How to Make Fresh Pasta — Most Popular Pin of the Week
You can get dried pasta anywhere, but fresh pasta made by your own hands is something special. This week's Most Popular Pin of the Week demystifies the process so you can make fresh pasta yourself.
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When All Else Fails, Make Pasta
Easy to prepare, inexpensive and a staple in most people's pantries, pasta won't let you down come dinnertime.
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Pasta with Roasted Broccoli and Almond Tomato Sauce — Meatless Monday
Get Food Network Magazine's easy-to-make recipe for Pasta with Roasted Broccoli and Almond Tomato Sauce, a go-to meal ideal for Meatless Monday dinner.
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Food Network's three-course meatless menu can be made in just 40 minutes. It features veggie-packed pasta, a simple side salad and fresh, fruity dessert.
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Ellie uses low-fat milk to lighten up this decadent dish, but she adds garlic and creamy parmesan cheese to maintain its full flavors and traditional textures.
Skillet Lasagna — Meatless Monday
Prepare Food Network Magazine's lasagna on the stove and serve with Giada's Mixed Green Salad With Sherry Vinaigrette and Rachael's Garlic Bread.
Giada's Creamy, Cheesy Baked Fettuccine — Meatless Monday
Think of this as a grown-up take on the classic macaroni and cheese.
Dressed-Up Pastas for a Meatless Monday Dinner
Cook up a few of Food Network's favorite dressed-up pasta recipes, each meatless and ready to eat in less than 40 minutes.