- Jamie Oliver’s Sausage Pappardelle
- Cavatelli with Turkey Sausage, Tomato, and Broccoli Rabe
- Eggplant Timbale
- Calzones with Sausage and Broccoli Rabe
- Skillet Tortellini with Sausage and Cherry Tomatoes
- Italian Sausage Soup
- Blue Cheese, Sausage, and Walnut Pasta
- Cat Head Biscuits and Gravy
- Ground Sausage FAQs
Jamie Oliver’s Sausage Pappardelle
This sauasge papperadelle was delicious and easy to pull together with a minimum of prep.Lexi
Cavatelli with Turkey Sausage, Tomato, and Broccoli Rabe
The timbale has a great appearance, and its flavor has a deep, unctuous character enhanced by the combination of smoked mozzarella and grilled eggplant. A word of warning: just like your kids’ favorite toys on Christmas morning, some assembly is required. Nonetheless, it’s a real crowd pleaser and worth the effort.Tom G.
Calzones with Sausage and Broccoli Rabe
Skillet Tortellini with Sausage and Cherry Tomatoes
This skillet tortellini and sausage recipe is a staple for me, I make it at least once every other week. This is one of those recipes you can pull together in no time when you don’t know what to make. All ingredients are things I have on hand, and this comes together in one pan, with minimal prep, in 20 minutes.
The flavor is incredible with the spices from the sausage, and the sauce that forms cooking the tortellini in the broth. One of the best recipes I have on hand for a weeknight dinner!Hilary M.
Italian Sausage Soup
Blue Cheese, Sausage, and Walnut Pasta
I made this blue cheese, sausage, and walnut pasta for dinner last night and I’m so glad that I did as it was absolutely delicious! It was rich and creamy, the perfect dish for a rainy night. The sausage and blue cheese complimented each other so nicely.
It seemed like a very elegant pasta dish however it was quick to put together with little ingredients needed. Even those that may not like blue cheese would enjoy this dish as you can use a milder blue cheese and still end up with a delicious pasta dish. This is definitely going into my pasta dinner rotation.Aryn S.
Cat Head Biscuits and Gravy
Ground Sausage FAQs
Lay the sausage on its side and use a very sharp knife to slice the casing open. Grab the edge of the casing and it should come away from the sausage easily.
I get it. Not everyone wants the heaviness of pork all the time, but you like all those great dishes that make it shine. Oftentimes, I swap in seasoned ground turkey or chicken sausages. They’re lighter, less fatty, and uncannily taste like the real thing!