>Kitchen Sink Pasta

>While quick and easy might be the theme, saving money is the goal. So, tonight I wanted something that was not only easy, but also available without a trip to the store. In this house, that inevitably means Mexican food, but I also wanted to use the tomato sauce that was slowly aging in the fridge and the pounds and pounds of pasta spilling out of the cupboard. So, I came up with this: some kind of mexican-y pasta. (That was kind of anticlimactic.)

1 cup tomato sauce
1 cup roasted salsa
1/2 tsp. garlic powder
1/2 tsp. cumin
A couple dashes of Cholula (or another hot sauce)

Combine in sauce pan and heat on low for 10-15 minutes.
“The Meat”:
2 cloves garlic, minced
1/2 package frozen pepper/onion mix
2 handfuls frozen sweet corn
2 vegan sausages, torn into big chunks
1 package of pasta (cooked according to directions)

Saute pepper/onion mix and corn in a small amount of oil until water evaporates. Add garlic and sausages. Cook until the sausage gets a little crispy. Add cooked pasta to the sauce. Serve pasta topped with veggie/sausage mixture. It helps if you can eat it on your porch in 70 degree weather. I’m just saying…

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2 Responses to >Kitchen Sink Pasta

  1. veganboyjosh says:

    >kudos on the first porchdinner in the palace.

  2. veganboyjosh says:

    >i just remembered i get to eat this for lunch.brilliant.

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