One Pan Cheesy Sausage Pasta – get dinner on the table with these easy pasta recipe. Just one pan, 20 minutes, and you are done!
What people says about this recipe?
Rachel Nelsen; Family favorite. My husband begs for this dinner! I’ve made it dozens of times, and it’s killer every time. I would recommend reducing the chicken stock by half a cup to avoid a runner dinner. Other than that, it’s wonderful!
Jes; Really enjoyed it!! Needed to add salt and pepper to give it some extra taste and I would change the kind of cheese I used otherwise delicious!!
Brycie Cook; This was pretty tasty! Had good flavor with the fresh onion and garlic sauteed with the sausage at first. I used heavy cream instead of milk and I didn’t have fire roasted tomatoes so I used a can of rotel. I did follow the directions someone else said and added about a half cup less of the chicken stock. If I’d have added the full two cups, there would have been way too much liquid. By the time the noodles got tender and most of the liquid was simmered out, there was just the perfect amount left to make the cheese creamy when added. I also added paprika and fresh black pepper and salt of course when I first added the noodles and liquids. I’d definitely make this again!! Very good and quick and easy.
Yaritza Acton; Made mine dairy and gluten free and still delish. Substitute the milk for unsweetened coconut milk and substitute cheddar for vegan cheddar. Same great taste to me!!
Jackie; So good! I used broth instead of stock and pasta sauce instead of tomato sauce/paste. Still came out wonderfully!
Divine Mrs. Lash; Oh my goodness! This was great! I took cues from other reviews..instead of milk used heavy cream, Rotel tomatoes, sprinkled Tony Chachere’s Creole seasoning (just a tad for a salty kick) and broccoli…absolutely scrumptious! Garlic toast, small salad…YUMMY! better than a restaurant 😋
Trish Baizer; Awesome and easy dinner. Whole family loves it, I exchange out various veggies depending on what I have. Sweet peppers are a good choice, and less liquidy than tomatoes.