Addicted to Pasta
Addicted to pasta? So are we. Here are 5 pasta recipes that will satisfy even the most crazed addict.
Every home cook must learn how to make homemade pasta. After all, it requires very few ingredients, very little time (and effort), and can be kept in the freezer for months. Roll it out to make spaghetti, fettuccine, pappardelle, farfalle or ravioli--literally any type of pasta that you can dream of, it can be made with our basic homemade pasta recipe.
2. Cacio e Pepe
Although Cacio e Pepe calls for very few ingredients, the process of combining the ingredients makes this Roman staple somewhat of a challenge. Have no fear. With our fool-proof method, you’ll be mastering Cacio e pepe in no time.
3. Ramp Pesto
With the resemblance of a scallion and the bite of garlic, ramps are the more adventurous older brother of the spring onion. They’re only in season for a couple months, so when you see them, be sure to grab them because these guys make THE BEST PESTO EVER.
This next recipe is a perfect example of how you can balance an otherwise carb-heavy dish, like ravioli, with some nutrients! The not-so-secret formula? Ravioli + spinach + garlic = a seamlessly delicious (and healthy) dish.
Craving pasta and not the calories? We’ve got a recipe just for you: spaghetti squash with brussel sprout petals. Spaghetti squash has become the all-star of healthy, clean eating. It’s jam-packed with a ton of nutrients, like fiber and vitamin C, tastes pretty darn good, and easy to transform into noodles of spaghetti without any culinary expertise. With the addition of the perfectly crisp brussel sprout, this superfood dish is a crowd pleaser.