Ever since I was in college, pasta has been one of my go-to meals. I love it because I always have some in the pantry and there're tons of different ways to prepare it. When I was new to cooking, I would saute garlic in butter and toss it with tons of cheese and hot pasta. Later in life, I added in anchovies and fresh herbs. When I'm in the mood to treat myself, I'll saute Italian sausage with spinach and make a slightly creamy sauce like the recipe seen here. It's filling and decadent without being too rich and heavy. Interested in the learning the recipe? You'll find it here.
Several years ago, after watching an episode of this new Food Network show called 30 Minute Meals, I decided to take the somewhat unheard-of chef's advice. According to this Rachael Ray lady, anchovies lose their intense fishy flavor when cooked down in a sauce. After trying one of her recipes, I realized she was right! Since then, I've made many pasta dishes that include anchovies as an ingredient.
I can't wait to experiment with this broccoli rabe variation. Toasted panko bread crumbs provide crunch and crushed red pepper flakes add a subtle heat. Ready to overcome your fear of anchovies? Get the recipe and read more
Pasta is an obvious choice for a super swift yet delicious meal. Why? Because an easy and tasty sauce comes together while the pasta cooks. Sautéed Italian sausage, garlic, and swiss chard are delicious when tossed with cooked gemelli. Raisins, pine nuts, and Parmesan round out the hearty dish.
Feel free to get experimental with the recipe. Use arugula instead of chard, or dried cranberries instead of raisins. For the recipe, please read more