Sausage Ragù over Creamy Polenta

  • acoston Posted: 01/21/12
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    This is great! A very filling recipe. We used hot turkey sausage instead of sweet because we like spicy food.

  • KHawkins Posted: 02/12/12
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    All four of my teenagers love this!

  • blackberrygirl Posted: 01/30/12
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    Very good - used Lucini marinara sauce from Whole Foods and LOVED the flavor. Felt the polenta needed something extra - added salt and could have used a nice dose of parm but tried to maintain the "light" aspect of the recipe. Both my husband and my daughter liked this recipe.

  • DaniLynnR Posted: 02/13/12
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    I gave this 5 stars (with a few changes I made). I added 2 T. of basil and little bit of salt to the polenta (at the end of the cooking process). I also added a bit of basil and a little more garlic to the sausage ragu. Finally, I added some organic, no salt added canned tomatoes to the ragu. Very filling, very fast, and very delicious! I will definitely make this again.

  • Ketamom Posted: 03/17/12
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    This was delicious! I used wine instead of the water in the meat sauce. Also used pork sweet Italian sausage rather than turkey. Would definitely make this one again. Leftovers were just as good.

  • Rbourne143 Posted: 08/18/14
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    Delicious, made it exactly as listed.

  • sarakroe Posted: 08/12/14
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    So easy and so delicious!!

  • RDLevitt Posted: 09/05/14
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    Very good! My only complaint is that it needed salt (probably the point of the recipe, but if you're not watching sodium, I would add a tsp to the sauce). The polenta turned out creamy and delicious, even without a ton of butter like you usually see it. The ragu was overall good, and went with the polenta nicely. You could put it over pasta, too, I'm sure. I grated some extra cheese to sprinkle over top, which was a nice touch. Overall, a solid recipe I'll make again.


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