Recipe by The Kitchen at Johnsonville Sausage
"The great flavors and healthy qualities of this beloved Italian bean are made even more delicious with this Johnsonville recipe. The vegetables in this hearty dish make it healthy, the Johnsonville Italian Sausages, make it to die for"
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2 (19 ounce) packages
Johnsonville® Mild Italian Sausages
dried cannellini beans, sorted and rinsed
fresh sage leaves, divided
Roma tomato, cored and cut in half
finely chopped onion
finely chopped carrots
finely chopped celery
red pepper flakes
1 (15 ounce) can
1 1/2 teaspoons
1 1/2 cups
This was a great recipe! I made a couple of changes. First, I could not find dried cannelini beans in my grocery store, so I bought canned. This cut out a step, and cut out some time. Secondly, I added some white wine while it simmered, and thirdly, I completely left out the marscapone cheese, as I felt it tasted wonderful without it.
Everybody in my family loved it. The cream cheese and the chopped sage is really what brings everything together at the end.
I love anything with beans. And tomatoes. And sausage. This recipe has all of the above. Hearty, delicious comfort food. Sweet beans mixed with juicy tomatoes, savory spices, and delicious Johnsonville sausage. You can't go wrong with this recipe.
Fantastic! I used real spicy Italian sausage and couldn't stop eating until this was finito! I added extra chili powder to spice it up. My husband loved it too. Thanks!
Great comfort food. Easy, too. I subbed kale for the celery and added a bunch more carrot.
This was delicious! Be sure to have a loaf of really good bread to sop up the juices. Fantastic!
I came to AllRecipes looking to duplicate a dish I had in Italy, one of those memorably simple meals that satisfy every comfort food bone in your body. This is as close as I've found. The only real change is the beans. The beans I had in Italy were huge and meaty. I have no idea what they were, but I used dried Scarlett Runner beans, which gave me the type of bean I was looking for. Other than that, I made this recipe to a tee. (Well... I also threw in a couple of generous handfuls of arugula I had laying around at the end, but that's just me. Gotta have my greens!) Thank you so much for posting it, Johnsonville! Took me right back to that little trattoria in Treviso!
This was really really good. I did change a couple things but not anything drastic. I did use canned beans simply because I needed this to go faster. I cut bratwursts (thats what I had on hand) into thirds and fried then added to the bean mixture. I also served this over shell noodles just to make it a nice one dish meal.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Cannellini Beans and Italian Sausage
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 461
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