How many times have you lost half your cheese when cutting into a hot-out-of-the-oven lasagna? Here's an easy way to keep those toppings on.
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Didn't think a classic lasagna could be improved upon? Here's a new way to assemble your lasagnas that help hold their shape better and give more structure to the pasta dish.
Stuffed pastas can be a pain to make — trying to get a soft, cheesy filling into a manicotti or cannelloni tube can be messy and frustrating! Here's a simple, less-mess way to fill pastas.
Do you get frustrated trying to cut noodle-style dumplings? If so, check out this tip.
Getting all of the tomato paste out of the can proves to be tricky, well not anymore with this slick trick!
This fool-proof tip makes cooking pasta a cinch every time. Keep this tip on hand for pasta night.
If pasta salad is on the menu, use this simple tip for chilling the pasta fast so you can get to partying.
Rice noodles can be easy to overcook, but it's easy to make sure they come out perfect. The key is not to actually boil them.
Manicotti tubes can be difficult to fill, but with lasagna sheets, this delicious stuffed pasta has never been simpler!
Homemade cavatelli is possible with just six easy steps (including making pasta dough from scratch!). Here's how to make homemade cavatelli without a machine.
Pasta is typically thought of as a quick dinner, but only if you buy jarred sauce, right? Not so. This pasta dish, with homemade sausage ragu, can be made within 30 minutes and is satisfying to boot. Serve this hearty pasta with a simple garlic bread made from ciabatta rolls. It doesn’t get any better than this!
Woodsy and nutty, this unique sage and walnut pesto is the star of this dish. The pasta and sweet potatoes play perfectly with the sauce — it’s so flavorful and comforting, it’ll tickle you down to your toes. You may want to consider making extra to keep on hand for any time you’ve got a craving for it.
There’s a reason BLT’s are loved by everyone. But when you’re looking for something a little more creative, this twist on the classic sandwich delivers. Simply substitute pasta for bread, and spinach for lettuce, then throw in quick-cooking shrimp to add more protein, and dinner is on the table.
Full of fresh flavors and simple to prepare, this Creamy Swiss Chard Pappardelle with bacon bread crumbs is an easy weeknight pasta, welcome on your dinner table any night of the week.
Pasta salad is a universal favorite at get-togethers, but this one is based on the hearty Tuscan soup minestrone. It’s packed full of a pipe-shaped pasta called pipette, crunchy summer veggies, and Parmesan cheese, then tossed with a zingy Italian vinaigrette. If you can’t find the pipette, use a medium shell pasta instead.
Power bowls are a great way to get your nutrition all in one place. Composed of proteins, grains, fruits, and vegetables, they’re a springboard for ideas, and a chance to let your imagination run wild. Give the timeless cantaloupe and prosciutto pairing a flavor (and face) lift with these creative melon bowls. This Cantaloupe & Pasta Bowl combines fruit and pasta in the most refreshing way. With its high concentration of beta-carotene, cantaloupe is an excellent source of vitamin A. And to offset the sweetness, prosciutto adds the perfect amount of salt.
With a freshly made green sauce and white fish, this is an excellent pasta dish to serve on a hot summer’s day. It’s simple and light, yet substantial enough to satisfy.
Full of fresh flavors and simple to prepare, this sausage and pepper pasta easily fits into busy schedules, and is welcome on your dinner table any night of the week. Fresh Italian sausage comes ground or in links. It’s made with fennel seeds, anise seeds, and black pepper. If it’s labeled hot, it also includes red pepper flakes.
Hay and straw is a classic dish made with a combination of regular and spinach pastas. Although their flavor differences are subtle, the color contrast makes a beautiful presentation.
Creamy and rich goat cheese orzo is a great side dish for Grilled Ratatouille.
Pasta and spring veggies are meant to be enjoyed together — and no veggie is more associated with spring as asparagus. Put a fresh twist on classic Italian carbonara by mixing in asparagus and lemon. A little white wine in the sauce adds extra acidity and brightness.
This Tarragon Chicken Salad is a refreshing take on a traditional chicken salad. Crisp, sweet green grapes and tarragon add freshness to the pasta recipe. The pasta we used was made from lentils, rice, and beets. This complete protein pasta contains all nine essential amino acids.