We just finished dinner. One big yum. Followed the recipe with additions of 1 cup frozen artichokes and 1/4 cup chopped parsley (needed to use up both). I will be enjoying this again for lunch in a couple of days. Maybe we would enjoy a pinch of crushed red pepper...We'll be back...
Sausage and Roasted Pepper Pasta
foodieforpeace Posted: 03/10/09
JennSpkerman Posted: 02/28/09
Loved it! It was easy to make and so tasty! It was a little bit of a pain to peal the skin off the roasted bell peppers, so I would do this one for a weekend night meal. Would be great with some french bread.
AnglWords Posted: 04/25/09
What more can you ask for! A recipe with a few simple ingredients, quick and easy, and outstanding flavor. It's even better the next day. I'm keeping this one on my Weekday-What Can-I-Make-for-Dinner Short List.
erincu Posted: 03/01/09
This is a great dish, I didnt peel the peppers and it was delicious still! It was a perfect amount of spice as well, had a kick but not too much. Doesnt taste light at all either!
ChrisBellaire Posted: 05/28/09
A very easy recipe that both my husband and I loved. He thinks it's company-for-dinner-worthy. It was really tasty and made more than we thought. We had leftovers and it was just as good when re-heated in the microwave, although adding a little tomato sauce or paste when reheating might have made it a little more sauce-y. Served it with a fruit salad to help cool the spicyness of the sausage. YUM!
hinrichluva Posted: 05/24/10
I made this for my fiance who is fairly picky when it comes to light food. He took one bite & said he really liked it! The flavors were great. I wasn't able to find hot turkey sausage so I just had regular turkey & added some cayenne for a kick. We both loved the roasted peppers too!
Mleigh Posted: 01/09/12
Much more complex flavor than one would expect from such a short ingredient list. I used a three-pack of peppers (one yellow, one red, and one orange) and mild sausage instead of spicy (since that was what was in the freezer) and the recipe still made enough to serve two with leftovers. Expected boyfriend would reject dinner on basis of roasted peppers ("slimy") but he actually went back for seconds, maybe because the peppers were chopped small. Definitely a keeper.
GolfGal Posted: 09/04/12
I followed the directions exactly, with one exception, I had to use mild Italian turkey sausage, because my spouse is unable to eat hot sausage. This change gave me a rather bland recipe, and I would not recommend my substitution. I had to toss a healthy dose of red pepper flakes on my portion, but it was still not very tasty.