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As written, I would give this recipe one star. However, taking the idea of the recipe and turning it into a one pot preparation made it 5 stars. I doubled the recipe, no butter, sauteed the onion in a bit of olive oil, potato gnocchi, Aldi's spinach and feta chicken sausage, and used a lot of chicken broth. My family could not get enough of it.
I had bought some tomato-basil chicken sausage from Aldi (package of 4 and I used all of them) and didn't have a clue what I was going to do with it so I typed "chicken sausage" into the ingredients search and this recipe showed up in the search. I made the gnudi (ricotta gnocchi) also from this site to use in this recipe. I didn't see the purpose of the flour in this recipe so I left it out. I really liked this but my husband and son were not thrilled so I probably won't make it again - but I encourage others to try it!
Personally I would rate this a 4 as its a little plain and could use a tad more flavour but the husband and two kids loved it (other than the broccoli for the kids) so I'll probably be making this again. May try an Italian pork sausage next time for more flavour and something a little more than just a butter sauce.
This is a great basis for a recipe. I used the essentially the same ingredients but in different proportions and simplified the steps to reduce the number of pots/pans used. Was super delicious and so I'm happy I found this one. I will add a modified version of it to my recipes.