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Iberian-Style Sausage & Chicken Ragù

November/December 2009

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This hearty sausage and chicken ragu was inspired by a fabulous stew Bruce Aidells enjoyed when he was traveling in Spain. Serve it over a heartier pasta, such as whole-wheat penne, or gnocchi. Garnish with grated sheep’s-milk cheese, such as Manchego.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Very delicious. The flavors were even better a few days later! I had to use hot Italian sausage instead of chorizo because my grocery store did not carry it. There was a fair bit of preparation involved but it was worth it. "
Iberian-Style Sausage & Chicken Ragù

12 Reviews for Iberian-Style Sausage & Chicken Ragù

08/29/2012

I also made some subsititions: use turkey italian sweet sausage, 2 cans of spicy diced tomatoes and 2 regular and paprika. I didn't realize saffron was so expensive (was going to be the first time I used it), so I just left it out. It turned out so heavenly! Next time, I'll make it exactly. First time using gnocchi (didn't really like it). I put it in a bowl and made the banana spiced fritters, amazing together. I'm so in love with this website, I'm able to explore and make different things that helps me lose weight!

Made Chicken Tender, Spicy
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10/25/2011
Hearty meal

This meal took awhile for me to make, mostly taking the skin off the chicken. I used bone in chicken thighs and by the time I was ready to eat, the meat was falling off the bone. Delicious.

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10/13/2011
Family favorite! Very forgiving of substitutions

This seems time consuming, but hit the "easy button" and throw in quartered bone-in chicken and whole sausages and let is stew. You can skim off any fat later. I've successfully substituted a 1/2 beer for all the wine, with additional chicken stock and substituted paprika for Pimenton. There is no substitute for the saffron, though. Kids love it over linguine. Freezes very well.

Very forgiving of substitutions.
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08/07/2011
Tasty and Easy

Really enjoyed this because of the fantastic flavor from relatively few ingredients. I used a spicy chicken sausage, smoked paprika instead of pimenton de vera, and a can of tomatoes with chilies. I cooked in a big saute pan instead of a saucepan, and cut the simmering time down to about 40 minutes.

Easy preparation
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03/05/2011
Pretty Good

I used hot italian sausage because that's all they had at the store. It was a pretty good dish. I ate it with gnocchi, which made it alot better.
I think next time I'll use a can of crushed tomatoes or tomatoe paste. It was too oily and not thick enough for my liking

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