Sausage, Kale & Bean Pasta

This is a hearty filling meal for those who enjoy a more meaty dish. It works better with a thinner pasta like spaghetti.

Time : 15 minutes

 

Noggin Fix

Kale and lemon juice give this dish over 200%* vitamin C and 45% manganese from kale and barlotti beans and 25% B-6 from the kale, sausage and lemon juice.  Kale also has 11% magnesium and 6% B-2.  The barlotti beans also contain 25% B-1 that improves memory and concentration, and 90% folate which supports B-12 function in reducing emotional issues.  This recipe is great for co-ordination & dizziness issues.  It will also go part way to aid your emotional stability, light sensitivity, insomnia, memory and fatigue.

* Percentages are of your Recommended Daily Amount

Sausage kale beans & pasta

Sausage kale beans & pasta

Serves 2

Ingredients

2 nests (120 g) x spaghetti (or other pasta you like, I had penne handy)
200 g x Pork sausages with herbs
1 tbsp x olive oil
100 ml x dry white wine
1 clove x garlic, crushed
2 tsp x butter
50 g x curly kale, chopped
200 g tin x barlotti beans, rinsed (pre-cooked)
1 tsp x lemon juice
25 g x parmesan, finely grated

Instructions

  1. Bring a large pan salted water to the boil & add pasta.  Cook for 4 mins or until tender.
  2. Grill sausages until browned, then slice into chunks.
  3. In a deep frying pan over medium-low heat add wine, garlic, butter & kale.  Cover & simmer for 5 mins until kale is tender. Remove from heat.
  4. Add beans & lemon juice to frying pan.   Then add chunks of sausage to the frying pan.
  5. Transfer pasta from water to frying pan & add 4 tablespoons of cooking water to frying pan to create sauce.

Serve with extra parmesan!

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