Nice and easy dish. I subbed 1 rinsed and drained can of tomatoes for plum tomatoes. Now that tomatoes are in season I'll use fresh next time. Add greek seasoned chicken for a meal!
Awesome! Delicious! Filling! Easy!
Great recipe, however, I would use kale as it is higher in nutrients and lowest in oxalic acid. I love pasta salads!
Relatively easy vegetarian one dish meal. I used 1 lb. tomatoes (plum tomatoes at the store didn't look very good, so I used regular) and reduced the pasta to 8 ounces (I prefer additional sauce). The toasted pine nuts put this over the top. Couldn't find reduced fat feta that day, so I used regular (less than recommended) and used cooked fresh spinach as per suggestion. This resulted in a very fresh-tasting meal.:) My BF and I ate just about the whole dish in one sitting. I didn't feel it needed any herbs, but oregano would go well with this.
This is good and quick. I used rice pasta and didn't have olives. Used canned plum tomatoes and goat feta.
Yum, we really enjoyed this. An easy way to make me eat my spinach :)
Excellent, easy recipe! I used goat cheese instead of feta and bowties instead of penne. Will definitely make this again!! Super Yummy!
Really tasty! My family really enjoyed this. I used fresh spinach and cooked it down. Also, the tomatoes didn't look that great at the store this week, so I only used 2 that I already had....and it was so good! Thanks for a great, ww friendly, recipe!
My family enjoyed this so much that I am adding it to my monthly rotation of meals for us. Into my favorites it goes for safe keeping, till I decide to make it again. We loved the combination of flavors and it was really awesome!
We all loved this! It was good warm and cold. I served with chicken souvlaki and it was a great match. Admittedly, I used a bit more olive oil to add flavor which added some calories and fat, but this recipe is a definite keeper! Thanks for sharing. Updated to add..I've made this many, many times now. It is a perfect meal because it's healthy and can be ready in 20 minutes. I always use fresh spinach and toss it in at the end, cover and let the steam wilt it. It tastes fresher and is healthier than frozen. Besides, I really hate trying to break apart frozen spinach to cook with it. By the time you squeeze all that excess water out, you have a big ol' clump that takes forever to incorporate with the rest of the ingredients. I just put in three or four big handfuls. I've also used a can of undrained tomatoes which doesn't have to nice texture fresh does, but makes it a little saucier and tastes just fine. Thanks again for this great recipe!