Silly Sausage Recipe Vegetable Orzo Pasta

Silly Sausage Recipe Vegetable Orzo Pasta

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SILLY SAUSAGE RECIPE - Vegetable Orzo Pasta

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 Sausages are made without skins. Sausage skins are not great health wise and can cause a choking hazard in young children. Having no skins also gives you the option to mince up the sausages - even more recipe options for dinner!

Our Silly Sausage recipe - Vegetable Orzo Pasta will have everyone feeling they've just stepped into Italy! 🇮🇹

Ingredients (Serves 4 child portions, leftovers can be frozen or enjoyed by parents!) -

🛒 1 Nana Manners Silly Sausage - we used the triangle shape (available at Tescos)

🛒 250ml boiling water

🛒 1 low salt chicken stock cube

🛒 160g orzo pasta

🛒 ¼ courgette, diced

🛒 1 small red/orange pepper, diced

🛒 ½ a garlic clove, minced

🛒 1 tsp olive oil

🛒 Freshly grated Parmesan cheese for topping

✅ How to cook -

⭐️ Boil water in the kettle and dissolve 1 low salt chicken stock in a jug.

⭐️ Add the orzo to a small saucepan with the chicken stock and cook until al dente, draining any excess liquid.

⭐️ Next heat the olive oil in a frying pan and add the sausages and cook, breaking it up as it cooks.

⭐️ Once browned and cooked through, add the garlic and cook for 30 seconds, then add the pepper and courgette.

⭐️ After about 2 minutes, add the cooked orzo to the sausage mix and stir to combine.

⭐️ Top with the Parmesan cheese, enjoy!


Silly Sausage Recipe Vegetable Orzo Pasta

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