Top Rated Italian Sausage Recipes

Italian Sausage, Peppers, and Eggs Skillet
Use either sweet or spicy Italian sausage for this scrambled egg and sausage skillet. Garnish with fresh basil from your garden before serving to a hungry crowd.
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4.5
Italian Sausage Spinach Burger
These burgers are packed full of classic Italian flavors like tomatoes, spices, and salty cheese.This recipe is courtesy of Oprah.
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4.5
Stuffing
Baked Butternut Squash with Italian Sausage Stuffing - a wonderful combination of savory, hearty, & cheesy, w/a hint of sweet from the butternut squash.
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4.5
Sloppy Joe
What’s better than having a few beers and a tasty sloppy joe? This recipe is hearty, filling, and can be made before the tailgate. Make the sloppy joe meat before your leave for the tailgate, put it in Tupperware, and assemble them there.
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4
Paleo Egg Muffin
These easy Paleo egg muffins allow you to prepare everything you need for a delicious breakfast or brunch ahead of time and just bake and serve. Bonus — each person can choose what to include in his or her dish! They're perfect for gameday, kids' sleepovers, and more, and they're less than 100 calories each!
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4
This pizza recipe combines sweet Italian sausage with crisp fennel and a mix of cheeses to make the perfect pizza for any meat lover. 
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4
pizza pockets
Chef Billy Parisi on behalf of ConAgra has created an amazing recipe that is perfect for game day. This recipe is a pizza pocket filled with cheese, pepperoni, and sauce, but the best part about this dish is that it’s shaped like a football.
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4
Cooper's Hawk Gluten Free Country Rigatoni
In honor of National Pasta Month, Cooper's Hawk wants to share a delicious gluten free country rigatoni recipe to launch a new expanded gluten free menu.
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4
Both sausage (in the freezer) and beans (in the pantry) are great bomb shelter foods. Keep them on hand at all times for emergencies, such as daily hunger. If you have access to a butcher, that's the best place to find good sausage; and if you must use chicken, use chicken. Just make sure it's Italian-style. Theoretically the beans serve enough for two; what's left will be delicious the next day (or the day after that), at room temperature. If you cooked an extra sausage, slice it and stir it in with the leftover beans before refrigerating.  Carolynn Carreño is the writer of the weekly column Cooking for One (Two if You're Lucky).
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3.25
Italian Sausage with Balsamic Tomatoes, Arugula, Tomatillos, and Feta
SWAT team hot dogs had me thinking of my favorite summer grilling and baseball game fare — Italian sausage. I decided to take this favorite and put a little twist on it by adding some of my favorite ingredients. I filled the toasted buns with balsamic sautéed tomatoes, lightly heated arugula, chopped tomatillos, and feta, and topped all of this with sweet Italian sausage. The product was a fresher-tasting (without compromising on the sausage) sausage, complete with bun, toppings, and a little bit of kick. My tip: add hot sauce to enhance the flavor and provide some extra spice.  Click here to see 8 Creative Hot Dog Recipes.
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Italian Sausage
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Galley Wench
When in Mexico we have a difficult time finding good italian sausage, so we've learned to make our own. This recipe comes from my Cruising Cuisine cookbook.
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