Italian Sausage and Pasta in a Cream Basil Sauce
This Italian sausage meat recipe is an easy food idea any day of the week. For this easy pasta meal, you will need the farfalle pasta also known as bow-tie pasta, some Mild Ground Italian Sausage, olive oil, red pepper flakes, diced onion, garlic, cherry tomatoes, half and half, heavy cream, salt, parmesan cheese, mozzarella cheese and fresh basil. And the ore fresh your ingredients the better this easy pasta meal will be. For this easy past meal with sausage meat, there is about five minutes of preparation, with about 25 minutes of cook time, for an easy food idea that you can enjoy any day of the week. All it takes is to prepare the pasta according to the package directions. And to brown up some sausage meat in the skillet. Sprinkle with a little crushed red pepper and cook until the sausage meat is no longer pink. Add the onion and the garlic and saute together. Stir in the chopped tomatoes, and salt. For the rest of this easy pasta meal, you will want to take a look at the Flavor Mosaic site. This is an easy past meal that the whole family will enjoy.
When it comes to buying the Italian sausage meat for this easy pasta meal, you will have more than one choice. One significant difference between that of organic and conventional pork is that organic sausage meat, cured pork products don’t include the chemical preservatives such as nitrate and nitrite. These preservatives have occasionally been linked to gastric cancer, although there is not enough data to support this, it is best to stay away from these when you can. Instead, organic sausage meat is cured and preserved with vegetable derivatives that contain natural nitrates. However, the veggies don’t preserve the sausage meat quite as well as the chemical versions, so food safety is especially important when cooking up any organic bacon, sausage meat, and deli meats.
Fresh basil is always a welcome addition to food ideas that you try. Basil is a fragrant herb that is usually used fresh in food ideas and easy pasta meals. Basil is a good idea to add fresh to food ideas at the last minute as cooking the herb can quickly destroy the flavor. When storing your fresh basil, you can keep the herb for a short time in a plastic bag in the fridge, or for longer amounts of time in the freezer after it is first blanched quickly in some boiling water. Basil is the perfect herb to make into a chiffonade cut. A basil chiffonade or herbs are known as a pile of delicate, long ribbons of herbs that are basically, a julienne of other greens or resh herbs. Basil makes the perfect herb for chiffonades as the basil makes the herb look even more lovely in recipes rather than roughly cutting the fresh herb. To start, you'll want first to wash and dry several of your fresh basil leaves, then stack the fresh basil leaves on top of one another. The basil leaves will then be rolled up lengthwise into a tight roll and using a very sharp knife; you can slice the roll crosswise very thinly. Using basil for your easy past meals and food ideas will fill the kitchen with its lovely aroma, one that you just can't get enough.
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