Lemon-And-Herb Pasta Salad

"A recipe that I want to try from Rachael Ray."
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  • In a large pot of boiling, salted water, cook the pasta until al dente. Drain and rinse under cold water.
  • Meanwhile, in a bowl, combine the lemon peel, lemon juice and olive oil; season with salt and pepper.
  • In a large bowl, mix together the pasta, bell pepper, arugula, eggs, parmesan, pine nuts and dill. Add the lemon dressing and toss.

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  1. teresas
    We really enjoyed this salad...it didn't say to serve it immediately after adding the lemon dressing...so I tossed it altogether and let it mellow while I finished the rest of the meal...that might have been the problem...because we found it on the dry side...but it was packed full of yummy flavors...thanks for posting it!
  2. rsnelling42
    This was great! I didn't have red peppers or fresh dill, so I skipped the red peppers and used dry dill. I also subbed out a different pasta. This had a refreshing lemony flavor - was a perfect summer side dish - thank you!
  3. katew
    This made such a lovely light evening meal for a hot night. One diner had this with rice noodles due to allergies and the rest of us had as the pasta beef ravioli. So we had lots of flavours in our pasta bowls. I added home grown basil and the lemon was from my tree. Delicious, so many thanks for adding this to our summer eating.
  4. daisygrl64
    This was excellent. I used yellow pepper instead of red cuz I didn't have red on hand. I also didn't use pine nuts cuz my family doesn't care for them, so why use them knowing my family doesn't like them.....that would effect the recipe rating and of course its not the recipe writers fault that my family don't like them LOL therefor I left them out :) I will make this again, Thank you for posting. Made for Photo Tag Forum Game
  5. BBCFan
    I NEVER thought to use pasta in this sort of way before. What an unusual, but yummy pasta! Made and reviewed for zaartag.



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