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Johnsonville Italian Sausage Rigatoni

Rated as 4.58 out of 5 Stars
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"It's amazing what one ingredient can do. Add Johnsonville Italian Sausages to any basic pasta dish to create something truly outstanding! The sausage does a great job complimenting the pasta, peppers, garlic and sauce. This great, no-hassle recipe is a must for pasta lovers!"
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Ingredients

43 m servings 736
Original recipe yields 6 servings

Directions

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  1. Cook sausage links according to package instructions; drain. Cut into 1/2-inch pieces and set aside.
  2. In a skillet, heat oil over medium heat and saute garlic and red pepper until crisp-tender. Add prepared sausage, pasta, and marinara sauce; cook and stir until heated through. Sprinkle with parsley. Serve.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 736 calories; 37.3 70 27.6 69 1316 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

I make this all the time as a quick dinner. It's really bendable to what you have on hand, any kind of pasta or sausage links. I sometimes cut the pasta back and throw in more vegetables (chunke...

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This was pretty good. I used smoked sausage instead of the Italian sausage. I also did not add the chopped parsley. I cut up the sausage and fried it in a skillet and then I sauteed the red pep...

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I make this all the time as a quick dinner. It's really bendable to what you have on hand, any kind of pasta or sausage links. I sometimes cut the pasta back and throw in more vegetables (chunke...

This is one of our family's all-time favorites! SOOO easy to make, and sometimes we just use the pasta, pasta sauce and grilled sausage. If you have a good sauce, you don't need the rest!

Very good! I cooked the sausage in a skillet on the stove instead of the grill, but followed the recipe exactly otherwise.

Was great. The whole family enjoyed it. I couldn't find the Italian links by Johnsonville anywhere. I ended up using Kielbasa Sausage and adding Italian Seasoning to the sauce and used a jar of ...

I used smoked sausage instead of the Italian sausage. I also did not add the chopped parsley. I cut up the sausage and fried it in a skillet and then I sauteed onions and garlic in the same ski...

Very easy and very good! It takes no time at all to put this together for a quick weeknight meal. So, even if you're short on time you can have a nice Italian dinner without a lot of fuss and th...

I've been making this basic recipe for almost 25 years now. My husband really loves it. I don't use the parsley as I don't think it adds very much. We like it spicy so I use hot Italian Sausage....

Added red pepper flakes for some spice, and my husband and step son LOVED this! Will make again.

This was so yummy and very easy to make. A dinner you can make after a long days work. There is also plenty left over for leftovers.