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The extra 20 minutes of baking time are well worth the wait for this comforting pasta dish
This baked sausage rigatoni works as both tonight’s dinner and tomorrow’s lunch
This recipe is an original from my husband, who has spent time perfecting it. I tend to gravitate toward stir-frys, so I was skeptical about taking this on at first. But I soon realized that it’s pretty much in the same family as the stir-fry, as all the ingredients end up in one delicious simmering pot. The only notable difference is the additional cooking time when the dish goes into the oven, but you’ll find it’s well worth the wait when you take that first bite of lovely baked goodness.
Serves 6 with enough left over for lunch the next day.
Gerilee McBride is a Vancouver-based writer and designer working in the BC publishing industry. When not reading or writing she can be found biking, gardening or re-upholstering old office furniture. She also blogs about these things at www.talkandnottalk.com.