spicy italian sausage with linguine

spicy italian sausage with linguine
 
alt

This recipe was uploaded
by madcaps89

 
To rate this recipe, please sign in.

Ingredients

Ingredients
Method
 
  • extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 clove of garlic- crushed
  • handful fresh basil- stalks finely chopped and leaves kept to one side
  • 1 red chilli- finely chopped
  • 1 tin of plum tomatoes
  • 1 tbsp tomato puree
  • 4 italian course ground sausages
  • 1 small glass of red wine
  • just under half a pack of linguine
  • sea salt and black pepper
  • brown sugar
  • parmesan shavings
1. get a large pan of boiling salted water on the go and heat some olive oil in a small saucepan and add the garlic, chilli and basil stalks. fry gently for a few minutes.
2. heat up a frying pan, remove sausage meat from skins, roughly chop and add to hot frying pan.
3. add tomato puree and plum tomatoes to the garlic, chilli, and basil stalks, season and add a pinch of brown sugar to help with acidity of tomatoes. mash up the tomotoes with a wooden spoon.
4. once sausage meat is well browned and nearly cooked through add the pasta to the boiling water and add the red wine to the sausage meat and reduce to about half.
5. take your saucepan of tomatoes and pour into a sieve over the frying pan of sausage and wine. use a ladle to push the liquid through the sieve. if the liquid is a little thin let it reduce for a few minutes. Once reduced, chop your basil leaves and add to the sauce.
6. Once ready, drain your pasta, throw it back in the pan and back onto a low heat. add your sauce to the pasta and stir well to coat the pasta.
7. serve up with some small basil leaves, parmesan shavings and a drizzle of olive oil

spicy italian sausage with linguine

Are you sure you want to delete this recipe?

 

 
alt

This recipe was uploaded by madcaps89

 
 
serves 2. step 5 is optional. you don't really need to pass the tomatoes through a sieve but i like the way you get a really silky sauce that still has the flavour of the chilli, basil and garlic. Enjoy!

Method


1. get a large pan of boiling salted water on the go and heat some olive oil in a small saucepan and add the garlic, chilli and basil stalks. fry gently for a few minutes.
2. heat up a frying pan, remove sausage meat from skins, roughly chop and add to hot frying pan.
3. add tomato puree and plum tomatoes to the garlic, chilli, and basil stalks, season and add a pinch of brown sugar to help with acidity of tomatoes. mash up the tomotoes with a wooden spoon.
4. once sausage meat is well browned and nearly cooked through add the pasta to the boiling water and add the red wine to the sausage meat and reduce to about half.
5. take your saucepan of tomatoes and pour into a sieve over the frying pan of sausage and wine. use a ladle to push the liquid through the sieve. if the liquid is a little thin let it reduce for a few minutes. Once reduced, chop your basil leaves and add to the sauce.
6. Once ready, drain your pasta, throw it back in the pan and back onto a low heat. add your sauce to the pasta and stir well to coat the pasta.
7. serve up with some small basil leaves, parmesan shavings and a drizzle of olive oil
Show/hide comments

comments powered by Disqus