Daniel’s Italian Sausage with Bow Tie Pasta

October 26, 2012 at 6:54 pm | Posted in Daniel's Own Creation, Italian, Pasta | 5 Comments

Daniel cooked tonight!  This is one of my original recipes, with his added touches.

Ingredients:

1 pound Italian Sausage, Sweet or Mild

1 tbsp. Extra Virgin Olive Oil

1 cup beef stock (beef boullion – 1 cube with 1 cup boiling water)

1/2 red pepper

1/2 green pepper

Spices:  bay leaf, parsley, basil leaves, onion powder, oregano, garlic powder

1 pound Farfelle (bow tie pasta)

Slice up Italian sausage into bite sized coins; fry in olive oil until cooked thoroughly.

 

Add beef broth, let simmer.

Boil pasta in lots and lots of salted water, approximately 12 minutes or until al dente.

It has to be a rolling boil!

When pasta is finished, drain completely.

Add peppers to meat and broth; stir together.

Put pasta and meat in large serving bowl and gently blend.

Enjoy!

Nom, nom, nom!

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  1. Mmm!!! This really looks good! I will have to try it!

    • It’s really good, we have it at least once a month!

  2. Looks yummy! I would like to try it on my kids since they are not always keen on tomato sauces.

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    • You can use either mild or sweet Italian sausage. We usually use sweet but I decided to be different yesterday. Hope that your family enjoys it!

  3. […] is a creation that’s based on a recipe from a Better Homes and Gardens cookbook. Daniel makes it his way and I make it my […]


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