Yield: Serves three to four.
Who said Italian night has to include pasta? This quick-cooking stew has onions, garlic, and spicy Italian sausage—classic flavors you expect in an Italian meal—and it’s warming and comforting, too.
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Toasted bread rubbed with garlic and drizzled with olive oil makes a nice accompaniment. Or, make your own Garlic Butter to spread on Italian or rustic bread.
Make this constantly! I sub spinach for escarole, red beans or chick beans for the white, and sweet sausage for spicy. Sooo versatile! Served it oversome dittellini tonight! Households fav!!!
***** more stars for this recipe.Another great go to in the fall/winter months. I love cooking this in my red cast Iron pot. This recipe hits all the right buttons. Thick, spicy, rich, and delish. Plus that is super easy to prepare. I have been using this recipe from the "make it tonight, 85 delicious reasons to eat in" magazine. So happy that I have found it online so I can share.If you can't find escarole, use spinach. Be generous with the Parmigiano-Reggiano , add some toasted bread and you will be in heaven.I sometimes substitute 1/2 regular sausage and 1/2 hot.As for the leftovers, while reheating I add even more spinach, so it looks fresh.You won't regret trying this on the next cold or snowy night.
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