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This one feeds a crowd! I made this for just my Fireman and me- and had leftovers for days! It was fine- brought it with me for lunch 2 days and ate the rest of it for dinner a couple nights that week while he was at the fire station.
I’m glad I like leftovers. I could have totally cut the recipe in half- no problem, but I did want the leftovers.
Plus, I was making this recipe up as I went along- so I didn’t have time really to think about what would be a good portion for just two.
I needed to use up my chicken sausage that I had intended to use a few nights earlier.
I also had a bag of sliced mushrooms that were about 24 hours away from being slimey and gross.
..and I always have some pesto on hand…
..and a jar of pasta sauce.
So, this recipe came together quite nicely.
Wouldn’t you agree?
Pasta makes my belly happy. Jumping for joy with the expectation that I’m getting to have a bite soon!
I like my pantry recipes. I used up what I had on hand for a quick, healthy meal for me and my Fireman.
What about you? Ever have an accidental success in the kitchen?