I ate a similar recipe at a Beefeater Grill restaurant. Was so good and I wanted to make it for myself. After a bit of trial and error, I think I made an acceptable version of it. If you like it hot, add more chilli. If you don't, add less or none at all. This is a firm favourite with my family and the flavours all come together and make it nice. The smoky chorizo (which is a pork sausage so non-pork eaters are aware) and the sweetness of the sauce mix very well.
This recipe serves five. Or three very hungry people. Adjust what you need as necessary and do enjoy it.
very tasty. I made half the quantity using the remains of a cooked turkey breast and 1/4tsp chilli as we like hot. So I first fried chorizo and added the diced turkey. I put that on one side and cooked onion in the same pan and added the rest of ingredients as instructed whilst pasta cooked. Very easy and quick. - 19 Sep 2016
Great meal,thanks. I added fresh basil & baby spinach for added nutrition & to reduce the amount of pasta I ate (bad carb lol). I will def make again. - 03 Mar 2016