We love our light Sunday lunches. This one is no exception. The cucumbers add an element of crunch to the dish, while the plums are juicy and sweet, and the fresh mozzarella and slicing tomato are creamy and soft. Each bite delights your taste buds in different ways, but all ways are good ways!
- 2 chicken apple sausages, sliced
- 8-10 stalks of asparagus
- bacon grease as needed
- 1 1/2 cups of raw spinach
- 1 slicing tomato, sliced (duh)
- 2 balls of boccioni mozzarella, sliced
- 2 teaspoons olive oil
- salt, pepper, basil, oregano, marjoram to taste
- 1/2 large cucumber, sliced
- 2 tablespoons Greek yogurt
- lemon juice, salt, pepper, dill to taste
- 1 plum, sliced
Slice the plum, cucumber, and tomato. Place the cucumber and plum on the plate. Mix together the lemon juice, salt, pepper, and dill into the Greek yogurt and spoon it over the cucumbers. Toss the tomato with the mozzarella slices, olive oil, and seasoning, then put that onto the plate next to the cucumbers. Place the plum on the other side of the plate so it doesn't sit in the olive oil from the tomato salad.
I precut my sausages to make sure they cooked quicker and also to let each piece have that delicious dark brown grilled coating on it. It took around 5-7 minutes to make the meat, flipping the pieces 1-2 times to prevent charring.
At the same time, I put a small dot of bacon grease and my asparagus on the same griddle pan, rolling them so they cooked evenly. They also only took around 5 minutes to be soft and ready to eat. Then I lowered my heat to a low setting and wilted my spinach in the leftover bacon and sausage grease.
Put the cooked ingredients on the plate and serve! It doesn't take much time and it is so enjoyable to nibble on every aspect of this dish!