Bring some new variety to your weeknights.
Feeling like you’re in a weeknight meal rut? We’ve all been there, and this list of sausage dinner ideas is the delicious solution to your struggle. If you’re tired of the same old weeknight meal rotation, it may be time to work some more sausage into the mix. These sausage recipes offer inspiration for satisfying, flavorful, and hearty dinners. Switch up your routine and make a sausage dinner tonight!
There are few things more comforting on a cold evening than a hearty stew simmering on the stove. Here, the flavors of smoked sausage, thyme, garlic, and seasonal vegetables are combined and then cooked low and slow all day. The flavors come together just in time for dinner.
This biscuit crust pizza with eggs, cheese, and a hearty sausage gravy is a perfect idea for a sausage dinner idea the entire family can share. Bisquick baking mix makes the crust simple to prepare.
Barley and sausage come together in this hearty casserole that's perfect for cold weather nights. Mushrooms, tomatoes, peppers, olives, and basil add earthy flavors and texture to the dish. Top the whole thing off with melty mozzarella cheese.
This one-pan skillet dinner is packed with bold flavors. With a hearty rice and bean base, this savory sausage dinner is combined with corn, tomatoes, warm spices, and cheese. Top the skillet with chopped cilantro for added flavors.
Bitter broccolini, chicken sausage, and orzo pasta are a dream combination in this skillet dinner. To keep cleanup to a minimum, the orzo is boiled until tender in the same pan the sausage was cooked in. It's then combined with the remaining ingredients for a comforting skillet dinner.
Looking for a quick sausage dinner that's a complete meal in one pot? This cream-sauced pasta toss is filled with pork or chicken sausage, peas, rigatoni pasta, and the flavors of basil and Parmesan.
Shrimp and crab are classically seasoned with Old Bay Seasoning and then boiled, along with potatoes, corn, and sausage until tender. Serve this seafood and sausage boil with lemon wedges, fresh parsley, and a creamy garlic mayonnaise.
Breakfast for dinner? Yes please! This breakfast pizza made with sausage, mushrooms, scrambled eggs, and cheese is a simple yet satisfying way to enjoy the combination of flavors. Prepared dough cuts one major step, so you can have dinner ready to eat in just a few minutes.
This one-dish dinner bake offers a taste of Jamaican cuisine, made with spiced sweet potatoes, sausage, and black beans. All you have to do is combine the ingredients in a 3-quart dish before baking for just 15 minutes. Sprinkle the dish with green onions and cilantro, and garnish with lime wedges for serving.
This mac and cheese recipe combines al dente rigatoni, pork sausage, salsa, cheese, and more for comforting meal the entire family can enjoy, whether it’s a holiday gathering or a weeknight dinner.
Sometimes, a warm bowl of soup just hits the spot at dinner time. Simmer spicy Italian sausage with flavorful bell peppers, cannellini beans, and tomatoes in chicken broth. Add flavor to this sausage soup recipe by sprinkling each serving with Parmesan cheese.
On any given day of the week, you can’t go wrong with a sheet pan meal! Use a combination of sweet and spicy sausages for different flavors, and bake them on a sheet pan with hearty potatoes, tender cabbage, and fresh herbs until ready for devouring!
Grab the casserole dish and master the thick, chewy pizza crust that is a trademark of Detroit-Style Pizza. This pizza, baked in a 9x13-inch casserole dish, is topped with sautéed sausage and mushrooms. Each slice is packed with a melty mozzarella and Provolone cheese combo.
Manicotti is a traditional Italian comfort meal. Tender pockets of pasta are stuffed to the brim with a cheesy ricotta filling, and then smothered in red meat sauce or creamy Parmesan sauce. The dish is then finished with a generous layer of shredded mozzarella before baking to bubbly goodness.
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