Caprese Pasta

Caprese Pasta created by Mrs Goodall

A fun variation on the flavors of a Caprese salad! I recommend using good quality ingredients, as the recipe depends on only a handful of them to really shine. This was given to me by my aunt at my bridal shower.

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  • In a medium bowl, combine your choice of cubed cheese with the basil, tomatoes, garlic, olive oil, and black pepper, and stir well, using a fork.
  • Add a little more olive oil, as desired, to prevent mixture from becoming too dry.
  • Allow sauce to sit while you prepare linguine according to package directions.
  • Immediately after draining linguine, toss with sauce and allow to sit for a moment while the cheese melts a bit from the heat of the pasta.
  • Stir, serve, and enjoy!
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"A fun variation on the flavors of a Caprese salad! I recommend using good quality ingredients, as the recipe depends on only a handful of them to really shine. This was given to me by my aunt at my bridal shower."
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  1. DPar6310
    Great way to use fresh tomatoes and fresh basil at the end of the growing season. We will make this again. Nummy
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  2. Mrs Goodall
    Caprese Pasta Created by Mrs Goodall
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    Caprese Pasta Created by Mrs Goodall
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  4. Mrs Goodall
    Will absolutely make this again!!! So easy and great!! I used tomatoes from the garden including beautiful Green Zebra tomaoes. I also used some parm-regianno at the end. Thanks for posting Starrynews! Made for Culinary Quest FP 2014.
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  5. Bayhill
    Delicious! I love caprese salad so I knew that this would be yummy, too. I made as written, using tomatoes and basil from my garden, as well as fresh mozzarella. I used a basil infused olive oil and added some salt and pepper, to taste. This made a wonderful, light lunch for the two of us. Thank you for sharing. **Made for Culinary Quest - Suitcase Gourmets**
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