Top Rated Pasta Recipes

Pasta With Tuna and Tomato Cream Sauce
Make this pasta dish to feed the kids on those busy evenings. Swap the regular spaghetti for whole-wheat for an even healthier meal.This recipe is courtesy of Maya Kitchenette.
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Pasta with Cauliflower Recipe
This pasta with cauliflower recipe from Nancy Harmon Jenkins’ and Sara Jenkins’ cookbook, The Four Seasons of Pasta, is made with Romanesco cauliflower, freshly ground black pepper, and anchovies for a deeply flavorful, textured pasta.Reprinted by arrangement with Avery Books, a member of Penguin Group (USA) LLC, A Penguin Random House Company. Copyright © Nancy Harmon Jenkins and Sara Jenkins, 2015.
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I was at our local fish store to pick up salmon but spotted perfect ahi tuna. I came home and mixed together the perfect seasonings. My husband wanted a little pasta so I pulled out half a red pepper, half a container of mini-roma tomatoes, and a zucchini. This was a great dinner for my hubby and I. If you are following a Paleo diet or are gluten-free, you can substitute pasta for spaghetti squash, gluten-free pasta, or even zucchini noodles. Be creative! Click here to see more recipes on Cindy's Table.
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Try incorporating pumpkin and cranberries into an easy pasta dish to use leftover turkey. 
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This simple hot pot garden pasta is perfect for the weekend when you're cleaning out your dorm refrigerator. You can toss in almost any vegetable to complement this dish.
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Fusilli
Fr this Italian side try substituting the mozzarella with a fresh goat cheese or ricotta. You can also serve this hearty pasta salad warm.
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Italian Pasta Salad with Balsamic Vinegar
You can make this simple Italian pasta in fewer than 30 minutes, and the presentation is super trendy — thanks to Mason jars. The jars make it easy to bring this pasta along to picnics and outdoor events, so start planning your next outing now.
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Healthy One Pan Salmon Dinners You Have Try
This simple salmon pasta can be made in one pan. You can modify the ingredients to your liking, but the general cooking instructions will remain the same.
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This recipe packs a lot of flavor, with pesto and feta cheese, and it's also a healthy meal, made with whole-wheat pasta and chicken.  Click here to see 10 Best Summer Pasta Salad Recipes
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Pasta Carbonara is probably one of the most popular Italian recipes. Its origin is not clear but probably it was born in Rome after the second World Word when the Anglo-American soldiers introduced bacon in Italy. Now it is eaten and cooked in all the cities of Italy and everyone has its own recipe. In fact, there are a lot of versions of the Pasta Carbonara’s recipe but the ingredients are always the same: pasta, eggs, cheese (Pecorino or Parmigiano Reggiano) and sliced cold cuts (generally bacon). The most used type of pasta for Pasta Carbonara is surely spaghetti but also other types of pasta like penne or fusilli can be used.   Ingredients for 2 persons -200 grams of pasta; -100 grams of sliced bacon; -2 eggs; -olive oil; -50 grams of Parmigiano Reggiano or Pecorino; -pepper. Pasta, eggs, pepper and bacon can be easily bought in grocery stores. Pecorino and Parmigiano Reggiano can be found in specialized shops or online (here are grouped the best deals available on the online marketplaces for food and beverages: http://www.oshopy.com/Home-and-Garden/Foods-and-Beverages/). Instructions Cooking Pasta Carbonara is very simple. Firstly, you have to boil the pasta. While the pasta is cooking, in a pan you have to heat olive oil and then to toast the bacon inside. In a small bowl whisk one whole egg, one yolk, a little salt and cheese since it has become homogeneous. When pasta is boiled, you have to add to it the sauce previously created and bacon, mix it, add pepper and then Pasta Carbonara is ready!   This is a light version of Carbonara. In fact, it is possible to use two whole eggs or to add soul cream in order to create a more creamy sauce. Bacon can be replaced by speck, ham or other sliced cold cuts. You can add parsley, salt, olive oil or decorations as you prefer.   Enjoy your meal!
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Gluten-free Pasta
When you find out you cannot eat gluten, one of the first foods you worry about living without is pasta. There’s a certain mourning involved, imagining a trip to Italy without a mound of fresh fettuccine. Guess what? The Italians make great gluten-free pasta, since many of their citizens have celiac sprue. You can buy a package of gluten-free pasta at the farmacia and take it to the best restaurant in town, where they will make the pasta of the day for you. When we first started making pasta, we tried our favorite gluten pasta recipes with gluten-free flours, without much success. It took us about fifteen different recipes and wranglings with flour combinations before we figured out the right ratio of flours to liquids. Now, at least once a week, when we want a quick meal, we pull out flours and make homemade pasta. Adapted from the "Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef" by Shauna James Ahern and Daniel Ahern. Click here to see the Gluten-Free Pasta with Anchovies, Lemons and Olives recipe.
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Gluten-Free Fiesta Pasta Salad
This Gluten-Free Fiesta Pasta Salad is super easy to make at home; you just need to prepare some vegetables and have gluten-free pasta on hand. So, go ahead and whip up this fun pasta salad. Click here to see 15 Easy 15-Minute Pasta Recipes.
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