My son said this is the best dinner he’s had this week but that was on Tuesday and we had pizza last night so I’m guessing this is his 2nd best dinner this week. This pasta dish was actually pretty delicious. I really don’t think you can go wrong with any kind of pasta swimming marvelously in Alfredo sauce. I mean, carbs who? Serve me up a second plate, please. But let me show you how to make this Corabella Tortelloni & Turkey Sausage In Alfredo Sauce dish first then decide if you want seconds or thirds.
Boil water for the Corabella Tortelloni(stuffed ricotta & spinach) pasta. Cook according to the package.
Put water in an iron skillet or non-stick pan. Poke a few holes on the turkey sausages. Place them in the skillet to cook. The water should help steam the sausages to cook then disappear after a few minutes. Add just a little bit of oil into the skillet to continue frying up the sausages on both sides. Take them out of the skillet once browned. Set them aside into a cutting board to slice diagonally.
Using the same skillet, pour the Alfredo sauce in it. Don’t worry about the brown tidbits from the bottom of the pan. In fact, use a whisk to gently stir the sauce while scraping the bits from the bottom of the pan to incorporate into the sauce. That’s turkey sausages flavors swimming around the sauce. Trust me it’s good. Stir in the sliced turkey sausages, and season with a sprinkle of salt, black pepper, dried basil and Italian seasoning. Continue to stir and cook 5 minutes or so.
Drain the water off of the pasta then return the pasta into the pot. Pour the turkey sausages ans Alfredo sauce mixture into the pot. Gently stir the pasta and the sauce together.
Garnish with chopped scallions on top, and grated Parmesan too if you want. If you manage to leave a little bit of leftover for the following day’s lunch then this pasta dish would be even better. It’s a definite YUM-O moment.