World's Best Pesto Pasta Recipe
1 lb. pasta -- whichever kind you like. Sometimes I use linguini, other times corkscrew or elbow
pot full of water
2 tbsp. salt
4 cubes of freezer pesto (or more, or less, depending on your taste)
Parmesan or Romano cheese, freshly grated
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How To Make Pesto Pasta
Bring a pot of water to the boil, then add in your salt. Put in your pasta and cook according to package directions.
Strain the pasta into a large dish.
Pour off the water from your pot and replace it on the stove burner. Reduce heat to low.
Add your pesto cubes, a half cup of water, and a two tablespoons of olive oil. Heat until the pesto cubes have melted. Stir the sauce to incorporate.
Add in your pasta and gently stir till all has been covered with pesto. Grate in extra cheese, put in some black pepper, and... voila!
You have a quick, delicious, wholesome meal made from scratch.
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