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Homemade Spinach Fettucine with Creamy Artichokes and Chicken Sausage Sauce + Seasonal Recipes for April

Tell me the truth: how many jelly beans and Peeps and chocolate covered Peeps (why haven’t I discovered these earlier in life, by the way?) and Cadbury eggs did you sneak in the last couple of days? I’ll tell you, if you tell me. Truth…

Homemade Spinach Fettucine with Creamy Artichokes and Chicken Sausage Sauce | www.kitchenconfidante.com
Homemade Spinach Fettucine with Creamy Artichokes and Chicken Sausage Sauce + Seasonal Recipes for April

Homemade Spinach Fettucine with Creamy Artichokes and Chicken Sausage Sauce | www.kitchenconfidante.com
Tell me the truth: how many jelly beans and Peeps and chocolate covered Peeps (why haven’t I discovered these earlier in life, by the way?) and Cadbury eggs did you sneak in the last couple of days? I’ll tell you, if you tell me.

Truth is, as I was churning the wheel in spin class this morning, I resolved to myself to hide the candy stash from sight – it’s just too tempting! I’m so relieved that we are through with what I call candy season, for several months. From Halloween to Easter, our house has seen a lot of candy!

Once we get past Easter, I love to take a break, but I do find that I make more homemade sweets, so don’t worry, there will be some baking, my friends.

In the meantime, I want to share something green and wholesome: Homemade Spinach Fettucine with Creamy Artichokes and Chicken Sausage Sauce.

Homemade Spinach Fettucine with Creamy Artichokes and Chicken Sausage Sauce | www.kitchenconfidante.com

Homemade Spinach Fettucine with Creamy Artichokes and Chicken Sausage Sauce | www.kitchenconfidante.com

I always say I should make homemade pasta more often, it’s quite simple, once you get the hang of it. I made long gorgeous strands of homemade spinach fettucine and am sharing the recipe on KitchenAid’s blog, The Kitchenthusiast. There’s something so fulfilling about making pasta from scratch – in this case, 4 ingredients transform into beautiful ribbons of green. But the sauce! I loved this creamy artichoke and chicken sausage sauce – and I think you’ll be surprised to find out what makes it creamy.

Homemade Spinach Fettucine with Creamy Artichokes and Chicken Sausage Sauce | www.kitchenconfidante.com

Please join me and find the recipe for Homemade Spinach Fettucine with Creamy Artichokes and Chicken Sausage Sauce at The Kitchenthusiast by clicking here.

Also, I thought you might enjoy more seasonal inspiration – there are some wonderful #eatseasonal recipes this month curated by my friend Becky at Vintage Mixer. Please check them out here!

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  1. marcie

    I was a little late getting to this one, and oh my, am I impressed! I’ve made homemade pasta a couple of times and need to get on it again. This recipe is inspiring me to do that! I just love your artichoke recipes, Liren!

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  2. Courtney @ The Fig Tree

    I just stumbled across your blog and am completely smitten! What incredible photography! Love all of the recipes too. Cannot wait to try a whole bunch. Have a lovely weekend. :)

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  3. Monet

    Fresh pasta makes me sing! I am not usually a big pasta girl…unless it’s been freshly made…then I can’t get enough! This looks just delicious, my friend! Thank you for sharing!

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  4. Sarah Popper

    That is some yummy pasta ;) Must try it .. I simply love it when it’s green; it reminds me of health and it’s benefits ;)

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  5. Gina

    I can honestly say I haven’t had even one piece of Easter candy, he he, but only because I don’t make the girls baskets anymore because the are too big. I haven’t been wanting that attachment for awhile, I’m thinking I may pick it up if they have it again at Costco. I wish you were closer, I would have come to your house for dinner. Hope you and the family had a wonderful Easter.
    -Gina-

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  6. Becky

    Okay, this pasta looks amazing and I just found the answer to my question. I guess I need to get the kitchen aid attachment. I’ve been making pasta by hand but would love an upgrade to make in more thin and professional.

    Everything about this dish is divine!

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  7. Christina @ but i'm hungry

    This looks like one of those that I like to refer to as a “Dare you not to like it” recipe. I mean, really… how can something with those ingredients possibly not be fantastic? It even gives me the courage to finally suck it up and try making homemade pasta- something I still can’t believe I’ve never done.

    And I don’t even really love sweets, but I found myself sneaking a piece as I stuffed each of the little plastic eggs for my son… and yeah… I filled a lot of eggs. Bring on the spinach! ;)

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