This sautéed shrimp dish is a great meal to prepare together with your kids, friends, or spouse. The beautiful colors and flavors make this a perfect lunch or dinner.Click here to see more recipes on Cindy's Table.
Even if you're like me and can barely suppress an eye roll at the mention of words like "healthy grains," I guarantee that you'll like spelt — and specifically spelt pasta. It legitimately tastes like the real thing — none of that dense, chewy texture you get with other alternative grains. And while I'm not 100 percent sure I'm justified in feeling a lot less guilty about eating pasta when it's made with spelt, I definitely do, which is a real bonus.
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When you have the best ingredients of the season on hand, in this case, ripe summer cherry tomatoes and zucchini blossoms, you really don't want to mess with them too much. And especially in the summer, nobody wants to have their stove or oven going if they can avoid it, and if it's really necessary to turn it on, only ever so briefly. That was the thinking behind this recipe, and minimizing the cooking time preserves the natural flavor of the tomatoes as much as possible.
The sauce will be thin but flavorful; make sure to use a high-quality extra-virgin olive oil because its flavor will really come through, and to use good-quality pasta with a coarse texture that will really absorb the sauce — look for pastas made with a bronze die.
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Pesto is one of those amazing condiments in cooking because of the diverse amount of ingredients you can use to make it. Chef Lorenzo Boni of Barilla uses arugula instead of basil in this recipe to give the pesto a sharp bite. A subtle marinara sauce paired with the pesto and whole-grain pasta make these recipe flavorful and good for you, too.
Dana Kinz of To Cheese or Not to Cheese shares with us one of her favorite summer recipes: Lemon Asparagus Penne. Tossed with some roasted vegetables and freshly grated Parmesan cheese, it's a quick weeknight dish that's tasty and easy to make.See all pasta recipes.
If you love BLT sandwiches, then you'll really love this pasta version. To make this truly unique, we created a blue cheese-buttermilk dressing that you can modify to your tastes depending on the type of blue cheese you pick — fruity, creamy, spicy, or salty.
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.
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This is so delicious and very easy to prepare! It is one of my favorite pasta dishes. The combination of the zesty Gorgonzola pairs perfectly with a little sweetness from honey. Give this a try - you will love it!