This shrimp pasta is topped with a spicy and sweet fresh tomato sauce with saffron and succulent shrimp, making it irresistibly slurpable.
Rotel tomatoes, chili powder, cumin and cayenne give this savory pasta dish it’s Tex Mex flare.
What’s more beautiful than a runny egg yolk? Poached or fried, a perfectly cooked egg is a fun way to lend extra richness (and protein!) to pasta dishes, rice bowls—even pizzas! These 10 recipes are sure to eliminate any notion that eggs are just for breakfast.
This baked chicken spaghetti is such a simple concept. It really does feel like the ultimate comfort food – creamy, cheesy pasta with a few finely chopped veggies, just to balance out that carb overload a bit.
Spaghetti bolognese. Everyone’s favourite and hands down one of the best ‘go to’ dishes when seeking real comfort. It’s easy to make. Easier to devour.
Spicy Pork Sausage Spaghetti is a simple, yet flavorful recipe that every home cook should have under their belt. It comes together quickly and tastes great.
Chef Marco Barbisotti creates black ink spaghetti carbonara with braised leeks, pancetta and poached egg in New York City.
A twist on the classic spaghetti carbonara, this recipe uses sweet potato noodles and goat cheese for an quick meal using winter ingredients.
Seasoned and grilled shrimp is the perfect summer meal that can be done in minutes and served over spaghetti squash for a nutritious meal. Plus, it pairs perfectly with Santa Rita’s Sauvignon Blanc.
Pici, or “Fat Spaghetti,” is a a traditional Tuscan pasta that is easy to make.…
Not just a gluten free pasta substitute, spaghetti squash deserved to be in the spotlight and these delicious recipes make sure it is.
Filled with mushroom, kale, herbs, and topped with cheese, these baked spaghetti squash bowls are the perfect excuse to switch up your weeknight routine.
Make an Italian-inspired holiday meal that keeps you out of the kitchen and celebrating with family. Dish out a comforting shrimp pasta, finishing with a whole wheat chocolate olive oil cake.
A simple spaghetti and meatball recipe is revamped with pumpkin and served as an elegant meal with a sweet finish of chocolate dipped gingerbread biscotti.
Named after a Guns N’ Roses album, Spaghetti Incident simply brings affordable Italian food with spunk to the Lower East Side late into the night.
You can’t go wrong with pasta. Step up your spaghetti game with delicious recipes that utilize the noodle in creative new ways perfect for a busy weeknight.
The creamy pesto is this simple to make dish is filled with strong flavors of mint, a zing of lemon juice, and a nuttiness from the cashews.
Spaghetti tossed with tomato sauce made of chilies, garlic, and soy sauce. Add the crispy, pan fried paneer at the end for delicious, salty bites.
A marinara sauce that is light and refreshing, hearty with umami, spiked with arugula micro greens. Pair with perfectly cooked spaghetti and crispy eggplant.
Flavorful Thai peanut vinaigrette tossed with spaghetti squash, red peppers and other vegetables makes a refreshing salad that can be served warm or cold.
Try this rich broth and pasta stew, spiked with garlic, lemongrass, and slow-cooked ribs.
This recipe was originally developed for its penny-pinching properties but it has all the makings of an instant classic comfort food, regardless of your means.
This quick vegan dinner comes together in a snap for when you need something comforting at the end of a long day.
Toss the prepared spaghetti (cooked al dente) with the oil/herb mixture and then toss in the corn and cherry tomatoes. Simple as that.
This recipe is the ultimate mix of Southern and Italian cooking.
This bright, healthy marinara is made with one of best tomato products on the market. Pomi Tomatoes are pure 100 percent Italian tomatoes.
What do you do with tons and tons of leftover Spaghetti? Why make Frittata of course.
This recipe is a retro creamy pasta dish with scallops, white wine and lemon zest. It’s easy to make, about 20 minutes from start to finish.
Like many great Italian dishes, the beauty of this meal is in simplicity – which also means that the raw ingredients have to be top quality.
The slightly sweet crunch of the spaghetti squash pairs perfectly with savory Italian sausage and earthy kale.
All you have to cook is the spaghetti. The sauce whips up in the food processor while the pasta cooks. That’s it. Dinner is prepared.
Fried Egg, Chilli and Tomato Spaghetti is simple fare but equally as delightful.
A comforting and nourishing family meal, pasta with Italian Sausage Ragout.
A colorful spaghetti cooked in red wine and paired with spicy broccoli rabe.
Koshari is a mixture of rice, macaroni, lentils, chickpeas, fried onions, tomato sauce, chili sauce, and a liquid combination of vinegar and finely minced garlic.
This creamy, rich artichoke sauce has that “so bad for you” taste, but is actually good for you.
This pasta sauce with a slight Eastern twist has quickly become a favorite in the Evans family.
This variation of pesto, sans pine nuts, has origins in Provence, France, where it is known as Pistou.
You can make this pasta dish with store-bought clams but if you do have the opportunity to go clamming, you’ll enjoy your meal even more.
This recipe from Judith Klinger was inspired by the traditional Provencal fish soup that is served with aioli.
The answer to an Italian bolognese, a Greek meat sauce is different in the sense of flavors.
Maria Laitinen works up an appetite with black bean spaghetti.
A famous Tuscan dish, and the favorite of Giulia Scarpaleggia’s great-grandfather.
Joan Nova decides pasta doesn’t have enough carbs. So she adds potatoes, and ends up with an unexpected match made very close to heaven.