How to Cook Sausage Meatball Pasta with Branston Pickle Sauce

Branston pickle makes a marvellous ingredient...don't just put it in your sandwich!

Recipe By: cookbuzz (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/454)
Serves 1 Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Pasta 100g
Chicken stock cube 1
Olive oil 3 tbsp
Garlic 2 cloves
Shallot 1/2
Sausages 2
Branston pickle 1.5 tbsp
Sliced cheese 1
Parsley (optional) as required

Method

1
Put the chicken stock cube instead of salt into plenty of hot water to boil the pasta. You'll use some of this water to make the delicious sauce.
2
Remove the skin from the sausages, divide the sausagemeat into five equal pieces and roll into meatballs.
3
Put the oil in a large frying pan and heat on medium. Add the smashed garlic and the meatballs (you can remove the browned garlic if you want).
4
Add the chopped shallot, then 3 ladles of pasta water.
5
Boil for a few minutes to reduce the sauce to about half, then add the Branston pickle and melt in a sliced cheese.
6
When the pasta is cooked, add it to the frying pan and mix with the sauce for 1 minute to emulsify and blend.
7
Transfer to a serving dish and garnish with the fresh parsely.

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How to Cook Sausage Meatball Pasta with Branston Pickle Sauce

Branston pickle makes a marvellous ingredient...don't just put it in your sandwich!

Recipe By: cookbuzz (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/454)

Serves 1

Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Pasta 100g
Chicken stock cube 1
Olive oil 3 tbsp
Garlic 2 cloves
Shallot 1/2
Sausages 2
Branston pickle 1.5 tbsp
Sliced cheese 1
Parsley (optional) as required

How to Cook Sausage Meatball Pasta with Branston Pickle Sauce

Recipe ID :2659 Posted on 02 JUN 2017

Serves 1

Cook 15min
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Branston pickle makes a marvellous ingredient...don't just put it in your sandwich!

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Method

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15min
1
Put the chicken stock cube instead of salt into plenty of hot water to boil the pasta. You'll use some of this water to make the delicious sauce.
2
Remove the skin from the sausages, divide the sausagemeat into five equal pieces and roll into meatballs.
3
Put the oil in a large frying pan and heat on medium. Add the smashed garlic and the meatballs (you can remove the browned garlic if you want).
4
Add the chopped shallot, then 3 ladles of pasta water.
5
Boil for a few minutes to reduce the sauce to about half, then add the Branston pickle and melt in a sliced cheese.
6
When the pasta is cooked, add it to the frying pan and mix with the sauce for 1 minute to emulsify and blend.
7
Transfer to a serving dish and garnish with the fresh parsely.
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