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Penne and Italian Sausage

Penne and Italian Sausage created by TheGrumpyChef

This recipe is from the Milk Calendar which I receive annually. It is a one pot recipe which I made often when I was working, and still come back to when I need a "comfort food" dish. The ingredients can be varied to suit your family's taste. I don't use the chili powder and usually let simmer for about 25 min over med low heat with occasional stirring.

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  • Cut sausage into 1" pieces, easier if slightly frozen.
  • In large fry pan (I used electric) cook sausage over medium-high meat until browned on all sides.
  • Add onion, garlic, Italian seasoning, crushed red pepper and chili powder if using.
  • Cook until onion is tender.
  • Stir in cornstarch.
  • Add milk, stir until mixture comes to a boil and thickens.
  • Add tomatoes and penne pasta.
  • Return to boil, cover and simmer 15 min or until pasta is tender or to your preference.
  • Stir in mozzarella cheese and serve.
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"This recipe is from the Milk Calendar which I receive annually. It is a one pot recipe which I made often when I was working, and still come back to when I need a "comfort food" dish. The ingredients can be varied to suit your family's taste. I don't use the chili powder and usually let simmer for about 25 min over med low heat with occasional stirring."
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  1. TheGrumpyChef
    Penne and Italian Sausage Created by TheGrumpyChef
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  2. TheGrumpyChef
    Great Dish! Though the we would have preferred it a little "saucier", it had a great flavor. I doubled the red pepper flakes, and used 1/2 Parmesan 1/2 Mozzarella. And I added a diced green bell pepper (I have too many, and have been putting them in everything lately). Thanks for sharing your recipe, it's a definite keeper! Made for My 3 Chefs Nov. 08.
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  3. dissjwine
    This recipe is from the Milk Calendar which I receive annually. It is a one pot recipe which I made often when I was working, and still come back to when I need a "comfort food" dish. The ingredients can be varied to suit your family's taste. I don't use the chili powder and usually let simmer for about 25 min over med low heat with occasional stirring.
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