Breakfast Sausage Pasta Recipe: with kale and mushrooms

Sausage Pasta

Pasta is rather comfortable food that can be eaten every day and it won’t be dull. Moreover, the most Italians stay hungry if the meal is without it. There are simple dishes like spaghetti with olive oil, chili, and garlic. But there are interesting multicomponent recipes with delicious products like lasagna, casserole and others. All of them are extremely tasty, healthy, and nutritious. And the pleasant advantage of pasta is a quick cooking process.

Once again you can use almost any sauces to serve with pasta and you won’t go wrong. We recommend using light sauces like tomato with long pasta and heavy sauces with short shapes. It is a meal in itself and you do not have to create something unusual in order to enjoy pasta. Besides, its different shapes can introduce a wide variety in daily menu. There are more than 600 shapes in Italy.

Breakfast Sausage Pasta Recipe: with kale and mushrooms

You can think that kale and sausage is a too simple combination looking somehow in German style. But we bet you’ll appreciate it with the broken pasta! It means that you are expected to take lasagna sheets and break them into pieces. If you want to complicate taste, just add some mushrooms and here is our recipe. Do you want to try it?
Course Breakfast
Cuisine Italian
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes
Servings 4
Calories 2580 kcal

Ingredients

  • 8 piece lasagna noodles randomly broken into medium-sized pieces
  • 3 piece sausages
  • 2 piece large kale leaves cut into thin ribbons
  • 6 oz mushrooms (sliced)
  • 5 piece cloves garlic (minced)
  • 3 tbsp butter
  • 1/2 cup dry white wine
  • 1 piece lemon cut in half
  • pinch of coarse salt

Instructions

  1. Take a large pot, fill it in with water, add salt to taste and put in over heat.

  2. Cut the sausage in large pieces.

  3. Take a skillet, pour some oil, put the pieces of sausage into it and cook over medium-high heat until they become brown. Take the cooked sausages from the pan and set aside.

  4. The same pan can be used to cook mushrooms. Slice them and sauté during about 4 minutes. The mushrooms must get soft and dark. 

  5. Sprinkle some salt, add the kale and garlic. Continue cooking for another minute. Watch the garlic – it should not burn. 

  6. Transfer the vegetable mixture to the cooked sausage.

  7. Take the same frying pan, add some butter and let it melt. When it is, add the wine and lemon juice made of a half the lemon. Whisk the ingredients and heat for about 3 minutes over a medium-high heat continuing whisking. Let it simmer for a couple of seconds, add the vegetables with sausage and toss them with the sauce right in the pan. Remove from the fire.

  8. In the meantime cook the pasta noodles. They must be al dente. Drain them and add to the mixture waiting for you in the pan.

  9. Place the ready meal on a large serving plate, sprinkle with grated parmesan and minced parsley if you like! 

Recipe Notes

Nutritionally, pasta is good for adults and in particular for growing kids. Being full of carbohydrate it releases energy slowly allowing a person to be active for a long time. It is easily digested and can be included in low-calorie diets. It is perfectly mixed with tomato sauce or pesto and here is the light and perfectly balanced meal.