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This was really good. I skipped the tomato and added a bunch of romano cheese. My family inhaled this. They even ate the cold leftovers for lunch today. They said it was even great cold. Thanks NorthwestGal! Made for PRMR.

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Realtor by day, Chef by night July 03, 2009

Thank you for a great pasta dish. I used more veggies than the recipe said. And instead of the water I used chicken broth and I added a bit of salt. But the flavors were great. That roasted garlic and dijon...delicious.

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*Bellinda* June 25, 2009

This is so tasty! I do not have a food processor so I did step number 3 by hand without any problems at all. I eliminated the mushrooms to accomodate family members but that was my only change. Thanks so much for the tasty lunch!

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invictus May 16, 2009

Don't be afraid of all the garlic. Roasting it really mellows the flaor and along with the dijon mustard makes a very creamy sauce. I loved the veggies in this and next time I think I'll even add more. I used my mini food processor and it was the perfect size. Served with some french bread we devoured this. Thank you Pac Baby- You've done it again, with another wonderful recipe.

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cookiedog March 27, 2009

Very nice pasta dish but I think next time I'll either pre-roast the garlic or just saute (for simplicity) and cut back on the Dijon mustard. I did use a brand new jar and noticed it was quite strong so that may have been why it was so prevalent a taste in the pasta. Believe it or not, I couldn't find any nice zucchini anywhere so I substituted asparagus which worked quite nicely. Thank you for a lovely and different, pasta recipe NWG! Made and enjoyed for team Mischief Makers - ZWT #7 :)

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Just_Ducky!! June 10, 2011

Next time I make this I will give it a go with less pasta and a bit less lemon. The sauce seemed to disappear into the mix fairly quickly. Made for ZWT7 (The Hot Pink Ladies)

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KristinV June 04, 2011

Made this for Septembers Zaar Tomatoe and Pepper tag swap...Delicious! I roasted the garlic a couple of days ago and I used my mini-food processor to mix it up...quite simple. The sauce was wonderful! Definatley will make again. Thank you!

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mama smurf September 16, 2010

I roasted my garlic off a couple of days ahead (didn't want to use the oven just for that!!) and it kept really well.I mashed my mixture by hand with no problems at all,and would happily do it that way again. I had to swap zucchini for carrot,and I skipped the tomato (family choices!!),even so,this dish was completely yum...the garlic flavour with the mustard was just lovely. Served with plenty of ground black pepper and sea salt...delicious!!

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Noo March 12, 2010

Yum! I made this for supper tonight but used 12 ounces of pasta. I used 1 head of garlic and that was more than enough for my family! I really liked the Dijon and lemon juice in the sauce. I would add more veggies next time or I could have just eaten the ones that my kids didn't! :) We had some fresh ground pepper and parmesan cheese on top. Made for Gimme 5. Thanks NorthwestGal! :)

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