Saturday, October 11, 2014

Threaded Spaghetti with Sausages

What's so special with this plate of creamy pasta? Check out below :D

Raw pasta (I've used linguine) threaded into the cut sausages! My lil princess : "Are you making spider?"

After cooking....

It does look like a spider!! So cute isn't it!?

Making of the creamy sauce to go with the threaded spaghetti ;) Yah I just grab a bottle of creamy pasta sauce off shelves. Fast and simple, just top with more greens to balance the meal :)


Recipe by Peng's Kitchen
Ingredient (4 servings)
  • 4 Tatsumoto Japanese Pork Sausages, cut into 6 chunks
  • 200gm linguine (I've chosen this as it is thicker and won't break as much during the threading process)
  • 1 cup broccoli florets
  • 1 cup cauliflower florets
  • 2.5 cups Mushroom & Herbs Pasta Sauce
  • black pepper to taste

  1. Break 100gm linguine into half sticks. Gently thread 5 pasta sticks into the cut sausages. Repeat till all sausages are threaded.
  2. Bring a pot of water (added 1 tsp salt) to rolling boil. Add in thread pasta with sausages into the pot. Reduce heat to medium and cook till pasta are cooked through. Remove threaded pasta from the pot and set aside. Cover and keep warm.
  3. Bring the same pot of water to boil. Add in the remaining linguine and cook till al dente. At the last 5 mins, add in broccoli and cauliflower florets.
  4. Meanwhile prepare the sauce. Pour the sauce into a saucepan. When it starts to boil, toss in the drained pasta, broccoli & cauliflower into the sauce and mix evenly. Add in about 1/2 cup of pasta water into the mixture if the sauce is too thick for your liking. Add pepper to taste. 
  5. Divide creamy pasta into individual serving paste and top with threaded sausages. Serve immediately.


Miss B @ Everybody Eats Well in Flanders said...

This is really a good idea, my boy would love to help me thread the pasta into the sausages. You are using some japanese sausages, sorry but I am really "suaku", hehe.

Peng said...

Miss B...I will take a pic and update on my post. Not really a Japanese brand, just the texture different from the usual hotdogs which I dun like. This taste more like real meat added, more expensive though but the texture and flavour is good :)

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