Quick, easy and delicious, this pasta recipe is the ideal comfort food. It's wholesome, nutritious and a great way to get kids to eat vitamin- and fiber-rich butternut squash.
If you don't have leftover ham, you could make this with deli ham (just cut it into strips, or else have them slice it thick and then you can dice it), with cooked bacon, with leftover turkey, or utterly meatless. It will still be good.
The thing is, when I don't know what's for dinner, I often put a large pot of water on to boil, and then I look in the cupboard and freezer to figure out what I can put over pasta. Chickpeas, which retain their shape without going mushy, are perfect for this--also because they are protein-rich and nutrient-laden, and because the sauce cooks in the time the pasta does.
Pasta salad is one of my favorite summertime meals. The versatility is never ending so it's always new, but always easy. Add a loaf of crusty bread and fresh lemonade or iced tea and you have a terrific beat-the-heat dinner. Making pasta salad is so simple and this formula will help you on your way to being a pasta salad expert.
This traditional Tuscan pasta dish is bursting with the flavor of summer tomatoes. It's also a great way to introduce kids to fresh-from-the-garden food.
An inexpensive, quick and easy recipe for the classic dish, using Ragu® Old World Style® Pasta Sauce.
This quick and inexpensive version of an Italian staple uses Ragu® Old World Style® Sweet Tomato Basil Smooth Pasta Sauce. Check out the simple recipe.
An inexpensive, quick and easy version of an Italian classic, using Ragu® Old World Style® Pasta Sauce.
My kids like this next recipe so much that they've said, "Mom, dinner was really good. Can we have it again tomorrow night?" Now, that works for me!