Any of a wide variety of short, curved tubular pastas, such as macaroni.
From The Food Lover's Companion, Fourth edition by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Copyright © 2007, 2001, 1995, 1990 by Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
Nothing beats the taste of traditional pasta, but with so many heathier and tasty alternatives, why not give them a try? Choosing one at the grocery store, however, can seem overwhelming. Well, The Kitchen hosts are here to help make these hard choices easier for you with a saucy taste test. Sunny tasted all of our pasta swaps with Katie Lee's easy Amatriciana Sauce.
If you're tired of your favorite pasta salad recipe, jazz it up by following these simple guidelines.
I got spoiled this summer, getting to come home and have access to fresh ingredients, a full kitchen and, of course, free time to cook. However, going back to school doesn’t mean we college students can’t still enjoy a good, healthy meal! Pasta is a good ol’ standby, but this year, ditch the buttered noodles or Ramen packets and try this easy dish – it’s sure to earn you an A from your roommates or friends. Make it in bulk you and eat for a few days. Capers, anchovy paste and arugula might not be usual pantry staples, but you shouldn’t have trouble finding them at the local supermarket.
Take a tip from the restaurant world and top your pasta with a dollop of ricotta instead of the usual parmesan.
Make Food Network Magazine's Ratatouille Pasta for an easy vegetable-filled Meatless Monday dinner.
Celebrate the bright colors and bold flavors of spring by cooking up Food Network's light, fresh pasta dish.
Thankfully, the low-carb diet craze is on its way out, but during the anti-starch explosion, pasta took a severe beating. But pasta is GOOD! Here's why…
Instead of the usual penne or macaroni, try stuffed pasta like ravioli, tortellini or pierogi in a pasta salad.
This dairy-and-gluten-free picnic salad gets its creamy texture from dairy-free yogurt instead of mayonnaise.