Italian Sausage, Green Beans and Pasta Recipe with a $50 Dominicks Gift Card Giveaway #DominicksIntl

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Looking for a tasty new recipe to add to the dinner table? Take it International with the flavors of Dell’ Alpe.  Add a little spice to your life with Italian Sausage, Pasta and to make sure we all get our veggies toss in some green beans. This recipe was a hit at the dinner table with most of the family except my daughter miss picky pants she ate the ingredients but just not mixed together. We took three ingredients that we eat often and put them together to make a tasty recipe that was a crowd pleasure and we found all the ingredients at our local Dominick’s Food store.

4.5 from 4 reviews
Italian Sausage, Green Beans and Pasta
Recipe type: Entree
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Serves: 4-6
Pasta with sliced Italian sausage and cut green beans a delicious meal for the whole family
  • 1 Box of Spaghetti
  • 1 Can of Green beans
  • 6 Italian Sausage (we used Mild)
  • 1 Can of Dell' Alpe Imported Canned Pear Tomatoes
  • Dell' Alpe Parmesan Cheese
  1. Cook Box of Spaghetti according to the directions.
  2. Fry or Bake Italian Sausage until cooked approx. 20- 25 minutes
  3. Slice the Italian Sausage into pieces.
  4. In a sauce pan pour in the container of Dell'Alpe Imported Canned Pear Tomatoes. Squeeze each tomato until liquid or just into smaller piece depending on your preference.
  5. Now Pour the can of green beans in and heat until warm.
  6. Drain the Spaghetti noodles and place a serving on a plate
  7. Combine the sliced sausage with the mixture of peared tomatoes and cut green beans.
  8. Pour over noodles.
  9. Use 1-2 tsp of Dell' Alpe Parmesan Cheese. Sprinkle over the top
  10. Enjoy
I used Italian seasoning and garlic to season the Squeezed peared tomatoes. You may also want to do the same for extra flavoring.


From Ingredients for Mexican Dishes to Chinese Dishes, Italian dishes and more you’ll find International isles at Dominick’s can provided all the ingredients you’ll need to make delicious meals.  We loved the flavors put together with Dell’ Alpe Imported foods from Dominick’s. They tasted very fresh and we can’t wait to make this dish again.

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82 Responses

  1. Amy says:

    I’ll try anything, but I especially love good vinegars. My man has a hot-sauce obsession.

  2. Auri Lae says:

    Does soy sauce count? We don’t use a whole lot but I’d like to explore more!

  3. melina r says:

    we use mexican spices and flavors for our foods

  4. Mari says:

    I use curry and turmeric,

  5. Jenny Sims says:

    We love to try different salsas and hot sauces for Mexican dishes!

  6. Trung Nguyen says:

    I use oyster sauce

  7. Jen Haile says:

    I love cooking mexican and asian foods and use a lot of their products.

  8. Jennifer Rote says:

    We use a lot of international items when cooking. curry, olive oils etc.

  9. candice says:

    I like Thai and Indian foods.

  10. maria alvarado says:

    I like to get Mexican products. I like the hot sauces.

  11. Sometimes I use Asian sauces and Salsa as well.

  12. Sophie S says:

    We use a lot of international ingredients in our everyday cooking because we mostly cook Mexican food. The funny thing is, most of the stuff that is included in the Mexican food aisle are not things that we would ever touch or use in our cooking. Adobo is one thing that we share with everyone though.

  13. cheryl says:

    mexican spices from a local ethnic store

  14. Marcie W. says:

    We love using authentic fish sauce and shirataki noodles in our Asian dishes!

  15. Karen Medlin says:

    I use the Chio Chips

  16. Claire says:

    I like horchata mix.

  17. Margaret Walker says:

    We use curry in a lot of dishes

  18. Donna Marie says:

    I use what I can find locally which is slim pickings. Great recipe