Top-ranked recipe named "Sausage Meat and Spinach Pasta"
Great recipe. Spicy or not to your liking. Translated from french by myself
"This was one a friend pointed out, and I made it expecting it to be kinda bland. However, I found it surprisingly good, and *super* fast. I did add a half shake of both basil and parsley, and I smidgen of garlic powder, not enough of any of it to measure. I also finished the last 2 minutes of my noodles in the pan with the meat while there was still juice left from the bullion, all the flavors mixed quite well."- Naeobi
Heat oil in a large skillet. Cook onion until slightly colored.
Add sausage meat breaking it up and cooking it until it changes color.
Pour in a cup of bouillon and reduce to combine the flavors.
In a large pot of salted water cook the pasta as per product instruction.
Drain pasta and toss with baby spinach, salt and pepper to taste.
Warm the rest of bouillon and add pasta to skillet.
Mix in the cheese and serve.
The spinach can be substituted with blanched rapinis
RevKenelm 2 weeks agoThis I found to be a very good recipe, although I also added some pepper jack cheese, thank you.
dionnemay 3 weeks agoAwesome! I used spicy Italian sausage and added a little minced garlic, red pepper flakes, ground peppercorn and a couple ripped fresh basil leaves to give it even more kick because I like spicy food. Honestly when I added the pasta to the spinach I thought they both looked rather dry and bland and that the dish might need something to coat and flavor the pasta, but when I tossed in the meat reduction, the natural oil from the sausage and the chicken stock coated and softened everything perfectly - no need to add anything :-) My 15 year old son woofed it down without hardly even chewing, which is how he eats anything he really lines- then THANKED me and told me it was 'really good' and after asking for SECONDS, proceeded to finish off the leftovers! Will def store this one under 'kid safe'
woberkel 3 weeks agoSuper easy and delicious!
JennOzzy 2 months agoI'll make this again for my family!!!
Porpo83 3 months agoVery good for change from chicken.
djakata 5 months agoMy picky eater (son) at two helpings. That...has never happened!
cmiu 6 months agoWow, this was pretty good. Flavorful and a very good dish for a beginner to make. Less dishwashing than I thought afterwards.
kstooksot 7 months ago
Cwendler 7 months agoYum! Made as directed, came out great.
ZButscher 7 months agoUsed recipe as springboard. For my variation, used Open Nature smoked andouille sausage (4 links); 1 white onion; 1/2 hot pepper; garlic; 1 tbls better than bouillon; baby spinach; 3 tomatoes; penne. Tasters great!