Italian Sausage Dishes
Made from pork and often featuring anise or fennel, Italian sausage comes in three varieties: mild, sweet, and hot. Try Italian sausage grilled or in Italian preparations such as lasagna or soups.See Popular Italian Sausage Dishes Recipes
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Don't overlook the wonderful change of pace that polenta makes from pasta or rice. This dish is sure to become a frequently requested one.
This hearty pasta dish is studded with chunks of Italian sausage and mixed with a quick garlic-infused tomato sauce. It's then topped with dollops of fresh ricotta and a sprinkling of both mozzarella and Parmigiano-Reggiano, which form a cheesy layer as the pasta bakes.
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Spiedini are pieces of meat and other foods grilled on skewers. "Sausages and chicken livers are staples of Tuscan cuisine," says Rolando Beramendi.
Rigatoni pasta mixed with Italian sausage, onions, mushrooms and spicy Ro*Tel tomatoes and chilies.
"Sauteed mushrooms can make almost any inexpensive red wine taste better," says sommelier Jake Kosseff of Seattle's Wild Ginger.
Crumbled Italian sausage adds slow cooked flavor to this broth-based soup that's filling enough for dinner and delicious enough to serve at a party.
Let Johnsonville Sausage Expert Joe shows you how to make Italian Sausage Lasagna for that special someone! (Of course, it's also perfect for dinner with family or friends, too.)
In this slow cooker recipe, dried beans simmer with sausage and Italian seasoning all day while you're away. When you come home, stir in the spinach and dinner is served.
Juicy Italian sausage, creamy ricotta cheese, and bright, peppery fresh basil lend incredible flavor to this vibrant pasta dish. Rich pine nuts and nutritious asparagus add texture and dimension. When buying asparagus, look for firm, bright green stalks with tight tips. If stems are tough, simply remove the outer layer with a vegetable peeler.
"I may never use ground meat in my peppers again," said Fran Parisi, Grace Parisi's mother, when she tried this super-flavorful sausage-stuffed version. Another revelation: Smaller Italian frying peppers are much easier to brown in a skillet than the typical green bell peppers, and they also cook faster.
Impress your kids (and their friends) with this Spicy Sausage Queso Dip. See how easy it is to make using Johnsonville Hot Italian Sausage. Goes perfect with chips, garlic toast, veggies and more!