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Pasta Primavera — Meatless Monday

Celebrate the bright colors and bold flavors of spring by cooking up Food Network's light, fresh pasta dish.

Pasta Primavera with Beets, Radishes and Radicchio — Meatless Monday

Celebrate spring with this colorful, produce-packed pasta.

7 Ways to Make Pasta Primavera, aka the Most-Springy Dish Ever

It finally feels like spring outside. Now you can make it taste like spring too with these veggie pastas from Food Network.

One Recipe, Two Meals: Pasta with Butter and Peas for the Kids, and a Veggie-Packed Primavera for You

We're having our pasta and eating it too! Here's one simple version for your kiddos, and one giant, glorious version for you.

What Is Primavera? — Meatless Monday

For a quick Meatless Monday supper, check out Food Network's easy recipes for pasta primavera, a quick-to-make meal featuring seasonal spring vegetables.

Rethink Your Pasta

Instead of the usual penne or macaroni, try stuffed pasta like ravioli, tortellini or pierogi in a pasta salad.

"Creamy" Tarragon Pasta Salad

This dairy-and-gluten-free picnic salad gets its creamy texture from dairy-free yogurt instead of mayonnaise.

Pasta Salad, Lightened Up

Traditional pasta salad is swimming with hidden calories that’ll have you hiding from bathing suit season. Find out how to lighten up this summer classic and still keep your svelte shape.

Spotlight Recipe: Pasta Puttanesca

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.