One-Pot Salsa Verde Penne Pasta with Sausage, Black Beans, Mozzarella and Cheddar cheese - delicious, easy, 6-ingredient, 30-minute recipe that you'll love! Super cheesy pasta with Southwestern flavors.
How to make salsa verde pasta
- The very first step is to cook penne pasta, until al dente. Use a deep large saucepan. Then, rinse and drain. Remove cooked pasta from the saucepan.
- In the same (now empty) saucepan, crumble the pork sausage and cook pork sausage until completely cooked. You don't need to use any oil - sausage has enough of its own oil too cook in.
- Next, add salsa verde and drained black beans (from the can) to the same saucepan. Bring to boil.
- Add cooked pasta, Cheddar and Mozzarella cheeses. Mix everything carefully (not to break pasta), reduce heat to medium and cook just until pasta heats through and the cheese melts.
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I love making this One-Pot Salsa Verde Pasta with Sausage and Black Beans for an easy dinner and then save the leftovers for lunch! What a comfort food! This recipe works great with gluten free brown rice penne (which is what I use).
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One-Pot Salsa Verde Pasta with Sausage and Black Beans
- 10 oz penne pasta (use gluten free brown rice penne for gluten free version)
- 1 lb pork sausage
- 24 oz salsa verde
- 15 oz black beans from the can, drained
- 2 cups Mozzarella cheese shredded
- 1 cup Cheddar cheese shredded
- In a large saucepan, bring water to boil and cook pasta, until al dente. Rinse and drain. Remove pasta from the saucepan.
- In the same (now empty) saucepan, crumble pork sausage and cook it until completely cooked.
- Add salsa and drained black beans. Bring to boil.
- Add cooked pasta and cheeses. Mix everything carefully, reduce heat to medium and cook just until pasta heats through and the cheese melts.
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