Don’t you love when a recipe is just so easy you fall in love with it, and end up having it at least once a week? Enter this slow roasted vegetable and sausage pasta. It’s almost a one-pot meal. Almost. You do have to cook the pasta on its own, but the rest is done in one pot, at one temperature, and is just so flavourful, delicious and complete.
Though you can get these ingredients all year long, I also love that this is a super farmers’ market friendly recipe, meaning you could find all of the ingredients at your local farmers’ market through the whole summer, and well into the fall. You can also vary up the vegetables– eggplant, mushrooms, olives, or a different green would be great modifications. As well, choose your most favourite sausage- whether it be beef, lamb, turkey, or perhaps tempeh for a vegan option. The choice is all yours.
Finally, let’s talk noodles. I had a quick scan through my recipe posts, and it seems that over the last decade or so since I started writing here, I have shared maybe five recipes that include noodles. Despite my love of noodles, (they were basically a food group for the seven weeks when we were in Bali ) they aren’t an every day (or even an every week) thing for us, as we don’t eat a lot of grains these days. If you’re also reducing your grains, let those noodles be optional. You can leave them out and make this a hearty and satisfying paleo meal, or even mix in some cooked spaghetti squash.
I typically use the gluten-free organic brown rice noodles by Tinkyada.
This roasted vegetable and sausage pasta is dinner made so very easy and can be modified to suit all diets. Please enjoy!Print