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Orecchiette with Chicken Sausage and Broccoli Rabe

We cut calories in this Italian dish by reducing the amount of pasta, but bumped up the flavor by using extra-virgin olive oil, vinegar, and a generous amount of broccoli rabe.

Source: Everyday Food, January/February 2007
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Broccoli rabe is a slightly bitter-tasting cousin to cabbage and is a good match for Italian recipes, especially pasta. Quickly boiling it tones down its bite without losing many nutrients.

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  • Emily C
    8 OCT, 2013
    Delicious but after reading other reviews I modified the recipe as well. I used fresh ground turkey sausage and chicken stock instead of vinegar. I also stirred in some fresh Parmesan. Will definitely make again
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