Servings: 4 to 6
As with broccoli raab, the earthy, somewhat bitter flavor of kale makes it a good match for sausage in a pasta perfect for a cold autumn night.
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We liked this in my household and I will make it again, however, I will double the sausage next time.
It’s only ok. The kale really is bitter, and never gets very tender. The lack of a proper deglazing step leaves a lot of find in the pan (I deglazed with water to salvage the flavor). Overall kind of boring.
This is a great combination! I used 16 oz of sausage for more protein, and a can of cannellini beans. At the end I stirred in 2 Tbsp butter to make a creamy sauce with the pasta water. Really tasty!
Easy and delicious meal to make with my husband. We substituted spinach for the kale since we had it on hand. Makes at least 6 generous portions so plan accordingly.Perfect amount of spice. Definitely try a squeeze of lemon - the acid really brightens it up!
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