One-pot pasta is kind of an ideal cooking situation. The uncooked pasta and all the other ingredients basically cook in the sauce, which means that every little bit is permeated with flavor. (It also means there’s only one dish to clean up, which is always fine by me.) With plenty of Italian sausage, peppery arugula, bright tomatoes, and a little extra help from herbaceous fennel seeds, I feel like this particular one-pot pasta is the holy grail of one-pot meals. Flavorful enough that it tastes like it’s been slow cooking all day long, it really only takes you twenty minutes to put on the table.
This dish works in a skillet or a large pot, so feel free to use whatever suits your fancy. You start by browning the sausage, bell pepper, and red onion until the veggies are tender and the meat has cooked through. (If you use a pre-cooked sausage, this step goes extra fast, but either one works.) Throw in some garlic cloves and let them hang out until they’re nice and fragrant.
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