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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
1 Garlic Clove, chopped
Parmesan, grated

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


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

  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 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!


  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.

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

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

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

    Rosie x

  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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