Sausage Pasta @ Home

Another go to dish is my sausage pasta. I usually buy sausages from Santis for this dish, but I had some of my homemade italian sausage stashed in the freezer and decided to use that instead.

Here goes….

Italian sausage, garlic, sun dried tomatoes, parsley
Pasta cooked al dente and sliced black olives

In a saute pan, Heat oil (I used the oil from the sun-dried tomatoes). Add sausage making sure they don’t stick together so they resemble small meat/sausage balls. Pan-fry until golden and cooked through. Add garlic and saute until fragrant. Please make sure not to overcook the garlic or it will be bitter. 😯

Fry, Brown and add Garlic

Add the sliced sun-dried tomatoes and the olives. Stir to combine.

Add cooked pasta noodles and add chicken stock. Mix well and finish with chopped parsley.

Mix to combine, addd chopped parsley and stir. Serve…. Enjoy! 😛

I have made this dish using canned tuna, tinapa flakes, flaked sardines (in oil), prawns, chicken and assorted seafood (clams, mussels, squid and fish) and even bottled tuyo. 🙂 You can serve a slice of lemon or lime if you’re using seafood. This brings out a delicious fresh bite to it.

Pria’s Sausage Pasta:

250 grams  italian sausage (or any sausage you may have. Santis has many kinds to choose from)

5     cloves garlic, smashed

1/4  cup    sun-dried tomatoes in oil

5-6 pcs     black olives, sliced

250   grams  pasta of choice, cooked al dente

1/4    cup       chicken or vegetable stock

2       Tbsp     parsley, chopped

to taste         salt and pepper

Hope you try this at home!

“Food nourishes the body as God’s Word nourishes the soul”


4 thoughts on “Sausage Pasta @ Home

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  1. i’ll try this one of these days 🙂 i have just recently discovered your blog and i’m loving it. thanks for sharing your recipes. your pictures make it easier to follow 🙂

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