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Sausage and Tomato Rigatoni

Sausage and Tomato Rigatoni recipe
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Rigatoni is named for the stripes on the noodles. Serve up this classic Italian sausage, pasta and tomato dish and earn yours.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
35 min
servings
total:
4 servings, about 2 cups each
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posted:
12/30/2008
Quick easy recipe. The sausage and red onions make this dish. The sauce needs a little something to make it tastier.
posted:
12/19/2008
I love any pasta dishes and this one was amazing. I used chicken sausage with tomato sause and added fresh parsley! This will become a become one of our fall backs for sure
posted:
12/18/2008
Simple to make and tasted wonderful. Will make again.
posted:
12/11/2008
I love this dish. I also added minced garlic in while i was cooking the saguage. And for the next person don't be afraid to try diffrent type of saguage(sweet basil is really good to use)
posted:
12/10/2008
I have also made this twice now. My husband actually requested it as "that good sausage dish." I used 1 can of tomato sauce and probably a 1/4th of a cup of italian instead of the called for ingredients. Oh and then I let it simmer for about 30 minutes so that all of the ingredients mellow together. Yummy goodness!
posted:
12/9/2008
I have made this dish twice now and it has to be the best one on the Kraft site! I did need to "extend" the tomato paste with some pasta water. You can probobly use 1 1/2 cans of tomato paste or 1 of those larger tomato paste cans that they sell (since 1 1/2 would be a waste of $) Anyway, I also added some leftover red wine that I had in the fridge. It was great. I couldn't wait to have the leftovers the next day.
posted:
12/8/2008
Based on everyone comments, I decided to combat the dryness of this recipe by adding a can of undrained Italian-seasoned diced tomatoes. I also used 1/2 cup of italian dressing (instead of 1/4 cup) The taste was 5 stars, but I'm giving it 4 stars because of the high fat content. I'll make it this way again!
posted:
12/6/2008
I enjoyed the expediency of this dish..and we all (husband, son, and myself) enjoyed the blending of flavors. It was a bit on the dry side, so next time, I'll use either white wine or broth to thin out a bit..delicious!
posted:
12/5/2008
This was very good! I substituted italian dressing for the sun-dried tomato dressing and also added extra tomato paste. I also used ground italian sausage rather than sauage links because it was cheaper. I will definitely make this again!
posted:
12/4/2008
I thought it was a little dull, but my family loved it, I would make it again for them
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