I just loved this recipe, rich, and spicy and the thing that made it so different was the crumbled goat cheese on top. I am going to pinch that idea for some of my pasta recipes.
I love recipes from Carrabba's. They have lots of ingredients that I love. This recipe was no different. I had a little trouble finding the pappardelle, but was glad that I was able to find it. The recipe was simple to make and tasted delish. Thanks PanNan for sharing this nice keeper. Made for Culinary Quest 2014.
We liked this easy to prepare recipe. I used hot Italian sausage, which when combined with the crushed red pepper flakes, gave the sauce a nice spicy taste. I also used canned San Marzano tomatoes. I made no modifications to the recipe. Thanks.
Very yummy and simple to put together. I think pretty much whatever pasta you had on hand would work. I used rigatoni.
I used Italian Sausage from our local butcher shop and fresh Pappardelle from our local pasta store. Didn't excite us too much.
Anything with sausage is a hit at our house! I didn't have any goat cheese, and used fettuccini for the pasta, but it was still terrific.
5 stars all the way! I used hot turkey italian sausage and only used about 1 T of EVOO to sautee in. I used an orange pepper and San Marzano tomatoes. I did add mushrooms to this dish (which I loved but hubby did NOT think were fitting for this dish). Loved the addition of the goat cheese, which I had never eaten and which my 3 year old ate by the spoonful!!!!! I used linguine rather than papperdelle. YUM!!!! Will definitely make again!
Excellent! I made very few minor changes, due to preference. I used ground sausage ( we hate italian sausage) and parmesan in place of the other ingredients. Had to use fettucine. I had a can of diced fire roasted roma tomatoes and will use this next time. Thanks!
Delicious! I halved the recipe and looked everywere for pappardelle pasta, couldn't find it anywere so I looked online and the substitute was linguinne. I also used jarred red bell pepper and just added that when I added the tomatoes. I didn't want to pay for fresh basil so I just used dried, (1 teaspoon dried per 1 Tbsp fresh) We loved this recipe and will be making again! Thank you!
This was a delicious recipe. I did make some changes. I used only 1 Tbl. of oil in a non stick pan. I used turkey sausage and doubled it to a pound. Last, I couldn't find Pappardelle, so I used Fettucini. None of us could get enough of it. So delicious. This is definitely a keeper. I think if you wanted to do this vegetarian, some thickly sliced portobella ir crimini mushrooms would make it delicious.