Top Rated Pasta Recipes

No summer cookout is complete without pasta salad, and this recipe is one to boot. In just 15 minutes you'll have a cold dish that your guests will love. Recipe courtesy of Hood
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Tuscan pasta
Seasonal vegetables, chunky tomato sauce and linguine collide in this zesty weeknight dinner. Courtesy of McCormick
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4.5
Tomato Florentine Pasta Bake
Penne makes for a quicker pasta bake than the traditional lasagna, all while packing a similar flavor punch. Courtesy of McCormick
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4.5
If you're planning to do a bit of meal prep before the holiday season, this recipe for stuffed jumbo pasta shells is perfect to make ahead of time and freeze. Recipe courtesy of Nitra Ladies Auxiliary, provided by Kosher.com
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4.5
Supreme Pasta Salad
Making Supreme Pasta Salad is super easy with this recipe. Grab your favorite pasta, whether it's penne, rotini or fusilli, and add vegetables like broccoli, carrots, bell peppers and tomatoes. Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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4.5
While you likely won't find this at the best Italian restaurants in America, playtime pasta is great for kids ages three to six. They can make necklaces, art and more. This recipe is courtesy of McCormick. 
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This pasta is tossed with crisp-tender vegetables, Grana Padano cheese, and a garlic infused sauce. Grana Padano's rich flavor and flaky texture make it the perfect choice for this dish! Recipe courtesy of A Mind Full Mom. 
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pasta salad
This recipe is courtesy of The Daily Meal Staff
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4
Easy Pasta Skillet
Why reach for pre-packaged meal kits on the grocery shelf, when you can prepare a hearty, homemade pasta dish right in your own kitchen? Using ingredients you typically have on hand, this easy, one skillet meal is about to become a new family favorite.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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This pasta salad recipe is perfect for a picnic or outdoor gathering. Bring it to a large barbecue to feed and please a large crowd. Just don't tell them about the secret (but flavor-boosting) ingredient.  Click here to see more picnic recipes
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Nothing warms the soul better than a bowl of hearty, hot soup. In our homes, that usually means pasta e fagioli. Translating to pasta and beans, this robust dish is ideal for a one-pot dinner, with some crusty bread for dipping. The richness of the plum tomato paired with the weighty cannellini beans makes for a nice base. 
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Pasta Puttanesca
I can already hear the naysayers asking, "Why isn't your sauce red?" Despite being aesthetically challenged, this pasta dish is delicious, I assure you. I used some particularly ripe black olives that ended up giving the sauce a deep, rich flavor and also gave it a forebodingly inky color that, admittedly, gave me a bit of pause at first. However, one bite and I was sold — the sauce coated the pasta perfectly and had a nice balance of flavors. Briny capers, tangy fresh tomatoes, herbaceous parsley, and a slight bitter finish from the olives — perfection. Your sauce will be redder than mine, though, if you're using different (or less ripe) olives. I used Gaeta, a popular table olive in Spain. Feel free to get creative. Oh, one more thing: I'd go easy on the salt because there's plenty already from the capers and olives. Click here to see Fast and Furious Dinner Recipes — 20 Minutes or Less.
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