Take it beyond the same old clam sauce with big-flavor seafood-and-pasta duos.
A dash of red pepper adds a bit of heat for an exciting version of this classic recipe.
Want to make this seafood lover's dream-come-true dish even more spectacular? Substitute chopped fresh lobster for half the
Using your favorite prepared pesto makes cooking this luscious cream sauce easy.
The twisted shape of the gemelli makes it the perfect pairing for the chunky vegetables and scallops.
Farfalle comes from an Italian word meaning "butterfly," but we know (and love) this popular shape as bow tie.
It all starts with the right canned tuna. Buy sustainable, dolphin-safe tuna, and look for “chunk white” or “chunk light”
on the label.
This recipe is easy on the wallet—just $4 per serving—and easy on your kitchen, since it only requires one bowl and one pot.
Fresh pasta cooks in less than half the time as dried pasta. Look for unflavored varieties or the spinach version in the deli
section of your market. Ricotta salata is a variation of ricotta cheese that is salted, pressed, and dried. It can be sliced
or grated. If it's unavailable, try feta cheese but be sure to decrease the added salt.
Flavorful feta cheese, fresh olives, and seasoned tomatoes take ordinary penne pasta to the next level.
The creamy sauce and the bright flavors of lemon and basil make this recipe delicious and versatile. Try it with rotisserie