Pasta...how do we love you? Let us count the ways. Almost 2000 recipes to choose from - luxurious lasagna and baked pasta to quick and easy Alfredo and pesto pastas.
Absolutely delicious spinach and feta lasagne which is quick to make and forgiving on quantities, and you can add other vegetables. Meat eaters will enjoy it too!!
A warm pasta salad with spinach, feta and and black olives. Wilt the spinach by pouring the pasta water over it. I usually serve this warm but it makes a good cold salad as well.
This is my hearty "bowl of comfort" to eat while curled up in front of TV on a winter's evening....and it's so easy to throw together! You could even add mushrooms, eschallots or even spinach for a variation.
Try this meat-free lasagne as a lighter alternative to other traditional versions. It uses instant lasagne sheets, which means it is very quick to assemble.
My Italian grandmother never put cream in her Carbonara sauce when she made it - she said it wasn't the way it was supposed to be made. This is the way.
This is what i grew up with, and still is the best spaghetti bog! We got the recipe off an Italian couple and adapted a few things to make it even better!
Macaroni and cheese is elevated from a side dish to a main with the addition of chicken to this popular family favourite recipe.
This is my favourite throw-together-in-a-few-minutes vegetarian pasta. The sauce is ready by the time the pasta has cooked. You can use any long pasta for this dish which - although it has cream in it - is not thick or heavy. Serve with grated parmesan and add smoked salmon to the individual bowls just before serving for an Omega 3 (but not veggo) hit. Everyone who eats this, leaves the house with the recipe.
Pasta should always be simple and this is a great example. White wine, butter and garlic are used to cook fresh prawns, and then are served over pasta.
This is a quick and easy pasta dish that tastes as good as anything you can get in a restaurant. The family will love it!