Sausage Penne Bake
Total TimePrep: 35 min. Bake: 20 min.
As a TOH volunteer field editor, I enjoy testing various recipes. This one appealed to me because I had a package of sausage to use as well as a small eggplant from our garden and some leftover black olives in the fridge to use. I made the recipe using all the called for ingredients, except I didn't have enough penne and I didn't want to make a special trip to the store, so I used linguine noodles. I also didn't have quite enough mozzarella, so I topped it up with marble cheese. Great flavour combination made for a comforting meal on a cold, rainy night.
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Family really enjoyed this
Easy to make & delicious with lots of flavor!Note: It would be easy to cut back on sausage & cheese if you wanted less fat & use unsalted tomatoes to reduce sodium. I added a zucchini & it made such a wonderful dish full of veggies. My only sub was to use Italian seasoning instead of basil. However, some fresh basil leaves would be great!
Just finished eating two bowls full. Excellant! Followed the recipe, but next time I will cut the onions into larger pieces and add a cup of canned corn. Maybe a bit of bell pepper.
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Look at the Saturated fat content and the Sodium content. These numbers are for a one cup serving. Not "heart healthy" at all!!
I'm a big fan of Eggplant. I used Whole grain Penne (that was all I had) instead of Whole wheat Penne . Loved it, loved it, loved it!
Simple and so yummy! Reheats beautifully! Husband doesn't like eggplant, so I subbed in two chopped zucchinis and a chopped bell pepper. DELICIOUS.
Very good. We don't care for eggplant so I omitted it. I also added some garlic salt.