Cooler weather makes me crave carbs. I figured that I might not be the only person who feels this way, so I thought I would round up all of my favorite pasta recipes for you. I have enough comfort food pasta recipes to get you through the winter.
Have you ever tried cooking pasta in tomato bisque? The result is a rich Veggie Pasta Bake with mushrooms and spinach bursting the flavor. The active preparation time on this recipe is only 15 minutes, and it’s easy to make a big batch.
This recipe for Lemon Goat Cheese Pasta with rotisserie chicken and broccoli is the combination of several of my favorite ingredients. I especially love how the broccoli soaks up the sauce.
Creamy Parmesan Pasta with a Poached Egg – could life get any better?! This meal lends itself perfectly to brunch, and you can make it in just 15 minutes. The egg yolk blends into the lemon and parmesan sauce making it thicker and more flavorful.
My mother used to make this Sweet and Spicy Sausage Farfalle all the time when I was a kid. And now that I am an adult I understand why. Not only is this a delicious hearty meal, you can make it in only 20 minutes.
Confession: I really love goat cheese, which is why I use it in so many of my pasta recipes. Roasted Garlic, Goat Cheese, and Tomato Pasta has a garlic and goat cheese sauce seasoned with basil and topped with roasted tomatoes.
You can’t have a pasta round up without including a recipe for macaroni and cheese, and this Creamy Cheddar Mac and Cheese is a crowd pleasing classic.
Lemon Parmesan Fettuccine was inspired by one of my favorite dishes on the menu at The Pump Room at The Public Hotel. It has a creamy sauce and a bold lemon flavor.
Do you have a favorite pasta dish? Go ahead and share it in the comments!
Mo @ Luckyrhino.net
Friday 10th of February 2017
Our go to comfort pasta is Walnut Fettuccini. I think the recipe was originally on the back of a bag of Diamond walnuts. Essentially you saute walnuts pieces in olive oil and garlic until toasted, add pinch of red pepper flakes and dried basil. Top pasta with the oil/walnut mixture, lots of grated parm and chopped fresh parsley. It's my it's-too-cold or I'm-tired-from-hosting-a-party-yesterday easy dinner.