I tried with the recipe they give in pockets. But I never felt tasty. Can anybody share pasta with veg recipe?
Cook the pasta according to the instructions. Drain the water. Add oil, vegetables, and seasoning to the pot. Continue heating until vegetables are cooked how you want them. You might start with olive oil, mushrooms, squash, and garlic.
Boil the noodles with salt. Throw a noodle up onto the ceiling, and if it sticks they are done. Next get a pan, olive oil, fried tomato, eggplant, basil, and garlic. Throw on some fresh grated Parmesan and your set.
...love a creamy sauce with noodles and veggies (and fresh noodles are my fav - one day i'll take the time to figure out how to make them)
Mixing any kind of cream soup like cream of mushroom and then adding peas and carrots is really good.
One of my favorites is: Boil spaghetti, fry some stir fry veggies. Then heat a little sesame oil in a pan, once hot add spaghetti and veggie. Add some soy sauce to make it brown. You can even put chicken in it to make it like chicken low mein. It is really good. I actually put a lot of sesame oil, but you do not have to.
hope I can help you with that, my pasta recipes no meat are simple and quick to prepare
I gently stir-fry veggies while my pasta boils in another pot. When the pasta is almost done, I drain it and then toss it in the pan with the veggies to finish and soak up flavor.
One of my fave quick and easy pasta recipes is to defrost frozen spinach (don't drain it) and stir it into cooked pasta with some wedges of Laughing Cow cheese. Reheat and stir until all is well blended. This makes a low calorie, low fat, mock Pasta Alfredo.
I have a hub on how to make pasta sauce from fresh or tinned tomatoes you can use the basic sauce recipe with any vegetables you like.
The recipe is suitable for vegetarians as long as you do not serve it with Parmesan cheese, vegetarians would need a substitute cheese because of the rennet in the Italian cheese.
It explains about the pasta needing to be al dente too.
by CWanamaker 6 years ago
How do you keep pasta from clumping and sticking together??
by nikki1 8 years ago
Thoughts.. And, how can u all make it even healthier?
by Ana Maria Orantes 5 years ago
What foods are good to eat less than two Dollares.?I like pasta. Any soup is good if you add Liptom soup. A small envelope of chicken or beef flavor with your favorite vegetables is a delight.
by Susan Zutautas 6 years ago
When adding pasta to homemade soup do you recommend cooking the pasta first?
by Susan Britton 6 years ago
Do you have a special way to make pasta on Spaghetti Night at your house? I am looking for quick and easy ways to enhance pasta dishes. Last week I roasted lemon slices on a tray in the oven. Then I squeezed the juice out of them and added the roasted lemons also to olive oil,salt and pepper and...
by Lisa Brown 5 years ago
What is your favorite way to eat squash?
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