Top Rated Pasta Recipes

Full of Mediterranean flavors from the feta, fresh tomatoes and basil, this dish rivals the grilled chicken pasta salad at your favorite restaurant.
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Two-Ingredient Pasta Dough
Fresh pasta is really easy to make by hand, even if you don’t have a pasta machine. Make this two-ingredient pasta dough and serve with tomato sauce or simply toss with some good-quality olive oil and freshly grated Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese.Click here to watch how to make fresh pasta dough.
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Saffron Shrimp Pasta
The name sounds fancy, but this saffron shrimp pasta can be made for any meal and any occaision. Feel free to substitute any pasta you have available too!This recipe comes courtesy of HomeFarmer.com.
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This recipe makes pasta salad even more perfect for entertaining, serving it on handheld skewers. The folks from TheEntertainingShoppe.com chose to include cheese-filled tortellinis to make it extra flavorful. Click here to see 10 Best Summer Pasta Salad Recipes
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Greek Salad “Pasta”
Faux "pasta" made from vegetables isn’t a new thing, of course. You’ve probably seen a cooked zucchini "pasta" tossed with sauce on a food blog or restaurant menu somewhere. But I haven’t seen this one before. Thinly sliced cucumber "pasta" would be dressed with a cool "sauce" made with yogurt and feta. Red onions are chopped fine and tossed with tomato. Some lemon juice, a little patience with the mandoline, and hey, it’s pretty easy, it works, it’s a little different, kind of fun, is less than 10 ingredients and a half an hour, and still has the same flavors but provides a little wow factor. Now, instead of spoonfuls or forkfuls laden with chopped salad, you twirl your fork around thin strips of cool cucumber and look around for a piece of pita to pull a scarpetta. A little grilled chicken, shrimp, lamb, or vegetables, and hey, you’re set. Plus, this recipe finally addresses that question you always ask yourself: What are you supposed to do with that liquid your block of feta cheese comes in? The answer? Use it! Click here to see 7 Healthy Pasta Recipes That Won't Destroy Your Waistline.  
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pasta e ceci
National Pasta Association takes a clever twist on this “pasta and chickpea” classic by incorporating hummus. Try a flavored a hummus to give your dish an extra kick of flavor.This recipe is provided by the National Pasta Association.
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Today’s baked pasta recipe is one of my mum’s signature dishes. The original recipe came from an Egyptian friend mum met while dad was working abroad, but mum changed and added so much to the recipe (and she is still adding to it and changing it) that I think the recipe I am sharing today would probably have little to do with that original. The secret to this baked pasta recipe is the sauce. It is a modified béchamel sauce that takes the recipe to the next level. Not only is it pink as opposed to the traditional white but also it is so rich and full of flavor that you will want to eat it with a spoon. See all pasta recipes.
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This is a great pasta salad that includes cooked chicken or turkey along with other vegetables and white beans. Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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Savory feta, sun-dried tomato dressing and fresh cherry tomatoes bring old-world flavor to this easy yet impressive pasta salad.
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Pasta al Forno
Casserole might not be the first thing to come to mind when it comes to good eats, but there's a special place in people's hearts for pasta al forno. It's probably all the melted mozzarella and pecorino. How can anything with this much cheese be anything but a home run?
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Spicy Coconut Curry Pasta
This one's got an extra kick to it. I used coconut milk and curry powder for a dairy-free creamy sauce that coats the pasta and then I spiced it on up with a lil' crushed red pepper, sweetened it with grapes and coconut flakes, and topped it off with a bright orange bell pepper. See all curry recipes.
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Swiss Chard Lemon Pasta
Fall reminds me of my high school soccer days when we had pasta parties every week before our games at a different home. So, I thought it'd be fun to relive those days, but with a little twist — sans soccer and gluten. Because we all need a lil' pasta in our lives. Don't you think? I mean, who doesn't love a hearty pasta dish when the weather starts to get a bit cooler and the leaves start to turn? It's that time of the year to pack up our gardens and pour the last of the fresh herbs into autumn dishes. See all Swiss chard recipes. Click here to see 15 Easy 15-Minute Pasta Recipes.
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