Ready in 45 minutes
Great comfort food, my family has been making this for years and it's a favorite.
"this was a super super super easy recipe to make aned it was actually a lot better than I thought. I omitted the peppers as I don't like them cooked, and I also used bow tie pasta. I also used canned diced tomatoes and onion and dried parsley to save some time. I added olive oil and cheese to noodles and cooked before adding to sausage and onion and it really made the noodles good and cheesy :). "- meltxlx
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Crumble the sausage into a skillet and cook over medium heat, stirring often until meat begins to brown. Add onions and bell pepper. Continue
to cook until the onion is soft, but not brown. Pour off excess fat.
Stir in garlic and cook for 1 minute. Add tomatoes (break up with a spoon). Bring to a boil,
reduce heat and simmer about 10 minutes or until thickened. Meanwhile,
cook pasta according to package directions. In a bowl, combine parsley,
basil, 1/2 cup of parmesan cheese, and olive oil. Add rigatoni and mix.
Pour in the mixture from the skillet and stir. Serve with the remaining
1/4 cup of cheese.
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Billyshoults 2 months agoTerrific! Alitalia to much olive oil for my taste. I used homemade Italian sausage and it was good enough to make your tongue beat your brains out!!
mom2paige 3 months agoVery yummy
Rhoan74 3 months ago
Valerie411 4 months agoVery easy!! So tastey! A few variations I made...used Italian chicken sausage, added mushrooms and added 1 cup of chicken stock to make more of a sauce. Came together great!!
mrspdbarclay 4 months ago
Justinpodm 4 months agoVery VERY good!
kellbellwurtzel 6 months agoThis recipe is awesome!!!! Very tasty. Its a comfort food for sure. Thanks for posting.
Nvil2124 6 months agoDelish loved this! Just added two tbs of tomatoe paste.
tlkmom 7 months agoDelicious!!!
tashagero 9 months agoGood but salty, will substitute sausage meat for half beef next time around.
momeara 12 months agoTried this recipe for the first time tonight. A keeper. I did adjust olive oil down though.
LisaAngelina 1 year agoDelicious! Added carrots and celery.
karenhenton 1 year agoI had to make some little tweaks due to what I had on hand, but it was delicious! My husband and boys all went back for seconds--even my picky eater said he loved it!
Ange325 1 year agoSooooo good and very easy to make. Granted the name of the dish is not appealing, but the taste makes up for it.
TheZil 1 year agoI doubled everything except the pasta. I added sliced olives. Next time I will use half as much olive oil and maybe add red pepper flakes. Definitely a keeper. Nice change from marinara soaked pasta.
Sjashworth 1 year agoWay to much olive oil maybe if u cut that down wouldn't taste to bad
Alxcat 1 year agoRecipe sounded delicious but tasted like lipstick or paste, had to mask the flavor with a bottle of italian dressing.
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Beccarebecca66 1 year agoSo delicious! Enough for a family with leftovers
daniellehancock 1 year agoI personally used a whole cup of grated parmesan, & a whole cup of olive oil (made it much easier to mix). It's a new family favorite. My fiance did request that I double the meat next time though.