I'm sorry to say this but we thought it was absolutely horrible. I like most of the recipes on eatingwell but, to us, this was a disaster. There was something about the olives and spinach and feta that just didn't work with the sausage. My wife described it as tasting like "vomit and sweat" and she was dead accurate in her description. We followed the recipe exactly. I'm sorry, guys, but this was a HUGE miss.
Delicious! added a bit more garlic and used chick pea rotini noodles . Can’t wait to eat my leftovers for lunch tomorrow!
Flavor was not good. Not a fan of the chicken sausage or kalamata olives in the dish.
We have made this several times already. Great to make and store individual servings for a quick lunch throughout the week. We use spicy italian sausage which gives it a good pop.
A simple, tasty pasta dish. I didn’t make any changes to the recipe and it turned out great.
I made this with red lentil pasta noodles and the paleo chicken basil sausage links from Costco. Doubled the garlic, and added a little more tomato sauce since all I could find at the store were 15-oz cans. Might add a dash of balsamic vinegar when I reheat some fir my lunch today. This is a keeper.
Delicious and easy Sunday evening dinner.
I liked the simplicity of this dish but I did have to season further. Otherwise, it would have been too bland. I used medium shells instead of rotini which I think worked better. Rotini would have been too heavy for the sauce.
I wanted to lick the bowl after eating this. I was blown away by the different tastes and textures. The Kalamata olives definitely pushed this to amazing.
Follow the recipe to the “T”, it is delicious, even my picky eater love it.
I don't think this should be called "one-pot", since you only cook the sauce. the pasta is cooked in another pot beforehand. it is like using pre-cooked food and giving it as a recipe called "no-cook" :)
This was surprisingly good! I created an account just so I could review it. Try this recipe, you won't regret it. You could easily substitute the sausage for another meat, the flavors would still be there. This one is going in the rotation for sure!