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This Pumpkin Sausage Bowtie Pasta makes for a creative and festive-looking fall meal, and yet it takes little time to put together. This is a great choice for those midweek fall and winter evenings, when you are particularly pressed for time (and perhaps already thinking about the weekend) and want something seasonal but just don’t have the time or energy to make a really elaborate meal.
The splash of white wine is what gives this dish that amazing extra bit of flavor. Stay away from any wine that is super-sweet, or you may have a main course that is a bit TOO sweet. Otherwise, there’s nothing too difficult about this recipe. You do have to brown the sausage and cook the pasta (al dente) to start, but that doesn’t take all that long, and everything goes really quickly after that. You basically have a full meal with this, though it does go nicely with a bit of bread and a simple salad.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Jo Cooks
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