Pasta alla Boscaiola – Pasta with sausages and mushrooms


Recipe 26: It’s a long time I wanted to cook this recipe but I needed to wait for the cold season considering that the dish is a bit heavy but really tasty. It’s also very easy, as the majority of pasta dishes and I think is really indicated for english people, considering the good bangers they have here.

The ingredients for this pasta for 4 people are: 250gr mushroom, 350 gr pasta, 200 gr sausages, some parsley, oil, garlic cloves,  170 gr single cream, Parmesan and a glass of white wine.

Cook some garlic cloves in some butter and when they get goldish, add the mushrooms in slices, the rosemary, same salt and pepper, and parsley. Let it cook and when dry add the white wine.

Open the sausages long the side and take off the skin. Divide them in little pieces and add them to the pan. Let it cook with some more salt and pepper.
In the meantime cook the pasta and when everything is almost ready, add the cream to the pan and let it get thick.

Drain the pasta, keep some water in a side just in case the sauce is too thick for the quantity of pasta and toss the spaghetti with the sauce in the pan.
When ready serve with Parmesan or Pecorino cheese if you like and a bit of fresh parsley!

PS. Mamy questo si che e’ un bel piatto consistente! ma che buono! Io che tento di usare la panna il meno possibile, devo dire che su questa pasta ci sta veramente bene! poi l’ho cucinato in quella che era qui la settimana della salciccia, percio’ molto in tema!

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