Italian Chicken Sausage and Orzo
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
Loved this! I used leftover spinach & feta chicken sausage. Cut it in half for just my husband and I and we got a good 3 servings out of it. I skipped the red pepper due to preference. I also skipped the whole tomatoes and instead did 1 can of drained diced tomatoes. This time I made it with chicken broth but I'm looking forward to trying it again with white wine. It reminded me of a sort of bruschetta. SO GOOD. It was surprisingly light tasting, and the feta and capers really made a nice flavor. I can't wait to make this again.
This was really good and super easy to throw together! I used a whole box of small pasta shells instead of the orzo, and Italian style chopped tomatoes along with the juice (left out the broth). We also decided to just throw in the whole little jar of capers since we love them so much, so that was more like 5 tbsp. Also, I don't really think the whole step of boiling the tomatoes, etc. is really necessary - we just tossed all the ingredients together with the hot pasta, and it was heated through just fine for us. Will definitely make this one again!
This was very good and very simple. I was unable to find Italian chicken sausage so I just used turkey sausage. I also used some condensed chicken broth I had in the refrigerator from another recipe. I also used a 28 oz can of drained diced tomatoes.
This dish was unique and a big hit with my family.
This was so delicious. I used shredded chicken rather than sausage. I doubled the recipe to feed four people well. I only added a 14oz can of tomatoes and doubled the chicken broth. It was so delicious!!!! I even made with gluten free orzo.
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