Whether you like your chicken sausage hot and spicy or stuffed with herbs, links of your favorite Isernio’s sausages are easily transformed into delicious pasta dishes you can whip up any night of the week.
There are a few easy tricks to remember when you’re cooking sausage for pasta. First, choose how to cook your sausage: try cooking links with a little water in a pan and brown until finished before slicing. Or, remove meat from casings and drop pieces of sausage into the skillet as you cook your vegetables.
When it comes to picking noodles, any shape will do, or even toss in zucchini noodles — aka “zoodles” — for a healthier version of any of these dishes. Buon appetito!
This family favorite is super versatile, and can be made with any type of sausage, though Isernio’s Spicy Italian Chicken Sausage combines perfectly with red wine, crushed tomatoes, fresh basil, and farfalle for a zesty meal.
Chicken Sausage and Mushroom Penne
The hardest part of this easy pasta recipe is picking which type of chicken sausage you’ll put in. After that, it’s just some sauteeing of mushrooms, baby spinach, a creamy sauce, onions, and garlic.
Creamy Pasta with Chicken Sausage and Broccoli
Corkscrew pasta, broccoli florets, and flavorful chicken sausage combine for the easiest weeknight dinner, with lots of pleasing textures.
Zucchini and yellow squash + a spiralizer = magic, healthful zoodles that can be cooked in boiling water, sauteed in a hot pan, or just tossed with hot ingredients if you want super snappy texture.
Chicken Sausage, Pepper, and Onion Pasta “Fake Bake” Recipe from Rachel Ray
When you want lasagna but don’t want all the work, this broiler-finished recipe with ricotta, peppers, rigatoni, and sausage is the perfect pick.