and potatoes! Plus, the best tips to make sure that broccoli rabe (rapini) is NOT bitter. It’s jam-packed with flavor and makes a great meal prep option, too. Enjoy this while eating Paleo and Whole30.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “Such a great, filling dinner! I loved all the flavors of the chicken sausage, potatoes, and broccoli. It was the perfect comfort meal and I can’t wait to make it again!” – Luci
Repeat after me: NO MORE BITTER BROCCOLI RABE (RAPINI). I have a full-proof way to make sure it is tender and tasty, so go ahead and file this under: “how to cook broccoli rabe less bitter” which is quite a popular search term on the Googs, turns out… everyone loves it but only when it’s done properly. Enter this tasty dish which is going to move to the top of your (almost) one-skillet meals list, in fact, you might want to just plan for a double batch ahead of time so you can eat it every single day this week. Couple it with crispy potatoes and chicken sausage… winner, winner, chicken dinner.
Follow this recipe for delicious rapini mixed with crispy potatoes and juicy chicken sausage. This one has it all, you guys. Oh and hey, want to make your own chicken sausage from scratch? It’s easier than you think. Here’s an awesome tutorial!
Is white potato “Paleo”?
Technically, there can be two schools of thought on that one! So if you’re off white potatoes or nightshades, just swap with sweet potato!
Paleo Paella (Whole30, low-carb)
Paleo Moussaka (Dairy-free, Whole30)
Paleo Cabbage Rolls & Dim Sum Style (AIP-friendly, Whole30)
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Can red potatoes be used and if so, do they need to be peeled? Looking forward to making this soon since hubby brought home broccoli raab and I haven’t a clue what to do with it! LOL
For sure! You can sub any potatoes, up to you on the peeling.
Thank you for your reply, Alison! This dish was absolutely deeeelicous!!! I can’t wait to make it again! I used red potatoes (didn’t peel them) and quartered them before par-boiling. Worked great and saved me a step. 🙂 Although, there were a number of steps to the recipe, it was so good and my whole family enjoyed it. My 21 year old son even said it as awesome and “filling”….which says a lot, because he seems to never be full. LOL This will definitely be going in the rotation, or at least until broccoli rabe goes out of season. 🙂
That’s great news!! So happy you enjoyed it – you’re making me crave it now.
Delicious and healthy! A hit with the family too. Definitely adding to our supper rotation list.
YUM! So happy to hear it, Deb! Thanks for trying and sharing.
I love how simple and fresh this recipe! Quick, easy, and the sausage adds so much flavor!
Such a great, filling dinner! I loved all the flavors of the chicken sausage, potatoes, and broccoli. It was the perfect comfort meal and I can’t wait to make it again!
This is such a delightful meal. Love that it is paleo too!
This is such an amazing meal!! I love how flavorful it is!
“Paired with crispy potatoes and chicken sausage” – YUM! These flavor/texture combos sound sooooo good. I hated broccoli rabe because it’s always bitter when I made this! Can’t wait to try out your tips! Pinning this for later 🙂
This is an easy and delicious looking recipe. Can’t wait to try it out. Yum!
YAY! I hope you love it.
Haha, pretty sure I have googled that exact phrase before – glad the solution is this simple! What a great, easy dinner!
how to make it less bitter, right? It really works!
Anything with sausages is total comfort food and this looks delicious