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This is rich and very delicious. I to made a half amount and found it to be quite ample. My choice was a mild sausage so that DH would also enjoy it. For the pasta I used a small serving of angel hair and served with broccoli. Great meal. :D
This is a very tasty dish! I like the combination of the chicken and the sausage. It was simple to make and came together in no time. I used hot sausage and it gave it a nice kick. Thanks for sharing.
I scaled this back a bit,as there were just the two of us eating.I used homemade tomato sauce,rather than canned ,and omitted the tomato paste,as it didn't seem necessary.I had to butterfly my chicken breasts out,as they were really thick,but it also gave more surface area for the sauce to cover! The flavours were fantastic,and as I used hot Italian sausage,it had a wonderful little zip to it. A really simple and very tasty dish that went down a treat with some good Aussie ice cold bubbly wine,and salad.Yum!!
I did a bit of juggling (Read that as changes!) here, but there were only 2 of us, & still we had 2 meals from this! I cut back by half on both a mild Italian sausage & 2 large chicken breasts, then cut the breasts into quarters, but other than that, everything was the same! Served it with cheese tortillini! Couldn't have been better, we thought ~ Thanks for posting! [Tagged, made & reviewed in 1-2-3 Hit Wonders tag]
This was really good. I used hot italian turkey sausage. I also cut up the chicken into chunks. The flavors blend well. An easy meal to make too.
5 stars for the richness and flavor just as you described. I think the flavor combinations were fantastic together and it really did make for a very filling meal for DH and DS's x2. Actually all men and very big eaters. I made rice for DH and spaghetti noodles for DS's. Both were great. Thanks Loof~ Made for the PhotoForum!
This was good! I made it without mushrooms and served with pasta. I wouldnt think to pair the sausage and chicken together but it turned out great!