This was rich and creamy yet so easy! We used hot Italian pork sausage and drained the fat before adding the garlic. The only other sub we made was using kale instead of spinach. We are definitely adding this to our regular line up and can't wait to try it with regular Italian sausage too. Thanks for sharing! *****Update - made it again with spinach and a 50/50 blend of hot and regular Italian sausage....still delish!
DH said this was awesome! This was so awesome. Easy!! I increased the garlic, used 1/2 cream 1/2 milk and threw in about 4 ounces of tomato paste. This will be made again and soon!
Wow! I thought this was a great recipe. I use a little extra milk and chicken broth to be sure I had plenty of sauce. I was surprised at how flavorful it was. Left overs were pretty good the next day too. Thanks!
What a great meal! made it to the T". everybody loved it including me. thanks!
We really enjoyed this dinner in the sauce was absolutely delicious. I didn't want to make a tomato sauce because I didn't want to deal with heartburn. I found this recipe and the great reviews and figured I would try it. the sun-dried tomatoes gave it a nice flavor. This is a definite keeper. Thanks for sharing the recipe .
This was really good! I used 1/2 Hot Sausage and 1/2 Sweet sausage. Very good flavor. Tasted like an authentic Italian Recipe
Excellent recipe. Great flavor. I adapted by using homemade Italian pork sausage. I also substituted tomato paste (roughly 3 T.) for the sun-dried tomatoes. Last, I added some quartered artichoke hearts I wanted to use up. Delicious!
I love this recipe. I got the America's Test Kitchen cookbook for Christmas and this was the 1st recipe I tried. I used cream instead of milk and like someone else I too browned my onions with the sausage. It's beautiful dish that people think you spent hours preparing! YUMMY
This was a really tasty dish that was VERY easy to prepare. I used a mixture of hot and sweet pork sausage, added chopped red peppers (since my garden is overflowing with them), added a variety of spices and also added 1/4 cup of sherry wine. It turned out wonderfully! I agree that it did take about 15 minutes for my pasta to cook but I also used whole wheat. The whole family RAVED about this dish and not a single person complained about it having the "S-word" in it (spinach, that is). Thanks for posting! I will make this again and again!
I did not brown the onions in the extra oil, I just browned them with the sausage. I also added green peppers and a few mushrooms because I had them but this was tasty and enthusiastically received by my DH.