Recipe by Bertolli Olive Oil
"Broccoli rabe (rappini) is sauteed in Bertolli Classico olive oil with garlic, sausage, and wine. Tossed with orecchiette pasta and pecorino cheese, this is an easy one-dish dinner."
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broccoli rabe, stems trimmed and large leaves removed
Bertolli ® Classico™ Olive Oil, divided
bulk Italian sausage, removed from casings and crumbled
crushed red pepper flakes, or to taste
dry white wine or chicken broth
1 (16 ounce) package
orechiette pasta, cooked and drained
shaved pecorino cheese
We have been making this exact recipe for YEARS..it is DELICIOUS! Broccoli rabe is definately an aquired taste, as it is somewhat bitter, but if you love it then you are gonna LOVE this recipe. We usually use mild italian sausage for this, but I bet hot would be great too. Also, we always use chicken broth, as we usually never have white wine in the house (just red, lol). If your looking for something tasty and simple, give this recipe a try, you will NOT be sorry-YUM! :)
This was just okay for us and I doubt I will ever make it again. I only used 1/2 cup wine and it was overpowering. I did use turkey sausage and it was fine.
The garlic and sausage are a sweet/salty complement to the slight bitterness of the rappini. So many ways to vary this, depending on the pasta and other veggies on hand--cherry tomatoes, red bell pepper.
easy and very tasty!!
Other than using regular broccoli, I changed nothing. This recipe is amazing. Not only did my family love it, but my picky in-laws raved about it as well! Try this recipe. You will love it!
Thanks for the recipe. Perhaps I can substitute pork with beef or veggies? I enjoy vegetarian meals too and olive oil and garlic seem to be the VAVAVAVOOM! to any meal. I also add a touch of chilli pepper. Cheers!!
This was amazing!
Our store did not carry some of the ingredients called for so I used regular broccoli, piccolini pasta and a grated blend of 4 different Italian cheeses (asiago, romano, parmesan and another). It still turned out yummy! Will definately make it again!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Orecchiette Pasta with Rappini and Sausage
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 566
** Calories from Fat: 185
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