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01 October 2012

Easy Spicy Sausage and Broccoli Pasta

Today brought a day of little productivity once the afternoon hit. I came home, feeling slightly under the weather and tried to nap it off. Ever done that? Sometimes and it works, and like today, sometimes it does not work. Well, I woke up and new the hubby would be home from work and I needed to whip up something quickly. I had those recipes that I planned from Budget Bytes - although they were all pretty easy, I decided to go with pasta. I just made noodles yesterday with chicken so I did not want a repeat of Asian or chicken, plus the recipe seemed pretty easy enough and it was.

The recipe was quick, simple and yummy. The hubby went back for seconds- so that should give some credit to the tastiness of the dish. And though Ninja stalked the kitchen patiently- nothing was dropped but I did let him have some of his homemade puppy frozen yogurt. Ninja did not have a dog park day, as we suspect he pulled a muscle- he is limping a tad and so need a few days off his feet (with minimal walking). Lets see his cute sleep self and move on to food shall we?

Adapted slightly from Budget Bytes


9 oz (1/2 box) of mini bow tie pasta
2 tbsp. olive oil
3 tbsp. minced garlic
1 tsp. crushed red pepper
Italian Sausage (5 links)
1 pound frozen broccoli florets (thawed)
1/2 c. shredded pepper jack cheese
1/2 c. smoked gouda


Cook bow tie pasta according to packaged instructions (7-10 minutes or unitl tender). On medium-high heat, heat olive oil and then sautee garlic and crushed red pepeers. Add italian sausage (squeezing them out of the casing and them separating with spoon). Cook completely. Once cooked- add broccoli florets and sautee for 3-5 minutes. Remove from heat and add in cheese. Toss with a little bit of olive oil and garnish wiht a few crushed red pepper flakes.


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