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Sausage, Roasted Red Pepper & Goats Cheese One Pot Pasta


I made this the other day and everyone in the house loved it (bar Remy, who I had to make something else for). It's really easy, really tasty and can be easily reheated, so saves well for the next day or so.

Ingredients 
Serves 4-6

  • 375 g of Cumberland Sausage Meat, or the sausage of your choice. I used Tesco Finest 12 pack of Chipolatas, meat removed from casing 
  • 500ml of Chicken Stock 
  • 500ml of Milk (I used whole) 
  • 4 Cloves of Garlic 
  • 400g of Pasta - I used Fusilli
  • Two Red Peppers 
  • 3/4 Handfuls of Spinach 
  • 70g of Grated Parmesan 
  • 70g of Goats Cheese 
  • 2 tbsp of Olive Oil
  • Salt & Pepper 
  • Small Handful of Chives 
Method 
  1.  De-seed and chop peppers into chunks, spread out evenly over a baking tray, drizzle over 1 tbsp of olive oil and put them in a pre-heated oven at 180 degrees for 20 minutes. 
  2. Remove the sausage meat from it's casing. Using a small knife, score down the side of the sausage and place the meat into a bowl. 
  3. Chop up the garlic cloves finely. 
  4. Add a tbsp of olive oil to a large pan over a medium heat, add the sausage meat and the garlic and cook until browned - about 10-15 minutes. 
  5. Whilst your meat is cooking, remove the peppers from the oven leave to cool slightly. Add the peppers to a food processor or use a hand blender to blitz into a puree. 
  6. Once your sausage meat has cooked, add the chicken stock and the milk to the pan along with the peppers and mix well together. Add salt and pepper to taste. 
  7. Add your pasta to the pan, stir in and leave to lightly simmer until the pasta is cooked. Usually 12-20 minutes depending on how you like it cooked. You may need to add more liquid to the pan as it cooks, you can do this by eye. I used more milk, but more stock or just water would be fine. 
  8. Once the pasta has cooked, add a handful of spinach at a time and mix in until wilted. 
  9. Add you goats cheese and parmesan to the pan and mix in until melted. 
  10. The pasta is now ready to serve - add a sprinkle of parmesan and chopped chives to finish. 
Hope you enjoy!

Georgie

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