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  1. Lou

    Jennie-o makes a good Italian turkey sausage which is super easy to find and still delicious! Wish I could have found smoked mozzarella because the recipe just is not the same without it. Still delicious, easy, filling and well received by all who ate it! My personal preference is extra garlic and a little basil! Thank you Elise! You are amazing and have not failed me once:) thank you for making such delicious and well thought out recipes and giving us regular cooks the ability to create something great

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  2. Kelly

    My husband said this was the best thing I have ever made and to definetelly keep this recipe. I had a few change just because I couldn’t find the ingrediates or I was using what I had on hand. I used two cans of diced tomatoes instead of whole because they were in my cubbard. I couldn’t find smoked Mozzerella so I used 8 oz Hoffman hickory smoked swiss and cheddar

    I used mild italian sausage and served it with penne pasta. So Good! I am so happy I found this site. Every receipe is a winner. I visit the site every week for ideas for dinner. Thank you so much for putting these amazing recipes out there for all of us aspiring cooks.

  3. Corinna

    I made this last night. My family loved it!
    I didn’t have smoked mozzarella cheese, but I had regular mozzarella and liquid smoke. I used a few drops of the smoke and it worked very well.
    The only other change I made was instead of red pepper flakes, I used one red chili seeded and deveined and chopped finely and sauteed with the onion and garlic.
    It made a huge amount and will make great left overs for several days. (I already had a bowl for breakfast!)
    Thank you!!!!!!!

  4. Debbie

    I made this recipe last night. Since I didn’t have all the ingredients, I made a few adjustments. I used Cajun sausage instead of Italian turkey sausage and I only had fresh Mozzarella cheese and it wasn’t smoked. I also used butterfly pasta since I ran out of fusilli.

    Despite the modifications, the recipe was fabulous. My husband asked me to make this one again. We both love spicy food so the Cajun sausage worked well.

    Thank you for sharing these recipes. Sometimes I forget my manners. I make recipes I find on blogs like yours and then forget to return to let you know how it came out. I know I can always count on you. It seems that every recipe of yours that I’ve made …has been wonderful and so tasty.

    Thank you,
    Debbie

  5. Jessica

    I made this last night and it was sooooooo good!! Hubby said it was one of the ‘better’ dishes I’ve made (he was careful, since the night before I made the sweet and sour chicken from your site, and he said that was AMAZING). One thing though, I don’t know if that cheese is super strong, but both our stomach’s were gurgling/upset for hours after eating!

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