Pasta & Noodles

Easy Pea-sy Pasta

Average: 3.9 (14 votes)

This particular pasta is one that my mother used to make for us as children. It’s richer and creamier than your typical tomato pasta sauce thanks to a big blob of cream cheese. My daughter is not too enamored by plain pasta sauce but add some cream cheese and she loves it. I often add some very small pieces of vegetables to this dish just for a little freshness. On this particular occasion I added some green peas that I had picked and frozen a few weeks ago but you could add corn, peas, diced carrots even green beans.

Roasted Broccoli and Cauliflower Vermicelli

Average: 3.9 (9 votes)

Some days for whatever reason, I really don’t feel like investing much time in cooking. On these days I often turn to pasta. This recipe was a bit of a speculation on my part but turned out quite yum, winning over my four-year-old girl and her four-year-old playmate. I even successfully bribed them with more pasta if they would eat their salad and it worked like a charm.Try it and feel free to improvise on the veggies or in any other way you feel like.

Kurma's Vegetarian Lasagna

Average: 3 (39 votes)

Tender pasta sandwiched between layers of tasty béchamel sauce, cheese, spinach and herbed tomato sauce, topped with more cheese and baked until firm---whenever we serve Vegetarian Lasagna at Gopal’s Restaurant our clientele become practically ecstatic. “Could you possibly give us the recipe?” they ask. So here it is.

[From Kurma's book Great Vegetarian Dishes.]

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