14 Reviews

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.

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Latchy June 18, 2003

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.

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lazyme August 22, 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.

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Dr. Jenny March 06, 2011

Very yummy and simple to put together. I think pretty much whatever pasta you had on hand would work. I used rigatoni.

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berry271 November 16, 2010

I used Italian Sausage from our local butcher shop and fresh Pappardelle from our local pasta store. Didn't excite us too much.

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IndyEater June 16, 2010

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.

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jane49423 January 27, 2010

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!

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RedVinoGirl October 05, 2009

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!

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BethHallKelley May 04, 2009

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!

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sweetcakes February 23, 2009

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.

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LizP April 29, 2007
Carrabba's Pappardelle Campagnolo