My friend Cindy has prompted me to do a pasta dish post once a week – I could do a post every day, as this is the most frequently eaten dish in our house. It can take under 30 minutes from preparation to serving, perfect for a working family. This week I made Pasta With Red Pepper, Sausage, Tomato And Mushroom. We always have tomatoes and mushrooms in the fridge as these goes in to our salad which we eat most nights when the weather is warm enough. I don’t often buy peppers or capsicums as they are called in Australia but when I do I make sure none of them are green. I used one here to make the pasta dish but as the packet usually contains three I end up roasting the balance and putting them into a jar with some olive oil to use at a later stage. These are great used in a salad made with cous cous.
Pasta with Red Pepper, Sausage, Tomato and Mushroom
- pasta of your choice
- 15 mls coconut oil
- 125 g mushrooms chopped
- 15 mls olive oil
- 1 red pepper sliced
- 2 small sausages sliced
- 125 g tomatoes chopped
- get your pasta on the go and then make the sauce
- over a moderate heat, melt the coconut oil and add the mushrooms
- as soon as they start cooking add the olive oil
- then add the red pepper
- as soon as they start cooking, add the sausage
- when the sausages are cooked and the tomatoes
- then add to the pasta and serve
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*gazes wistfully at a fridge devoid of sausages and pencils another item onto grocery list*
this is one item I always have as Dave loves hotdogs for Sunday lunch 🙂
While we are in the area of Pasta with Red Pepper, Sausage, Tomato and Mushroom Lavender and Lime, Peppers are also used to treat a wide variety of health conditions which include poor circulation, heart disease, weak digestion, sore throats, chronic pains, weak digestion as well as tooth and head aches. If you take Cayenne Pepper with your everyday diet, it could help improve the flow of your stomach secretions as well as saliva. It also helps sooth the digestive tract.