Pasta With Sauteed Tomatoes, Olives and Artichokes

Pasta With Sauteed Tomatoes, Olives and Artichokes created by Halcyon Eve

Because this Italian-style dish cooks quickly, assemble all the ingredients before you begin. Clipped from a magazine too long ago to know which one!?!

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  • Heat oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat.
  • Add cherry tomatoes, olives and artichokes; cook 5 minutes or until thoroughly heated.
  • Place pasta in a large bowl.
  • Add tomato mixture, basil, cheese, salt and pepper; toss well and serve.
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"Because this Italian-style dish cooks quickly, assemble all the ingredients before you begin. Clipped from a magazine too long ago to know which one!?!"

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  1. Catwoman24102
    Super fast, easy and delicious! I made this for my vegetarian daughter and son in law and our whole family loved it! I did add some sun dried tomatoes, but otherwise followed the recipe. The kalamata olives give this just the right amount of zip. My daughter has already made it again. Thank you for sharing!
  2. Halcyon Eve
    Pasta With Sauteed Tomatoes, Olives and Artichokes Created by Halcyon Eve
  3. Halcyon Eve
    Wow, this was fantastic! It was so easy and quick, too--a definite keeper! I used parmesan cheese instead of asiago, since I already had a lot of parmesan on hand. I used campenalle pasta instead of ziti, and left out the salt (it was plenty salty for us without). I used extra olive oil, too, as I wasn't using a nonstick skillet. Wonderful! Thanks for posting, jonesies!
  4. Halcyon Eve
    Wow, this was fantastic! It was so easy and quick, too--a definite keeper! I used parmesan cheese instead of asiago, since I already had a lot of parmesan on hand. I used campenalle pasta instead of ziti, and left out the salt (it was plenty salty for us without). I used extra olive oil, too, as I wasn't using a nonstick skillet. Wonderful! Thanks for posting, jonesies!
  5. Redsie
    Pasta With Sauteed Tomatoes, Olives and Artichokes Created by Redsie
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