Cindy Kerschner, a lifestyle blogger and freelance writer has featured Urbangrains’ Trahana Pasta on her blog, Cindy’s Recipes and Writings.

With the main title  “How important is it to you to know where your food originates?” Cindy created a fantastic recipe using skillet Chicken sausage  and Trahanas pasta!

They suggest you can have it as a “porridge-like” soup, which is a popular way to eat Trahanas. You can try it as risotto or create your own recipe.

I decided to try using Trahanas in a skillet casserole in place of rice. Spicy chicken sausage, tomatoes and feta brought out the subtle flavors of Trahanas.


To read her recipe and leave a comment, visit her blog here: 

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