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This recipe was a creation of opportunity – mainly meaning that I had a lot of leftovers and I wanted to create something that would be a change of pace for the family. And sometimes those types of cooking experiments don’t work – but this one worked well. Very, very, very well. So much so that I wanted to share it – and what’s great about this recipe is that you can make it what you want.

Smoked Sausage & Bacon Baked Penne Recipe

Ingredients:

  • Chopped smoked sausage (1-2 links) (cooked)
  • 3-4 pieces of bacon (cooked) – diced
  • ½ box of penne – cooked al dente
  • (1) jar of pre-made pasta sauce
  • 4-5 slices of provolone (sliced and chopped)
  • ½ bag of mozzarella
  • ½ bag of pizza blend cheese
  • ¼ cup of Parmesan cheese (grated)

Directions:

  • Egg Setup: You’ll need a plate setter for the 2nd half of this recipe – or a 2nd egg J. For the first half of the cook – set up the egg for direct cooking, with the cast iron pan on the grid. Target temperature is 350 for both the direct and indirect portions of the cook
  • Step 1: Sauté the sausage and bacon in the cast iron pan until the sausage is warmed through and everything starts getting a little crispy.
  • Step 2: Remove the sausage/bacon combo from the heat and mix in with the pre-cooked pasta. While that is happening, remove your grid, put the plate setter into the egg and replace the grid so that you are now set up to cook indirect.
  • Step 3: While the egg is coming back up to temperature (targeting 350 indirect), mix the sausage, pasta, sauce & the majority of the cheese together (save some cheese for topping).
  • Step 4: Put the pasta mixture back into the cast iron pan and then top with the remaining cheese
  • Step 5: Bake on the egg (indirect) for about 15-20 minutes, until the cheese is melted and starting to brown on top.
  • That’s it – super simple and tasty!

This is a great dish to prepare ahead of time for a party or event – but the leftovers are also great for lunches and weeknight dinners.

Smoked Baked Penne Pasta Gallery

  • Sausage Penne Prep
  • Crisping up Smoked Sausage
  • Sausage Penne Prep Assembly
  • Adding sauce to the penne
  • Miz everything together
  • Baked Penne getting melty

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