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This was a great quick and tasty dinner for us tonight. I probably had it on the table in 30 minutes. I used pre-sliced baby bella mushrooms, green beans, and pepper boursin. I did have to cook the pasta and bean mixture about 6 minutes to get the beans to a medium crunchy texture. Thanks for posting!
My husband and I really enjoyed this recipe. We used cremini mushrooms instead of the portabella mushrooms. This was super easy to make and we will definitely make it again soon. Thanks for posting!
This was delic...added 4 hot italian sausage taken out of the caseing and chopped to spice it up...wow
Delicious! Loved the portabella mushrooms and boursin cheese. I could only find garlic and herb, and this still turned out great....I added black pepper. This is so quick and easy to throw together after work, it should be a mainstay in every kitchen! Thanks for sharing. Made for PAC Spring 2011.
Wow! What generous portions! I cut this down to just one serving, based on the note that it doesn't reheat well. I guess I will find out if that is true tomorrow :) This is a lovely pasta dish, and all of the earthy flavors work beautifully together. I couldn't find Boursin, so I used a garlic and herb goat cheese and added extra ground pepper. The sauce was creamy and full of flavor, yet not so thick that it was overly rich. I loved the mushrooms, but I think I will try again when the chanterelles come into season, as this would be a wonderful compliment to their flavor. This came together very easily for me, although having three pans to keep track of might be hard for a novice cook. I'd love to try this with roasted or grilled chicken added, the combination would be wonderful. Thanks for posting a great dish!
Delicious! This was a wonderful blend of flavors. I especially enjoyed the portabella mushrooms in the sauce. I used multigrain pasta, garlic and herb cheese, and asparagus, and omitted the salt and Parmesan. Thanks for sharing!