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Cavatappi With Spinach, Beans, and Asiago Cheese

Cavatappi With Spinach, Beans, and Asiago Cheese created by FrenchBunny

For a simple dish, this contains many healthful ingredients, plus the flavors are complex. If you toss the spinach and Asiago cheese while the pasta is still warm, the spinach will wilt and the cheese will soften. When this happens, the flavors blend and become more pungent. This is peasant food at its best.

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  • Combine all ingredients in a large bowl; toss well. Sprinkle with fresh ground black pepper, if desired.
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"For a simple dish, this contains many healthful ingredients, plus the flavors are complex. If you toss the spinach and Asiago cheese while the pasta is still warm, the spinach will wilt and the cheese will soften. When this happens, the flavors blend and become more pungent. This is peasant food at its best."
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  1. FrenchBunny
    This had a very nice flavor. I had only added in 2 cups of chopped spinach, I thought this was plenty. Mixed it all together while still warm and everything blended so well. This is definitely a dish I will make again. Made for Fall Pac'09
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  2. FrenchBunny
    Cavatappi With Spinach, Beans, and Asiago Cheese Created by FrenchBunny
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  3. FrenchBunny
    Cavatappi With Spinach, Beans, and Asiago Cheese Created by FrenchBunny
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  4. Chef Kate
    Really quite good, but needed a little more flavor. I mixed in some fresh herbs along with the garlic and spinach and oil while the pasta was still slightly warm -- then added the beans and cheese and seasoned -- we let it cool in the cool kitchen and ate it at that temp -- delicious! The creaminess of the Asiago is lovely in this. Thanks!
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  5. Chef.Jules
    For a simple dish, this contains many healthful ingredients, plus the flavors are complex. If you toss the spinach and Asiago cheese while the pasta is still warm, the spinach will wilt and the cheese will soften. When this happens, the flavors blend and become more pungent. This is peasant food at its best.
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