What's Cooking With Trice!!! (Creamy Pasta w/ Turkey Sausage)

Hi Dolls,


I hope everyone's 2012 has gotten off to a great start!  After the whirlwind of a holiday I had, it was challenging getting back to the swing of things in the "real world". 
Now that things are back to normal and I want to share my first cooked dish of the year.  I got this quick, easy, and yummy recipe from my girl Monique over at Divas Can Cook!  She has awesome recipes that are delicious and easy to follow! It is a Creamy Pasta with Sausage!  This dish is perfect for a quick weeknight dinner. 

Here's what you need:
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  • 2.5 cups of bowtie pasta
  • olive oil
  • 8 oz smoked turkey sausage (diced)
  • 1/2 cup onions (diced)
  • 1 clove of garlic (minced)
  • dash of red pepper flakes
  • 1.5 diced tomatoes
  • 1 cup of heavy whipping cream
  • 2/3 cup of Italian Cheese Blend
  • 1 TBS Parsley Flakes
  • Seasoning of Choice

DIRECTIONS for this quick and easy meal!!!!!
1.) Boil pasta until al dente (Approximately 7 minutes)
and set aside.
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2.) Brown your diced turkey sausage.
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3.) Add garlic and diced onion to sausage. 
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4.) Add a dash of red pepper flakes. (I always use red pepper flakes from the leftover little pizza packets) Photobucket
It's smelling pretty good at this point!!!
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5.) Add your cup of heavy whipping cream. Photobucket
6.) Once the cream thickens, add tomatoes and pasta. Photobucket
7.) Add a little seasoning of choice. Photobucket
8.) Add your cheese
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9.) Garnish with the parsley flakes and.......
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 I had a bottle of sparkling cider in the fridge that I thought would go  well with this dish.
  It did and VOILA!!!! The dish turned out perfectly!!!
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  This year I want to do more cooking so hopefully this is a start to something great! I LOVE cooking and this will be added to my book of recipe keepers! Please try this, it only took about 15-20 minutes tops! Perfect during the work week. Talk to you later dolls!

 ~Trice




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35 comments:

  1. yumm, looks good! Happy New Year!
    besos, lynn

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  2. I love Monique’s recipes. I made this a few months ago and I LOVED it. looks deelish!

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  3. Yummy.. I am SO going to try this tonight

    Tammy

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  4. This is right up my alley, I'm all about turkey products. Yum-o!

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  5. woooww super presentation!!! hungryyyyyyyyyyy!!1
    thanks for your visit!!! if you like follow me also on facebook !) http://keepintouchwithfashion.blogspot.com/ have a wonderful day… keep in touch…

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  6. Your blog is dangerous lol, everytime I get hungry when I visit you hhahahaahhahahaha, happy new year lovely!!!!!!!!!!!111

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  7. This dish looks absolutely delicious!

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  8. looks so so so so so good!!!!!
    www.style4curves.blogspot.com

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  9. Yum!I am def gonna whip up something similar tonight!!!

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  10. Yummy!!! Love your food post!!!

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  11. This looks so yummy! I will definitely be trying this. I was just trying to figure out what to cook tomorrow. Guess what I'll be making...LOL

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  12. Looking at this food while hungry is stuff! This looks so yummy :)

    xoxo
    Stella

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  13. This looks amazing, I am going to make it next week!!!!!

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  14. Yummy! I definitely have to try this recipe! It looks great!

    Myeshia

    http://Full-FiguredDiva.blogspot.com

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  15. OK, I have to admit, if I liked pasta, this would be on my list of things to try next.

    Also, doesn't sparkling cider go with everything? No? Is that just in my house?

    *Erin

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  16. Yummm this sounds delish I love recipe posts :)


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  17. This is perfect Trice. Thank for sharing! I'm always looking for quick "work week" meals.

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  18. WOW..it looks delish & super yummy! would definitely tell my sister to try it since i'm a disaster in the kitchen :)..

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  19. Oh boy, my mouth was watering as you cooked the pasta...then I saw the cider....now you're speakin' my lingo! :)
    Yummmyyy!! I wish I cared about cooking enough to learn to do it. I seriously have never had a desire to really try it out. I mean, I can make a few meals, but do I like cooking? No. My mom always tried to teach me, telling me I 'needed' to learn, but all I wanted to do was play outside. My little sister's man eats way better than mine because of it. hahahaha Oh well, my hubby still loves me, and he's definitely better in the kitchen than I am. Opening a bottle of wine though? Oh, you can bet I have that covered. :D
    Have a great day, my fellow San Antonian! ♥

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  20. Whoa, this looks so good! Doesn't seem hard either so I'm definitely gonna have to try it and check out her blog!


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  21. That looks so delicious! Definitely a recipe I can try, I like cream based pasta sauces but I'm always afraid to try to make them at home. You've inspired me to try!

    http://shabbychicandcheap.blogspot.com/

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  22. Hi lovely, very rich!!!
    Have a wonderful weekend!!

    besos, desde España, Marcela♥

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  23. Pasta is my all time favorite meal. It's quick and easy. This looks so good Trice.

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  24. cool recipe!
    u have a great blog, drop by mine and follow me if you like it ;)
    kisses from Spain,
    S

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  25. Girl this looks delicious! I keep going back to the last picture and staring at it lol

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  26. This looks better than AMAZING! Hmmp! Mouth Watering!

    E. Louise

    www.shapelylouise.com

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  27. I love how you combined your two loves, food and fashion!! I always need help coming up with creative meal ideas. I'm following now, and would love if you would follow me back! Have a great day :)
    Janie
    Dallasdivadiaries.com

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  28. This seems easy enough...even for me!

    I have tagged you. The rules are on my page. Participate if you like :-).

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  29. Looks quick and delicious. My kind of meal!

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  30. GASP! I'm making this 2nite! Such an easy and scrumptious looking meal. Thanks for the post :)

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  31. that looks DELICIOUS!!! It's early here and I'm already hungry... *sigh* lol xox
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  32. Really amazing , this kind of pasta seems really delicious!! Great post!

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  33. My daughter is always begging me to make something with bow tie pasta...so I will be trying this very soon! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  34. OMG I made it and it was so good. THANK YOU FOR SHARING

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    1. I'm so glad you liked it! It's one of my favorite things to make!

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Hi! I'm Trice, a Jacksonville, FL based blogger. I LOVE shopping and all things fashionable and want to show everyone that "Teachers Have Style Too!"! I also LOVE to cook and enjoy dining out. Please enjoy my fashion and food experiences and leave a comment if you'd like.
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