Maggiano’s Little Italy specializes in Italian-American cuisine served in a warm and friendly atmosphere. Maggiano’s menu features both classic and contemporary recipes – authentic pastas, signature salads, prime steaks, fresh seafood, regular chef specials and specialty desserts. Maggiano’s 46 locations nationwide offer lunch, dinner, delivery and carryout service. Banquet spaces for special occasions are also available at select restaurants. Maggiano’s is owned and operated by Brinker International, Inc. (NYSE: EAT), one of the world’s leading casual dining restaurant companies, serving more than one million guests daily. Brinker owns or franchises more than 1,600 restaurants in 30 countries and two territories. In addition to Maggiano’s, Brinker owns and operates Chili’s Grill & Bar.

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Country Style Pasta


COUNTRY STYLE PASTA
Maggiano's Little Italy Recipe

8 ounces Strozzapretti Pasta Dry
2 ounces olive oil
3 teaspoons fresh garlic, chopped
8 ounces mild Italian chicken sausage or pork sausage (pre cooked and crumbled into 1/2 inch pieces)
8 ounces broccolini, cut in 1 inch pieces (may be substituted with broccoli)
1 teaspoon calabrian peppers, Chopped (may be substituted with crushed red chili flakes)
2 ounces sundried tomatoes, strips
2 ounces white wine
4 ounces chicken stock, low sodium
2 ounces swiss chard, destemmed and cut into 1 inch pieces
2 ounces whole butter, cut into 1/2 inch pieces
1 ounce Parmesan Cheese

Cook pasta according to the recommended instructions. Drain and reserve prior to making recipe below. Do not cook too far in advance.

In a 16 inch saute pan, heat the olive oil, fresh chopped garlic, and cook over a medium flame until a light golden brown color is achieved. Add the pre cooked sausage to the pan, and heat for 1 minute. Add the broccolini, peppers and sundried tomatoes, and cook for 30 seconds. Immediately add the white wine and reduce for 15 seconds, then add the chicken stock and swiss chard.  Cook for 1 minute. Finish with the butter and parmesan cheese.

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