Lori Yates, author of foxes love lemons and member of the Culinary Content Network, offers her take on a springtime classic.
The sauce for this easy pasta recipe gets a pleasantly nutty background flavor from a secret pantry ingredient…
— Will Budiaman
Satisfy your kale obsession with this delicious pasta recipe from Susan Palmer, member of the Culinary Content Network and author of the blog The Girl in the Little Red Kitchen.
"My mom, who is a great cook, came up with this rich but light tomato and basil summer sauce for pasta that does not offend my red sauce sensibilities. I brought this recipe into adulthood without any changes and I make it with great success for guests and family. "
— The Hungry Goddess
"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."
— Arthur Bovino, Executive Editor
"Healthy pasta is not an easy feat, but this recipe does a pretty good job of fitting the bill. The zest of the lemon with the nutty toasted almond give this dish a subtle but complex flavor that is sure to satisfy."
— Nathan Cyphert, Social Media Manager