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.
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.
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Delicious! I reduced beans and increased (chicken) sausage and escarole. Any ratio of beans : sausage : escarole would be good.
I've made this several times, and found it to be flawless, simple, and and a consistent hit.
Excellent recipe, yummy and easy ! Did not have escarole, used bok choy and still turned out good and pretty quick ! Will do it again!
Used sweet & hot chicken sausage & spinach. I would double next time. I served it over mashed potatoes for my husband, who loves them, but I had my homemade croutons on the side.Great dish.
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