Top Rated Rigatoni Recipes

Mezze Rigatoni Recipe
This light and refreshing mezze rigatoni recipe from Nancy Harmon Jenkins’ and Sara Jenkins’ cookbook, The Four Seasons of Pasta, includes fresh swordfish, olive oil, tomatoes, and olives. 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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Baked Rigatoni
Baked Rigatoni... a great pasta dish for any time of the year!
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This classic Italian recipe is easy and fast to make, and delivers the authentic tastes of Pasty's restaurant in New York City right to your dinner table.
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Speedy Sausage Rigatoni
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This recipe comes from the Campbell’s Kitchen MealsIn30.com. Just 4 ingredients combine for a simple skillet dish that’s loaded with fabulous flavor. Sautéed sweet Italian sausage and sliced zucchini combine with portobello mushroom soup and cooked pasta for a delicious meal that’s an absolute winner! Click Here to See More Sausage Recipes
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An Italian sauce hailing from the city of Rome, amatriciana is a traditional pasta sauce based on the use of pork, Pecorino cheese, and tomatoes. This recipe uses a little pancetta and adds aromatics like garlic, red pepper flakes, and basil to make it an incredibly flavorful but easy dish to make. 
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Rigatoni with Swordfish, Tomato, and Eggplant Fries
The first time my wife Megan and I went to Rome together was in 2007. We ate pasta for three days straight. On our last night, we swore there would be no pasta. We went to a fish restaurant named Pierluigi to seal the deal. They had a beautiful display of fresh fish on ice, and we picked our fish for the mixed grill and waited. As we were talking at the table, the waiter brought over a pasta dish with swordfish and eggplant fries on top — still in the pan. He placed it in the middle of the table and gave us each a dish. "Excuse me, but we didn't order this," I said to him. He looked at us and said, "You need to start your meal with something. You can't just have the fish." So we started eating the pasta anyway. We didn't stop eating it until we were fighting over the last bite. It was the best pasta dish of the entire trip. When I got home, I started experimenting immediately. Click here to see 15 Easy Fish Recipes for Summer.  
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Cooper's Hawk Gluten Free Country Rigatoni
In honor of National Pasta Month, Cooper's Hawk wants to share a delicious gluten free country rigatoni recipe to launch a new expanded gluten free menu.
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For a hearty hoilday meal, try this flavorful chestnut pasta with tender braised veal and vegetables.  For more recipes, visit Justmarriedandcooking.com
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Baked Rigatoni al Telefono with Smoked Mozzarella
Got kids (or adults) who won’t eat eggplant/aubergine? I do, but they eat this because it’s fun, not to mention delicious. Just about every bite contains long, stringy stretches of gooey smoked cheese (the recipe name refers back to the days of telephones with long cords — remember those?). The best time to make this southern Italian–inspired dish is in mid to late summer, when eggplants/aubergines are in abundance at farmers’ markets and you can take your pick of the younger ones — firm, fleshy, and no bitter juices. 
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rigatoni
Chef Matt Abdoo of Pig Bleeker restaurant in New York City has the best of both worlds — he's half Italian and half Lebanese. He has all the best flavor combinations up his chef's sleeve! This version of one of his favorite recipes is a great way to enhance your pasta game with only a little extra effort. 
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Rigatoni with Tuscan Kale, Black Trumpet Mushrooms, and Sausage
OK, I’ll admit, I was inspired to make this because black trumpet mushrooms were on sale. But, you can definitely make this with whatever mushrooms you like or have on hand and it would be just as good. The same thing goes for the pasta — any shape you can poke with a fork will do nicely — I just happen to like rigatoni. The Kale gives this dish a warm rustic feel.  I’m no nonna, but here are the things that I think really matter: Brown the sausage well, be nice to the mushrooms, don't overcook the pasta, and season as you go. Enjoy! Click here to see The Best Kale Recipes You've Ever Tried. 
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Pasta alla Norma
Pasta alla Norma... one of the most authenthic dishes from the Sicilian Cuisine.
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