Chinese Sausage with Brussels Sprouts

Chinese Sausage with Brussels Sprouts is a quick and easy one-skillet meal that is nutritious and delicious. It’s also low-calorie and keto-friendly!

Chinese Sausage with Brussels Sprouts

Chinese Sausage with Brussels Sprouts

Course Main Course
Servings 3
Calories 260 kcal


  • 6 oz Chinese sausage (2 links)
  • lb Brussels sprouts, thinly sliced
  • tbsp water
  • 1 tsp soy sauce
  • 2 tsp apple cider vinegar


  • Remove casings from sausages and discard. Place sausage in a cold pan and turn heat to medium. Cook, stirring frequently to break up sausage, until cooked through. Remove sausage from pan.
  • Turn heat up to medium-high and add Brussels sprouts. Cook 2 minutes, stirring frequently and scraping the bottom of the pan to keep oil from burning.
  • Add water and continue to cook for another 2 minutes until Brussels sprouts are crisp-tender. Add soy sauce, vinegar and sausage bits and toss to coat. Serve warm.
Keyword Brussels sprouts, Chinese sausage, easy dinner, fast and easy, keto, low calorie, low carb, one pan meal, one skillet meal, quick and easy, quick meal preparation

The Chinese sausage I use in this recipe differs from a traditional Lap Cheong, which is a dried sausage. The one I use is a fresh sausage seasoned with a Chinese-style sauce. It can be found in the meat department of your local grocery store by the Italian pork sausages.  

If you’re a fan of Chinese-style sausage and one-skillet meals, check out this sausage and butternut squash skillet!

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4 Replies to “Chinese Sausage with Brussels Sprouts”

  1. Hey there 

    Just wanted to stop by and thank you for this easy-to-do recipe. 

    I was looking for some easy-to-prepare food that contains Chinese sausage… I have seen some, but to me, this one seems like the best choice 🙂 

    Do you think I might ad some chili in there as well? 

    well, again thanks a lot and Buon Appetito! 🙂

    1. I think some chili powder or a chili pepper would be great in this recipe as it would add a nice contrast to the sweetness of the sausage.  I keep dried chili peppers on hand at all times so I’m going to throw one in there next time I make this.  Thank you for the idea!

  2. Hey there. I love to cook, and this recipe seems very easy and tasteful to make. Especially since my family loves Chinese food. This recipe you provided seems like something I can go get the ingredients for and make pretty quickly. Thanks for this yummy recipe, I will surely check it out. 

    1. This recipe is one of my favorites!  It’s quick and easy to make and only uses one pan which makes clean up a snap! I hope you enjoy it as well!

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