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Italian for Cheap…Yum

So found a recipe and tweaked it for my group. NO leftovers and very filling combine that with a very short ingredient list and you have a winner.

1 jar pasta sauce (I always buy and use Great Value onions and garlic, it’s one of the rare items I will make the walmart trip for)
1 package Johnsonville Italian sausage
1 box Rigatoni pasta
3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
1 teaspoon garlic (or 3 cloves)

Cook pasta and sausage according to package directions. Remove sausage from pan and rinse pan (if you don’t rinse your pan you will burn the garlic and hate the dish due to bitterness). In the sausage pan combine the olive oil with garlic for a few seconds or minute DO NOT BURN THE GARLIC! Pour the pasta sauce into the pan with the garlic, bring to temp now cut up the sausage and add to the sauce. Meanwhile your pasta is done, drain and put into a large bowl and when the sauce is hot (should only take a few minutes at most) pour over pasta. Mix well and serve.

Simple and easy. The cheapest place I have found to get any Johnsonville sausage is walmart and watch for the rare coupons. I got mine cheap with several $1 off each package coupons so $2.98 each package.


February 25, 2011 - Posted by | Food and Cooking |

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