Spicy Kielbasa Pasta!

"And now for something completely different! Trying to dress up Kielbasa I just kept adding stuff until it turned out yummy! Being a spice lover and looking for an easy mid-week fix that wasn't bland this worked out wonderfully! This is so rich & creamy it's perfect on a cold evening, so easy, so different, so yummy! I hope you enjoy!"
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  • The packet of crushed red pepper I used was from Pizza Hut, it was available & easy so I just added that. You can substitute about 1 tbsp crushed red pepper if you don't have one laying around --
  • Prepare pasta according to package directions & drain. While pasta is cooking, heat butter & olive oil, add Kielbasa, crushed pepper & red bell pepper, sautee' until kielbasa is browned.
  • In pasta pot add drained pasta, kielbasa mixture, pasta sauce & sour cream. Heat through, serve & top with parmesan to taste. You can omit the parmesan if you like, it's still very tasty!

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  1. SonnyHavens
    My kiddos chose to cook this recipe for our 18th anniversary. It was fantastic!! They followed the recipe using Prego Chunky Roasted Garlic sauce, 1 TBS crushed red pepper flakes and topped with Parm-Reggiano. The addition of white or yellow onion would be wonderful for texture. This would work well with shrimp too.
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  2. Charmie777
    I really liked this. It was not only quick to put together but really tasty. I added a diced onion along with the bell pepper. I used rigatoni pasta. This made a lot of pasta!
  3. catsoplenty
    This was such an easy and tasty dish to make! I added about 1 cup of raw onion and cooked it along with the peppers and meat. I didn't see the comment about adding peas until after I had it done but it sounds like a great addition. Thanks for posting!
  4. FilleMilitaire13
    I doubled the recipe and used one jar of roasted garlic alfredo sauce and 16 oz of homemade pesto instead of the normal red sauce. It was delicious!
  5. lolablitz
    Great easy pasta recipe. I put in 16oz of Roasted Onion & Garlic sauce, and ended up adding the full 24 oz. I think the bolder flavors in the sauce really helped add to this dish. I waited 5 minutes to add the red pepper and added peas like another reviewer suggested and they were great. Thanks for the keeper Babychops!


  1. MsSally
    This was very good. I liked the spicy kick from the hot pepper. I used whole wheat rotoni instead of bowties and turkey keilbasa. Made for PAC Fall 2008


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