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Tag: Italian Sausage
This easy recipe for Christmas Pasta with Onions and Peppers has proven to be a winner in our home every Christmas season, and I trust it will be a winner in your home, too.
Spaghetti squash soup is a delicious budget-friendly and healthy way to eat your veggies. Make it with or without sausage. It’s totally your call!
This chili can be made with or without meat. Since my husband enjoys his chili with meat, I added browned bits of Italian sausage into the slow cooker along with all the other ingredients.
However, by omitting the sausage and swapping vegetable broth for the beef broth, this chili becomes completely vegetarian. Talk about versatile!
Using homemade (or store-bought) basil pesto, summer’s finest tomatoes makes these Caprese Sausage Sandwiches the perfect easy weeknight or weekend dinner when time is tight, and you don’t feel much like cooking.
When everything cooks together in one pot and is ready to serve in under 30 minutes, this amazingly delicious and straightforward linguine dinner with tomatoes and capers will come in handy to have in your dinner repertoire time and time again.
This smoky beer chili is hearty and satisfying and will warm your heart (and stomach) on a cold winter’s day.
I like to garnish ours with a dollop sour cream, a touch of shredded cheddar and some additional chopped red onion for an added punch of flavor.
Pumpkin recipes don’t always need to be sweet to be delicious. Proof positive is this easy to make Ravioli with Pumpkin Vodka Sauce & Sausage. It’s hearty, savory, and full of the delightful colors and flavors of autumn.
This recipe for Delicioso White Bean, Fennel & Italian Sausage Soup is one I found, and adapted, from Cooking Light Magazine. I didn’t change the recipe much, but I did add more fennel (because I love the light anise flavor of fennel a lot lately), and I also increased the amount of white beans from the original recipe, and I omitted the sage and parsley because I forgot to purchase them at the market. Doh!
Other than that, this recipe I’m sharing is pretty much just as it was written in the magazine. I DO NOT take credit for this recipe, but I do take credit for sharing it with you here on Kudos Kitchen in case you missed it in Cooking Light Magazine. I strongly urge you to make this soup. It’s delicious!
This recipe for Slow Cooker Meatball Lasagna is a family favorite of ours. I’ve made several different versions of this traditional Italian favorite (as you’ll notice in this post), and they’re all easy, tasty, and completely satisfying!