Chicken Sausage and Provolone Penne Bake

  • Buklbny Posted: 01/12/11
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    This was very good. I had the opposite probblem of some reviewers, and my casserole was a little dry. I may add some pasta water or tomoato sauce next time. I also added fennel seed and red chile flake (my staples) to spice it up a bit. Otherwise - fantastic! Served with salad and herbed bread with butter.

  • jennifercon Posted: 11/03/09
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    This was a great weeknight meal. I only cook for my husband and I, so in reducing the pasta to 8 oz of ww penne, still gave us 2 9X9 baking dishes (one to eat and one to freeze) plus leftovers for lunch. I added a leftover portabella mushroom caps, chopped, for extra veggies. I used Al Fresco's Roasted Garlic Chicken Sausage and served with steamed broccoli. I would make again, probably not for company, though. It was perfect for the two of us.

  • mandofan Posted: 01/18/12
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    Filling, fairly quick, and cheap meal. Used approx. 27 oz canned chopped tomatoes for half. Even cutting by half, still use 13x9 dish.

  • SGL1313 Posted: 01/26/12
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    I made this dish a few times and really like it. Favorite combination is with sun- dried tomato and basil chicken sausage. I add basil and extra red pepper. Good quality sharp provolone is key to good flavor.

  • Mikala Posted: 02/08/13
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    Solid weeknight meal. Easy to prepare. I halfed the recipe and it would still feed 8 in my opinion. I did not half the spices however after reading other reviewers. Definitely a good weeknight meal.

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