Super Easy Garlic Sausage and Spinach Campanelle

This has to be one of the most easiest and delicious meals ever. I’m not joking when I tell you my most favorite recipes are ones that are the simple, require minimal ingredients, yet still tastes wonderful. When I first made this, I used to use sweet sausage but Mike has finally opened up to spicier things so I have switched to hot sausage and never looked back! If you’re one that does not like spice or feeding kids, it is just as delicious!

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Garlic Sausage and Spinach Campanelle

  • Package of hot or sweet sausage. Your preference!
  • 2 bags of spinach
  • 5 cloves of garlic
  • 1 box of Campanelle pasta (totally my preference, I think this dish tastes the best with this but you can use whatever pasta you’d like!)
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • salt & pepper
  • grated parmesan cheese (optional)

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Start cooking the pasta according to the directions on the box.

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Start browning your sausage. Once browned, chop up your sausage in the pot so all of the sausage drippings stay in.

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Put in your garlic, spinach, and some salt and pepper, then stir around real good.

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Once your pasta is done cooking, pour into pot along with the olive oil and salt and pepper. I like to add a little more garlic at this point just to make the garlic flavor a little stronger.

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Stir everything up, plate, and enjoy! Apparently it’s even more delicious with grated parmesan cheese on top but I am not a cheese eater so I find it just as delicious without if you don’t prefer cheese!

Hope you all have a wonderful week! Busy week for me as it’s my birthday, Valentine’s Day, and our annual Chinese New Year party down south for my grandmas! Whew I am exhausted thinking about it! And just for fun, in reference to my previous post for my DIY dog tux for Franks prom, look who got prom king! I feel so sorry for my future children lol

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