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Old 05-17-2011, 08:52 PM   #1
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Penne Arrabbiata

Ingredients

3 cups of penne rigate, 2 whole italian sausages cooked and sliced, 12 to 16 jalapeno peppers, two cups of tomatos (diced or whole), olive oil, salt, asiago cheese, Italian parsley.

Directions

Fry the Italian sausages until fully cooked. Remove from pan.
Cook tomato sauce in sausage pan and season lightly with Italian dry seasoning if needed. Add sausages to the tomato product and let simmer for a few minutes. Add jalapeno peppers to the sauce.
Cook pasta in boiling water until al'dente. Strain and add a drizzle of olive oil, sprinkle of salt and a handful of coarsely chopped parsley and toss to mix ingredients.
Serve up pasta in pasta bowl. Top with finished sauce and garnish with fresh parsley and asiago cheese.

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I love making this simple pasta and even better, your kids will love it too because it is so simple with nothing "weird" in it. Great way to introduce them to something traditional and flavourful.

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Old 05-17-2011, 09:16 PM   #2
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Old 05-18-2011, 04:55 AM   #3
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Looks Good! Especially with all the Fresh tomatoes in my garden now..

but is that really "12 to 16" jalapenos? WoooEeee!

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Not too many kids are going to love a dish with 12-16 jalapenos in two cups of tomato.
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Old 05-18-2011, 11:22 AM   #5
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Looks Good! Especially with all the Fresh tomatoes in my garden now..

but is that really "12 to 16" jalapenos? WoooEeee!

Eric, Austin Tx.
Easy to pick out, but yeah maybe too many! 4 portions though so 3 to 5 on each dish.

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Not too many kids are going to love a dish with 12-16 jalapenos in two cups of tomato.
Figures.
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That picture doesn't look like it has many peppers in it at all. Looks good.

I'm a pepper freak but 16 jalepenos in pasta sauce would be just waaaaay too much for me.

I am more trdtitional with my arrabiata and used dry crushed red pepper.
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That picture doesn't look like it has many peppers in it at all. Looks good.

I'm a pepper freak but 16 jalepenos in pasta sauce would be just waaaaay too much for me.

I am more trdtitional with my arrabiata and used dry crushed red pepper.
Actually the jarred jalapenos in this recipe don't seem to make the sauce hot at all, if that is what you are referring to. I made this in our restaurant this way for years and it was really popular with young people. Don't forget, you have to break the quantity of peppers down into servings too.
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...Don't forget, you have to break the quantity of peppers down into servings too.
Your recipe calls for 12-16 jalapenos and two cups of tomato with two sausages. How many servings is that?
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Actually the jarred jalapenos in this recipe don't seem to make the sauce hot at all, if that is what you are referring to. I made this in our restaurant this way for years and it was really popular with young people. Don't forget, you have to break the quantity of peppers down into servings too.


12 to 16 jalapeno peppers whole jalepenos peppers fresh would be totally overpowering for that amount of sauce. That amount of whole jarred peppers might be very "jarring" to most people too.

When do you slice up the peppers?
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Oh they are slices, albeit big chunks. maybe thats where I confused all'ya. Good eye Andy as they are sliced in the pic.
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Penne Arrabbiata Ingredients 3 cups of penne rigate, 2 whole italian sausages cooked and sliced, 12 to 16 jalapeno peppers, two cups of tomatos (diced or whole), olive oil, salt, asiago cheese, Italian parsley. Directions Fry the Italian sausages until fully cooked. Remove from pan. Cook tomato sauce in sausage pan and season lightly with Italian dry seasoning if needed. Add sausages to the tomato product and let simmer for a few minutes. Add jalapeno peppers to the sauce. Cook pasta in boiling water until al'dente. Strain and add a drizzle of olive oil, sprinkle of salt and a handful of coarsely chopped parsley and toss to mix ingredients. Serve up pasta in pasta bowl. Top with finished sauce and garnish with fresh parsley and asiago cheese. Footnotes I love making this simple pasta and even better, your kids will love it too because it is so simple with nothing "weird" in it. Great way to introduce them to something traditional and flavourful. 3 stars 1 reviews
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