Presto Pasta Night #110

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It’s officially PASTA time! Chew on That was given the honor of hosting Presto Pasta Nights again and we couldn’t be more thrilled to share with you all the delicious pasta dishes we have received. I know that last time we hosted this event, I spent many words professing my love for Presto Pasta Nights and expressing my appreciation toward Ruth of Once Upon A Feast for creating this event. But this time, I know we’re all here for one thing: The Pasta!

So let’s get to the dishes!

onefrugalfoodie

Alisa of One Frugal Foodie accompanied her salmon with an Asian inspired noodle dish! Check out her post to see just how easy this Easy Veggie Udon was to make!

To see the complete post and recipe, click here!

erbeincucina

Graziana of Erbe in Cucina (which means Cooking with Herbs) puts together a wholesome dish called Stir Fried Spaghetti with Nira that is chock full of healthy and delicious look ingredients!

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seasonalontariofood

I’m not usually big on pasta salad but Ferdzy of Seasonal Ontario Food put together a Pasta Salad with Marinated Vegetables that looks incredible! Check it out for yourself!

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tastemyplate

I completely agree with Sarah of Taste My Plate who believes the stronger the cheese, the better! And I think she does a nice job proving this with her Chicken Mushroom and Gorgonzola Pasta dish complete with fresh pappardelle pasta! Yum!

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erbeincucina2

Graziana of Erbe in Cucina does it again with this very unique Botargo Pasta with Balm Leaves. These huge glossy leaves add a very interesting touch to a great pasta dish!

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lemonandcheese

Nic of Lemon and Cheese whips up a classic Spaghetti and Meatballs with Cheese with a sauce made from red wine! Sounds delicious but check out the recipe for yourself!

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seventhlevelofboredom

When Beth of The Seventh Level of Boredom has leftover bacon, she whips up a batch of her family’s favorite Bacon Cheeseburger Pasta! I bet she’ll win a lot of our readers’ hearts…

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joanneeatswellwithothers

The flavors in Joanne of Eats Well With OthersLime Cilantro Linguine with Peanut Sauce are right up my alley! If you like Pad Thai, I think this dish is for you.

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potsandplots

I’m a huge lasagna fan. Kait of Pots and Plots satisfied my craving with her very own Vegetable Lasagna Recipe complete with spinach, zucchini and lots of other yummy ingredients!

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thepeaceablekingdom

You don’t usually hear about pinto beans in pasta but Singing Horse of The Peaceable Kingdom made this combination sound excellent! Check out his Spinach and Pinto Bean Pasta dish to see the whole recipe!

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soulfulcreations

Abbhirami of Soulful Creations and I agree that peanuts and pasta go hand in hand. That’s whyI drooled over his Peanutty Pasta and decided I need to make this dish right away!

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christinasguidetofeedingthefamily

Christina of Christina’s Guide To Feeding The Family knows that no one wants a skimpy lasagna! That’s why she put together this very robust, very delicious Lasagna Made Easy!

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iliketocook

The best pasta dishes are those that are simple. Sara of I Like To Cook put together a simple but delicious rendition of Peas and Ham Pasta, a play on Nigella Lawson’s Pasta with Peas and Prosciutto. Enjoy!

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anediblesymphony

I am super impressed with Muneeba of An Edible Symphony‘s Beef and Spinach Lasagna! Maybe it’s her photography skills, but how good does that look?!

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thymeforcooking

Katie of Thyme For Cooking made use of great seasonal ingredients with her droolworthy Pasta with Ham and Asparagus dish!

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onceuponafeast

Ruth of Once Upon A Feast and the founder of Presto Pasta Nights herself put together a very impressive and original Beef Shank and Sausage Ragu. She also used one of our favorite pasta types: bucatini!

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chewonthat

Last but not least is my dish. I made penne with a homemade vodka sauce which was hands down the best pasta sauce I have ever made AND tasted. I’m so proud of my Homemade Vodka Sauce!

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  • http://onceuponafeast.blogspot.com Ruth

    Wow! Great job hosting and look at all those fantastic choices. Thanks everyone for a wonderful stockpile of pastas.

  • http://noe847.blogspot.com Nancy (n.o.e.)

    This is such a great roundup – thanks for hosting! I’ll be checking out the recipes for these delicious offerings, starting with yours~ penne with vodka cream sauce is one of my favorites. Yum!
    Nancy

  • http://joanne-eatswellwithothers@blogspot.com Joanne

    The roundup looks great, I love ALL of these dishes. Your vodka sauce looks amazing Hillary. I immediately bookmarked it since I have yet to make it and haven’t found a jarred version that I actually like.

  • http://www.foodhuntersguide.com The Food Hunter

    Great roundup

  • http://www.shelbymaelawstories.blogspot.com HoneyB

    Grumpy’s favorite pasta dish is lasagna. Mine is pasta wit fresh veggies! YUMM!

  • http://anediblesymphony.blogspot.com/ Muneeba

    Niiiiiiice round-up … me likes this weekly carb event! Thks for giving me props for actually having photography “skills” … that made me grin like a loony for hours :)

  • http://www.sidewalkshoes.blogspot.com/ pam

    Wonderful round-up! Everything looks good!

  • http://thyme2.typepad.com katie

    They all all fantastic! Good job… But, now I’m after that vodka sauce….. Sounds perfect to perk me up on a rainy day. Or maybe one of those lasagnes….

  • Sandra Retzlaff

    If you want good pasta, you should try Sorrossi Pasta Sauce and Italian sausage (links, remove casing, and brown). This sauce is made in Firth, Nebraska, and is well worth the effort of obtaining.

  • http://aloshaskitchen.blogspot.com Melissa

    Nice hosting for the second time Hillary! All of these look so delicious. I’m intrigued by the lime cilantro peanut one, as I am a fan of Pad Thai. Also love the ham and asparagus from Katie. Need to try the ragu Ruth made since I have that issue of BA and kudos again on your vodka sauce!!

  • http://dragonskitchen.blogspot.com Dragon

    Great roundup!

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