This is most definately my FAVORITE pasta salad in the world! I have been making it for years, but never wrote it down....well...thanks to Recipezaar I'm learning to "measure", LOL!!!! Very happy to share! This recipe is for a small crowd. If making just for your family, omit the rotini, and add only as much of the rest of the ingredients (about half) that you'd like. Don't worry, it's really simple and easy!
Here’s a recipe for all my single friends out there. Just because you’re cooking for one doesn’t mean you can’t indulge every now and again. You'll love this creamy sauce and it's fresh Italian appeal.
I found this in the new issue of, my favorite magazine, Coastal Living. It sounds perfect to post for ZWT 2006. I have not tried it but this is a recipe that is right up my alley! Can't wait to make this!
My mother is a lover of Italian food,she really wanted this recipe after seeing the olive garden commercial.I finally found it online,printed it and attempted to try it.It is a great recipe,but unfortunatly,the steps did not include some important steps.So I dediced to pass along the easiest way to prepare this.I must say,this was a huge success.This serves 4 people,so you may double it to feed more of course 8) Good luck and enjoy it!
This is a good pasta recipe that can be whipped up quickly on those busy nights when the kids have activities. When I have more time, I use fresh chopped tomatoes. The sausage is easier to slice if you stick it in the freezer for about 20-30 minutes to firm it up a bit. Cook time includes pasta cooking time.
Betty Crocker - 1 of life's little historical cooking pleasures we seem to have left behind now that the internet is but a keystroke away. I laid down to take a nap w/a 20 yr-old BC paperback in hand & went sound asleep. I awoke still holding the book & the pgs were turned to this recipe. Seemed like a ZWT II sign to me & I confess to updating a bit to better reflect modern cooking methods. Not a modern recipe for lamb, but I was having a nostalgic moment (Time to marinate is not included).
This is delicious served over linguini or angel hair pasta and is best with summer's vine-ripened tomatoes. Originally from an October 1983 issue of Bon Appetit in the R.S.V.P. Letters to the Editor section. It was served at Charley's Place in Langhorne, Pennsylvania.I've also used the sauce over fresh scallops or shrimp that I've sauted in the butter and garlic.This is also great as an appetizer or first course.Soaking time for the squid is not included in the prep time.
You are going to love this one! This soup is chocked full of flavor and you can have it on the table in about 40 minutes. Be good to yourself and add a touch of freshly grated Parmesan cheese to top it off. I hope you will enjoy this recipe as much as I do.