Polish Sausage with Linguini, Zucchini and Artichoke Hearts

Admit it, it sounds so good to you.  Sausage lovers unite.  

I had a sandwich the other day filled with bell peppers and sausage at a local BBQ joint, and I thought I probably could create a dinner. 

So, off to the market as I headed home.  I wanted to make rosemary alfredo cream sauce and then add the sausage to it.  By itself, I thought it would be a bit heavy, so I lightened it up by adding artichoke hearts and zucchini.  As you can see by the pasta, I was light handed with the alfredo sauce. No need to have the pasta swimming in the sauce, it is very rich.

I sauted the ground rosemary in olive oil, then added a touch of cream.  Letting the flavors infuse while I sauted the zucchini, then added the sausage and artichoke hearts until warm.

Boiled water and cooked the pasta. I like linguini, but you could use any other favorite pastas including penne.

I tossed the linguini and portioned it out onto the plates.  Add the vegetables over the pasta, and there you go.

Finished quickly, and yet a nice meal.

Top with freshly ground parmesan cheese.


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