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Roasted Sausage and Cherry Tomato Rigatoni

This was last nights offering for dinner, based loosely on a recipe from this months Delicious magazine, Sausage and Sage pasta.

Ingredients: serves 3-4
6 Pork Sausages
1 Can Cherry Tomatoes
1 Red Onion, quartered
Pinch Sugar
Seasoning
1 Garlic Clove, chopped
Parmesan, grated

Method:
Step 1: Preheat oven to 200c
Step 2: Remove skins from sausages and roll meat into large balls, place in roasting tin
Step 3: Tip in can of cherry tomatoes, red onion, garlic, sugar, salt and pepper
Step 4: Roast in oven for 30 minutes, meanwhile cook pasta
Step 5: Toss cooked pasta into sauce and sprinkle with parsley and Parmesan

Comments

  1. Sounds like a great simple supper after work, will definately add to the ever growing list of recipes to try! :)

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  2. Beth I could eat pasta everynight of the week too, I just love it. My son and hubby have also expressed their thoughts on my serving pasta too many times a week!! So this evening I am serving them...pasta..lol. Well we had pasta on Saturday, so I've left it for a few days ;o)

    This roasted sausage and cherry tomato rigatoni looks delish!

    Maria
    x

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  3. I could quite happily eat pasta every day of the week!

    I made something just like this only yesterday, sausages and pasta go so well together.

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  4. I think I could eat that pasta dish every night it sounds so good

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  5. I've no complaints about pasta, and this certainly looks delish. Tell hubby to get his own dinner in future. :-)

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  6. This is a great pasta dish Beth - a real keeper of a recipe! Thanks for sharing :)

    Rosie x

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  7. Beth: I've never done this before-rolled the sausages into balls and roasted them with tomatoes. I just made a pizza with same flavors but I should have roasted the sausages too. I'm making this for sure.

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