I am a huge lover of the savoury and I am a huge lover of this lunch, Sausage and green bean tomato pasta.
I won’t lie, this like many of my other recipe are all made up depending on what’s left over and what needs to be used up, this one worked so well, I always loved my mums homemade sausage pasta bake when I was growing up, so with that in mind plus a few extra veggies this recipe was brought to life.
With processed meats like sausage you’d of thought the fat, saturated fat and salt would go sky-high, however you might say this is quite a ‘meat heavy’ as I use quite a lot of sausage but once again all of the traffic lights are green!
Gluten, eggs, milk & sulphites
1 handful of green beans
1/4 red pepper
1 small onion
1 spring onion
1/2 tinned tomatoes
pasta – per recommended serving
Basil, oregano, black pepper
1 teaspoon of each
- Boil the water and add pasta, allow to cook for 20 minutes
- Grill the sausages, so the fat drips away and turn once browned
- Chop the veggies up & add to a frying pan add the onion, spring onion, red pepper & green beans
- Add in the tinned tomatoes and herbs and allow to simmer
- Add all the ingredients together and grab a fork!
This is an overview of all of the macro-nutrients (e.g. fat, carbohydrates, protein) and what individual ingredients of the recipe offer as a percentage to each nutrient.
Calories: 44% pasta, 36% sausage, 8% tomatoes
Carbohydrates: 67% pasta, 12% tomatoes, 7% onion
Of which sugar: 43% tomatoes, 21% onion, 11% pasta
Fibre: 32% green beans, 24% pasta, 12% tomatoes
Protein: 49% sausage, 30% pasta, 9% tomatoes
Fat: 88% sausages, 8% pasta, 1% red pepper
Of which Saturates: 95% sausages, 3% pasta, 1% black pepper
Salt: 93% sausages, 3% tomatoes, 2% pasta
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