Recipe by Linda Caroline
"A friend gave this recipe to me a few years back, and my family can't seem to get enough of it. It sounds strange with cream in it, but that just enhances the flavor and texture. This is a very easy recipe."
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1 (12 ounce) package
bow tie pasta
sweet Italian sausage, casings removed and crumbled
red pepper flakes
1 (28 ounce) can
Italian-style plum tomatoes, drained and coarsely chopped
1 1/2 cups
minced fresh parsley
Hello! I am the submitter of this great recipes. I'm amazed at the wonderful reviews, but wonder why some have so much trouble with the sauce. The sauce is not to be poured over the pasta. It's supposed to be added and then mixed to the pasta. Therefore, it absorbs into the pasta and is never too thin or runny.
Made as directed while wondering where the flavor was supposed to come from. Wondering led to reality. This is flavorless without adding basil or oregano or something. Zzzzzz on flavor.
Delicious - hearty and satisfying. We used turkey italian sausage and fat free half and half to cut down on the fat, and 2 cans of Italian diced tomatoes instead of plum tomatoes. I also added about 5 oz. frozen chopped spinach (thawed) to boost nutrition and flavor. My whole family loved it!
This had a great flavor, and my husband really enjoyed it. However, the recipe does not say to drain the grease before adding the cream. I didn't, and it turned out really greasy--as well as a strange orange color :-). I will definately drain the grease next time. I am also going to substitute ground italian sausage. The links didn't provide a unique-enough texture for all the trouble I went to. Other than that, I would highly recommend it!
Hmmm...one problem with this recipe. Made large batch for Mr P last night so he could heat up the leftovers this evening as I'll be working late. Trouble is, he liked it so much that he scoffed most of it in one go - so he'll be on very slim rations indeed! Made exactly as per recipe, only substituting spicy Italian sausage for sweet and basil for parsley as that's what I had to hand. Extremely tasty and presents well - would definitely serve to guests (if Himself doesn't neck the lot first). Thanks for a very quick, easy and delicious recipe.
This dish was SO good and really easy to make. I used penne instead of the bow tie pasta and I took the advice of other reviewers and used canned Italian style diced tomatos. That saved me from a lot of chopping. Instead of heavy cream, I used half and half and used corn starch to thicken up the sauce. This made the dish a bit healthier. Since my husband loves spicy food, I used Spicy Italian Sausage and still added the crushed red pepper. When my husband ate it, he was kidding around and asking me which restaurant I purchased this from. I will definitely make this again!!!
EXCELLENT DISH!! I used only 1 14.5oz can diced tomatoes and then added 1/2 tsp dried Italian seasoning to the tomatoes before adding them to the mixture. In addition, while sauting the onions and garlic, I added 1/2 chopped green bell pepper (maybe next time I'll add a whole one) for color and more texture. It was wonderful. Although all the adults found it to be the perfect amt of spice, my daughter thought it to be on the hot side. So for her sake, I may reduce the red pepper flakes to 1/4 tsp. I can't wait to pass on the recipe!
This dish is fantastic and you don't have to change a thing. Just make sure before you serve it, you mix the pasta with the sauce - that is the key. I do have to comment about the last posting. Don't criticize the recipe when you don't use the ingredients that are called for. The person said the recipe was bland, but used turkey sausage and didn't use the Italian tomatoes - of course it is lacking some taste. If you have to substitute that's fine - but then don't criticize the recipe. You didn't make it like it was intended to be made.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Bow Ties with Sausage, Tomatoes and Cream
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 379
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