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A good quick and easy recipe for a weeknight. I used sweet Italian turkey sausage, and it was nice with the sauce. I didn't have the semi sun-dried tomatoes, and will have to try that next time. If using the regular sun-dried again, I think I'll reduce the quantity, as they were a little strong. The sage was a very nice touch. Thanks for posting this recipe.
I did use Chorizos which I never used in a tomato sauce I go for Italian hot sausage. Which would work great with the fresh sage! Not this wasn`t good! I liked the change. Loved the sun dried tomatoes. I used twice the amount of crushed tomatoes. I used fat free 1/2 & 1/2 which seperated a bit. ( my fault but no big deal)So go for the real thing or none at all. Thanks!
I really liked this, Hubby doesn't really like creamy tomato sauces but he said this one was ok, which is good for him. But i thought it was very good! I used sundried tomatoes in oil since not sure what semi-dried ones are. And also used crumbled italian sausage. Thanks for a new pasta dish!
This was really good, and as I bought my sausages cooked *and* chopped, it was very quick to make, too! I had to do some Internet searching to find out how much one sausage weighs - I concluded it's about 90 g and used 350 g of chopped sausage for this recipe. Seemed about right! Also found out that semi sun-dried tomatoes sometimes go by the name of sun kissed tomatoes; a wonderful product and I'm glad Beck's recipes have introduced me to it! :-) The spring onions add a lovely fresh crunch as they are not cooked till soggy, just heated gently - was very happy about that!! This made for a really nice meal and will certainly get made again. Thanks for sharing!