Italian sausage, creamy tomato sauce and succulent rigatoni pasta combined into one delicious dinner! Ready in under 30 minutes and sure to become a family favorite.
Heat a large pot over high heat, add olive oil, and brown the sausage (removing its casing first). Stirring often until onions have softened.
Make this delicious one pot meal quickly for dinner – packed with flavor from chorizo and herbs! Use canned tomatoes for maximum tomato flavour, then enrich with cream for velvety pasta dish texture. Accompany this meal with garlic bread and simple salad for a satisfying dining experience that won’t take much effort on your part!
Low FODMAP recipe of spicy sausage pasta that’s quick and easy to cook; perfect for weeknight family meals that everyone will enjoy. Pasta and sausage is cooked together in a creamy tomato sauce that has been enhanced by cream.
Start this Italian inspired pasta meal off right by warming a tablespoon of olive oil in a large pan, and add sausage slices. Fry these over medium to high heat until they have turned browned and are completely cooked through, before taking them out and setting aside. In the same pot, combine tomatoes, garlic and chilli flakes before simmering them for 10 minutes while you bring a separate pot of water to boil; drop in your penne pasta and cook according to its pack instructions for about two minutes less time than required.
After cooking the pasta, drain and reserve 1 cup of the cooking water before returning it to the pot with heavy cream, chopped herbs, paprika and chilli flakes. Mix all of these together thoroughly before stirring in shredded kale and seasonings – stir again to ensure an evenly blended dish before topping with parmesan cheese for serving!
This pasta meal will satisfy everyone in your family; with its aromatic sausage and fresh tomatoes. Not to mention its creamy texture from the sour cream and Parmesan cheese! This delicious weeknight meal will delight everyone.
One-Pot Spicy Sausage and Tomato Pasta is an easy, delicious family dinner everyone will appreciate! Packed with delicious Andouille smoked sausage, crushed red pepper flakes and garlic for the perfect amount of spice, pasta soaks up all its delicious flavour in just one pot – saving both cooking time as well as dishwashing time!
Beginning by preheating a large Dutch oven (or large pot) over medium high heat and spraying with olive oil. Chopped onion can then be added, along with sausage uncased. Break apart sausage using wooden spoon and cook for approximately 7-8 minutes, before stirring in onion powder, Italian seasoning, Kosher salt and fresh cracked pepper for one last stir and minute before removing from heat.
Once wine and tomato paste have been combined, add tomatoes, chicken broth, kale, water and pasta into the pot and stir to mix thoroughly. Bring this mixture to a simmer before cooking for 15-20 minutes until pasta is tender and sauce has thickened.
Pasta soaks up all the delicious flavor from tomatoes and wine, turning into an irresistibly creamy cheese dinner! For extra deliciousness, feel free to sprinkle some freshly grated parmesan on top.
This 30-minute one-pot meal can be prepared from start to finish and enjoyed for dinner on any busy weeknight – making it the ideal weeknight dinner idea! Leftovers also make an ideal lunch the following day and will keep well for up to 5 days in the refrigerator or 2 months when frozen; simply reheat on the stove as necessary with additional liquid as necessary (added if necessary for moisture) and you are good to go!
Success when making one pot dinners lies in having the right combination of ingredients. This delicious one pot dinner features delicious Italian sausage, perfectly cooked tender pasta and homemade herby garlicky tomato sauce all made in one pot! Perfect for busy weeknights when you want to provide your family with delicious food without spending hours in the kitchen!
This delicious one pot meal comes together quickly. First step is to cook pasta according to box directions in a large pot; after draining it off, reserve around 1 cup of the pasta water before draining again.
While the pasta is cooking, heat olive oil in a large pot or dutch oven over medium-high heat. Add sausage links and saute until they have turned brown and cooked through (roughly five minutes per side). Remove to a plate to set aside.
Saute onions until soft and translucent in a separate pot before adding garlic for one additional minute to ensure its aroma has fully penetrated. Next, stir in tomato paste for several more minutes until everything has combined; finally add grape tomatoes, salt and red pepper flakes as desired.
Finally, combine drained pasta, chicken broth, tomato sauce and parmesan cheese in a saucepan and allow the pasta to simmer for 15-20 minutes, or until the sauce thickens and the pasta has fully cooked. Be sure to stir occasionally to prevent it from sticking to the bottom of the pan!
Serve this delectable Italian sausage pasta topped with plenty of grated parmesan cheese for an irresistibly delectable dinner! Leftovers should be kept refrigerated or frozen up to three months; when reheating them on the stovetop make sure to allow time for defrosting in the refrigerator first and add extra chicken broth as necessary to retain its liquid state.
With just one pot needed to cook this weeknight dinner recipe that’s family friendly, this meal makes an easy weeknight meal that will please both Weight Watchers and calorie counters alike! Pasta should be al dente while sauce has plenty of flavor; adding plenty of protein-rich sausage. Plus! Weight Watchers would approve!
This easy meal can be prepared in just 30 minutes – perfect for busy weeknights! Penne pasta combined with spicy sausage, chunky tomato sauce and Parmesan cheese creates a delicious, hearty and comforting dish, spiced up by crushed red pepper flakes to your preferred level of heat.
This recipe includes chorizo sausage for maximum flavour and texture; you could substitute any savoury sausage of your choosing instead. We add garlic and onion to add extra taste and heat; plus use canned tomatoes to create an intense, rich sauce. At the end, we add Parmesan for some added cheesiness but it’s entirely optional if dairy free meals are more important!
Rigatoni pasta is ideal for holding onto sauce and other ingredients, however other types may work just as well. If you prefer thicker sauce, consider replacing 1/3 of the water with milk or cream instead.
Add extra vegetables and boost its nutritive value with this dish by including some steamed or roasted broccoli florets when sauteing garlic and onion, frozen peas nearing completion, or even kale for extra added greens!
If you’re trying to reduce calories, try replacing Parmesan with lower-fat cheese like Pecorino Romano or Asiago; even adding some fresh basil adds flavor and an attractive pop of color! Feel free to adjust the amount of red pepper flakes according to taste; we suggest starting small and gradually increasing it as desired.