Silly Sausage Recipe - Creamy Pasta Shells

Silly Sausage Recipe - Creamy Pasta Shells

2 minute read

SILLY SAUSAGE RECIPE - Creamy Silly Sausage & Pancetta Pasta Shells

There's so many simple ways you can serve our Silly Sausages to help introduce more veg & lower the meat consumption at family mealtimes! Good for your health and better for the environment! With 29% high quality pork along with pea protein and pea fibre, little ones will never know just how much veg they're eating! Sulphate and nitrate free - Silly Sausages contain no nasties at all whilst tasting absolutely delicious! With less than one quarter of the salt of normal sausages, they are a great choice for the whole family. Our Silly Sausage recipe - Creamy Silly Sausage & Pancetta Shells will have the rushing to the table!

Ingredients (Serves 1 little tummy- double/multiply up as required!) -

🛒 1 Nana Manners Silly Sausage (available at Tescos)

🛒 50g pancetta (cubed)

🛒 40g mini-shell pasta (or any pasta shape!)

🛒 Drizzle of olive oil

🛒 2 tbsps frozen peas

🛒 1 tbsp crème fraîche

🛒 Juice of ¼ lemon

🛒 Small grating of finely grated Parmesan cheese (optional)

✅ How to cook -

⭐️ Boil your pasta shells in a small saucepan and drain once cooked al-dente (reserving a little pasta water for later)

⭐️ While the pasta is cooking, put small frying pan over a medium heat and cook the pancetta and the sausage until golden and crisp.

⭐️ Next remove your sausage to serve separately on the plate or remove and chop into small chunks and return back to the pan to include in the pasta itself.

⭐️ Next add the crème fraîche, stirring to combine before
adding your cooked pasta and lemon juice.

⭐️ Allow the mixture to thicken a little, adding a splash of the pasta water if needed!

⭐️ Whilst the pasta and sauce is thickening, add the frozen peas to a small bowl and place in the microwave for 1 minute until cooked.

⭐️ Finally, add the peas to your pasta.

⭐️ Finish with a little Parmesan to taste.


Silly Sausage Recipe Creamy Pasta Shells

We'd love to hear your Silly Sausage recipes too - do share them with us! #sillysausagerecipes

« Back to Blog