Recipe by Bob Evans®
"Pesto pasta salad with grilled sausage, fresh tomatoes, bell pepper, and mozzarella cheese makes a tasty addition to your summer barbeque."
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1 (19 ounce) package
Bob Evans® Italian Grilling Sausage
uncooked penne pasta
butter or margarine
garlic cloves, peeled
fresh basil leaves
fresh parsley leaves
freshly grated Parmesan cheese
seeded and diced Roma tomatoes
green bell pepper, chopped
whole ripe olives
cubed mozzarella cheese
Red leaf lettuce for garnish
My husband and I gave this recipe a strong 7, based on a scale from 1-10 (10 being the best). Next time we make it, we will use a little less olive oil and more black pepper. Other than that, it was very tasty. It will definitely become a recipe in the permanent family recipe book.
I was looking for a cold pasta salad dish, this was not it. This dish is much tastier warm. Also, the sausage was overpowering. If i make it again, i will use much less sausage or leave it out.
This recipe puts a different spin on pasta salad. I replace ingredients 3 thru 10 with about 5 ounces bottled pesto sauce and add a squirt of italian dressing for some zip. Shared the recipe with several friends and their families loved it too!
I loved this recipe! I am already planning on making it for an upcoming party. It was full of flavor and easy to make. I would recommend anyone to make this for parties, potlucks. It makes a lot and is such a great tasty dish you have to share.
I've learned to make my own pesto sauce and we I liked it. Didn't have the nuts or sausage or a lot of the ingredients, but we made a poor mans version and the pesto was right on. Thanks!
This is a winner at our house, especially in the summer months. I just buy premade pesto, and I do add some Italian salad dressing.
I made this for a group of people many of them are picky eaters and it went over very well. And I loved it. I used fresh cilantro instead of parsley and I skipped the mozzarella all together. I used a combination of black olives and kalamata olives which was a nice touch.
it was good, but it was wierd eating sausage with it...maybe kielbsa sausage would be better, also added a little italian dressing to the pasta dish
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Pasta Salad with Pesto
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 250
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