Delicious andouille sausages are traditionally made from pork, but for those who don’t like pork sausage or are observant, a variety is made with chicken. The sausage is usually smoked and is spicy in the Cajun flavor.
Chicken andouille sausage can be substituted into any recipe requiring andouille sausage, and doing so will enrich the flavor. Whether you want to make a casserole, pasta, soup, étouffée, pizza, or jambalaya, chicken andouille adds so much depth to your meal.
Various recipes use andouille, and the pork andouille sausage can be replaced with a chicken andouille sausage for a similar taste. So, without further ado, here are the 12 best recipes featuring andouille sausage, whether chicken or pork, that I can’t live without!
12 Delicious Chicken Sausage Andouille Recipes
If you like smoky, spicy food, be prepared to be amazed! Whether you use chicken or pork andouille, you will be bowled over by the balance of flavors.
Chicken Andouille Sausage Gumbo
This Jessica Gavin recipe is another chicken double whammy if you use the brilliant chicken andouille sausage. This recipe takes quite a bit longer than some others, at 2 hours and 15 minutes, but it is so worth it, and the prep time is only 15 minutes.
Gumbo is typical fare in Louisiana, and the combination of celery, bell pepper, and onions is considered the “holy trinity” of Creole cooking. Adding a thickener, as a roux is added in this recipe, is typical for making gumbo. But keep stirring! You don’t want burnt gumbo.
Cajun Kebabs With Chicken And Andouille
This Martha Stewart recipe is simply divine and takes just over half an hour to make. If you’d like, you can substitute the chicken for beef or pork so that the chicken andouille sausages can have more contrasting flavors.
Slow Cooker Creole Chicken And Sausage
If you have a slow cooker, this delicious recipe is a winner. The andouille sausage’s rich flavor is unlocked using the slow cooker. This recipe consists of 10 essential ingredients and takes a mere 15 minutes to prep. However, you can cook it for 8 hours in your slow cooker.
If you’d like, you can add the optional ingredients, some of which are as absurd as they are delicious. This includes almond butter and brown sugar.
Potato Casserole With Andouille Sausage Recipe
This potato casserole recipe has a total time of 75 minutes, but you can churn out 8 servings in that time. This casserole should ideally be served with a side dish for health reasons, but it is so tasty that you will want to eat it on its own.
Chicken And Andouille Jambalaya
Jambalaya is another Louisiana favorite. This jambalaya recipe takes just under an hour to bring a complete masterpiece into being. Of course, this dish uses the holy trinity of Creole cooking. The recipe calls for red bell pepper, but you can use whatever you have available.
This is an excellent recipe for jambalaya that can be used repeatedly, and you can add your own touch to it.
One Pan Cajun Andouille Sausage and Pasta
This one-pan recipe is so easy you’ll barely have started before your meal is ready for consumption. You’ll also be super glad you made it for dinner because the washup will be over before you know it. The total time of this recipe is only 30 minutes, and it yields 4 servings.
This Food & Wine recipe is a gem. It is relatively healthy and quick to make. You can add some extra chili peppers for additional heat and switch the green pepper to a red one to add more flavor depth.
The recipe uses only one andouille sausage for a 6-person serving. Still, you can add more if you prefer some more smokiness to your meal. The recipe calls for chicken breasts, but as suggested by some of the reviewers, you can add chicken thighs for a juicier meal.
Andouille Sausage Soup
This soup recipe is untenably good. It takes just under an hour, but you get 10 servings for that effort. This means you can feed your immediate family and even freeze enough for next time!
Reviewers of the recipe have suggested adding zucchini and Cajun seasoning.
Spicy Shrimp and Andouille Sausage over Grits
This tasty combo recipe is typical of New Orleans. The recipe includes instructions on how to make the grits and how to make the shrimp and sausage separately. Reviewers agreed that this meal is out of this world.
Quick Red Beans and Rice with Andouille Sausage
This Andie Mitchell recipe is perfect for a meal under an hour and is only 500kcal per portion for those on a diet. Chicken andouille is perfect for this meal, especially for those who don’t eat pork.
Cajun Sausage Pizza
This recipe is for you if you can’t get enough of andouille sausage and crave pizza. Paired with bell peppers and plenty of cheese, andouille sausage in pizza is delicious. The recipe can be modified to your taste. You can add mushrooms or olives, for instance.
Shrimp And Andouille Sheet Pan Dinner
This sheet pan recipe is a bit of a healthier option for dinner – and it’s so easy! The prep time is only 10 minutes, and cooking takes half an hour. If you are a fan of heavy spice, add some Creole seasoning. You can even add sweet potatoes. It’s great for using leftover vegetables!
Frequently Asked Questions
You may still have some burning questions about chicken andouille sausage, and I am here to answer them!
What Is A Chicken Andouille Sausage?
Andouille sausage is typical cuisine of Cajuns from Louisiana but was, in fact, invented in France. Chicken andouille sausage is more of a modern invention.
Chicken andouille sausage is available at some retailers. It comprises coarsely chopped skinless chicken breast meat seasoned with Cayenne pepper, garlic, and red pepper and then smoked. You can make your own chicken andouille recipe using this recipe.
What Does Chicken Andouille Sausage Taste Like?
Andouille is generally spicy and smoky. Chicken andouille sausage is no different.
Is Chicken Andouille Sausage Good?
Chicken andouille sausage is perfect for so many meals, as its smoked spicy flavor adds depth to any dish!
Is Chicken Andouille Sausage Spicy?
Yes. Chicken andouille sausage usually employs cayenne pepper and other chiles to give the sausage its signature kick.
Chicken andouille sausage is undoubtedly unique and less widespread than pork andouille sausage. However, pork can be substituted with chicken andouille in most recipes that call for pork. This typically yields delicious results. Enjoy!