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Once you have savored this robust, complex sauce you will want to put it on all your pasta. It also makes fabulous lasagna. Mixed with cooked rigatoni, penne or ziti, it can also be topped with cheese and baked. This recipe makes enough to adequately sauce one pound of pasta when cooked. We recommend Isernio’s Hot Italian sausage for this, but try the flavorful Chicken Sausage Rolls for a lighter variation. This sauce is even better if made the day before you are going to use it – or at least a few hours.
A simple, crisp green salad topped with warm sausage and shaved Parmigiano cheese. Great as a starter, or as a light entree.
A 'must have' for your traditional holiday meal. Great with almost any type of sausage, especially Italian, apple or breakfast. Use either sausage links taken out of the casing, or our chicken sausage rolls.
Meatballs can be served by themselves as appetizers, or simmer in your favorite tomato sauce for at least a half hour to infuse the sauce with flavor from the meatballs. Serve meatballs and sauce over al-dente cooked pasta.
Sweet, spicy and aromatic with rosemary - this glaze is an alarm clock for the taste buds. It will work with any type of breakfast link, but pairs particularly well with the chicken and apple flavors.
Brined Turkey with Sausage Stuffing
We find that many people think all pasta sauces require long, slow cooking. Though this is true of the famous Neapolitan ragus or Italian American “Sunday Sauces”, they are equally fond of the quick-cooked tomato sauce varieties. This easy-to-prepare beauty is perhaps the most utilized pasta sauce in Southern Italy. It can be made quickly while the pasta water is coming to a boil and the pasta becomes al dente. No need to use bottled sauces when this Half Hour Sauce (maximum) can be made.