What to Make for Dinner With Cheap Turkey Breakfast Sausage? Pumpkin Ravioli
Yes, I know, making ravioli with breakfast sausage sounds weird, but it works. The breakfast sausage--the kind that comes in a roll--is inexpensive, relatively low in fat, and it's well seasoned, meaning that you have fewer ingredients to add to the recipe. The mixture cooks on top of the stove, and you can have it ready to eat in about 30 minutes. A can of pumpkin provides body and texture as well as flavor to the sauce, and frozen cheese ravioli ensure that you an get dinner on the table fast. How does the ravioli taste? It's good! A little sweet, a little savory, smooth, and cheesy. The ravioli dish doesn't need much to accompany it. A salad and some bread would make a great meal, even for company. Enjoy!