Sausage and Vegetable Pasta

Gluten-free Sausage and Veggie Pasta | Lexi's Clean Kitchen

This Sausage and Vegetable Pasta is my go-to gluten-free dish for a quick weeknight meal or for entertaining. It’s delicious, serves a crowd, is easy to prepare, and is made using only ONE POT!

Sausage and Spring Vegetable Pasta

Sausage and Spring Vegetable Pasta

My blogging girlies and I are excited for SPRING, so we’ve teamed up to bring you five recipes packed with our favorite Spring produce. You have carrots, potatoes, leeks, broccoli, asparagus, spinach, strawberries, peas, and radishes!

5 Healthy Spring Recipes

Now, this pasta! 

Sausage and Spring Vegetable Pasta

I always make this dish when entertaining. Super Bowl, a dinner party, or just having friends or family over. It’s always a hit, and super easy to prepare!

Sausage and Spring Vegetable Pasta

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Sausage and Spring Vegetable Pasta


Yields 6
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes



Author: Lexi
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Ingredients

Directions

  1. In a large pot, make pasta as directed on the box/bag of pasta you are using.
  2. Drain pasta and set aside.
  3. In the same pot, heat 1 tablespoon of oil and sauté garlic for 30 seconds. Add in broccoli and asparagus and sauté for 5 to 10 minutes until fork tender. To speed up the time, add 2 teaspoons of water and cover the pot.
  4. Remove the casing from the sausage and add to the pot. Cook until no pink remains.
  5. Add the spinach and sauté until wilted.
  6. Add the pasta into the pot, add remaining olive oil, and salt, pepper, red pepper flakes, and parmesan if adding. Taste and adjust spices as desired.
  7. Serve hot!

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March 24, 2017

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14 responses to “Sausage and Vegetable Pasta”

  1. […]        4. Sausage & Spring Veggie Pasta from Lexi’s Clean Kitchen […]

  2. […] Finally, Lexi has a Sausage & Spring Veggie Pasta! This Sausage and Spring Vegetable Pasta is my go-to gluten-free dish for a quick weeknight meal or for entertaining. It’s delicious, serves a crowd, is easy to prepare, and is made using only ONE POT! Get the recipe here! […]

  3. I love anything with sausage and carbs. This is OBVIOUSLY happening soon!

  4. Armecia Lee says:

    I already have the grocery list started! This sounds so yummy!! Thank you Lexi!!

  5. Alison says:

    What a fantastic dish! I just made this for dinner and my husband and I both devoured it. Followed the recipe as is- just wonderful. My husband said “it’s definitely a keeper”

  6. Omigy says:

    This is a brilliant idea. Let make so sausages. I am going to get the ingredient right now. It is the right time as I was wondering what to make for tonight. Thanks for the recipe

  7. Edwina says:

    I love pasta and I love a one pot dinner. I must try this recipe. It looks delicious.

  8. Ally says:

    I’m a little late on the bandwagon here but omg, this was amazing! I couldn’t find any spicy chicken sausage so I made it with chicken & apple sausage and added some cayenne pepper to the chicken while sautéing. It’s so tasty! I made enough for us all to take for lunches tomorrow as well ? Thanks for this recipe!

  9. Leisha Vogl says:

    This dish is simple and amazing! I’ve made it as it several times and my kids love and our company loved it as well.

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  10. Jenn says:

    I’ve made this before and it’s delish! Do you have the nutrition info?

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