yummmmm!!! This looks amazing!
Looks good - very colorful. I'd like to pile all of that into a nice big warm homemade piece of bread! :)
Great as usual, duly noted and should be on our stove sometime soon.By the way I want to say again how much I liked your artichoke post, your wonderful step by step photo guide to trimming those beautiful globes. I have just done a post on artichoke gratin (Marcella) and I have linked up to you so everyone can see your way with artichokes.
healthy rulezit's my only freakin option...
This looks really delectable.
Beautiful!This is something very much like a recipe in Lidia's Italy, and I have so been meaning to make it. Hooray for healthy pasta dishes!
Looks wonderful! I'd love to eat this any time. Haven't tried the Barilla plus, I will check it out.
I make something similar and we eat it as a sandwich instead of with pasta.
mmm.. I don't know how much "Italian" is this recipe...
Gaby: Thanks!Karen: Good idea.Rachel: I'll check it out!CEF: I feel your pain!George: Thank you.Melissa: Love Lidia.Kalyn: Barilla Plus is great.Food Hunter: Sounds great.Fabio: Penso che sia "Italian American"!
I love turkey sausage, some brands more than others, and make this dish often. I don't usually serve it over pasta, but will next time. I like to add a little red wine to my veggies, too.
Turkey sausage is quite good.Sometimes I even make my own, with fennel and red pepper. Less fat. I also keep Barilla stocked in my pantry and have been trying to eat more of it lately.This is a great meal you have here Elaine!