Full of rich, earthy flavors, this easy pasta dish combines fettucine, fresh mushrooms, truffle oil, truffle salt and garlic to create an elegant yet satisfying meatless meal.
Rotini or penne pasta combined with a fresh sauce of ricotta cheese, lemon juice, zest, olive oil and fresh basil makes a fast, satisfying meatless dinner.
This dish combines boneless chicken, mushrooms and fresh tomatoes in a flavorful Marsala wine sauce that's perfect for serving over your favorite pasta.
This deliciously satisfying meatless meal combines a garlic-roasted medley of eggplant, zucchini and red bell pepper with fresh tomatoes, basil and your favorite cut of pasta.
Crumbled sweet Italian sausage, a medley of bell peppers combine with diced tomatoes and a bit of sour cream for an easy pasta dinner.
This simple but elegant pasta dish combines linguine with a light sauce made with lump crabmeat, fresh tomatoes, butter and white wine.
A Mexican-inspired, one-pan pasta dish made with toasted angel hair, jalapeño, poblano and red peppers, tomatoes, cumin, garlic, lime. a creamy, cilantro-lime sauce and sliced avocado.
This flavorful combination of diced chicken breasts, sweet tomatoes and scallions sautéed in butter makes a light, easy weeknight meal.
A flavorful, Thai-style flatbread made with bite-sized pieces of tender chicken, peanut sauce, carrots, scallions, fresh cilantro and mozzarella cheese.
The addition of vodka enhances the flavor of the tomatoes in this robust pasta sauce made with sautéed pancetta, fresh basil and a touch of cream.
Bits of crispy bacon and sweet caramelized onions combine with Gruyere and fontina cheeses to make an incredibly satisfying baked macaroni and cheese.
Toasted pine nuts and tangy goat cheese combine with sweet grape tomatoes to give this quick and easy pasta dish a healthy dose of rich flavor.
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