Pasta

A Pesto Pasta Recipe Ideal for a Weeknight Dinner

LONDON — “What’s for dinner?”

It’s a question we ask ourselves (or is asked of us) every day. The intonation varies. Some days, it’s energized anticipation: “What’s for dinner?! The world is our oyster: Where shall we go?”

Other days, it’s a bit less of an exclamation, and more a case of standing in front of the fridge and wondering, “What on earth is for dinner?” Chances are, it’s dried pasta. Add pesto and some grated Parmesan, and it’s a job done.

For all the ways we could go with every meal (and for all the cookbooks encouraging us to experiment), it’s very easy to get stuck in a kitchen rut. Everyone’s rut — or routine — looks different. For my part, there are nine or 10 meals in fairly constant rotation at home: New meals are tried, of course, but we as a family largely default to the dishes

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17 Delicious Vegan Pasta Recipes to Make This Weekend

Few things are as comforting as a hearty bowl of pasta. It fills both the body and soul with joy—and if it’s a particularly delicious recipe, it can become embedded in your memory. Just me? I can’t help it, I’m a pasta fiend and proud of it. That said, I often get stuck in a rut and find myself making the same dishes on rotation until I get sick of them. And since we all know variety is the spice of life, it’s time to step out of my comfort zone with a new round of vegan pasta recipes to add to my repertoire.

The past year and a half have been exhausting, and as summer starts to wrap up, I’m finding myself looking to recipes that are warming, satisfying, and soothing. And pasta is basically a warm hug in a dish! I love knowing that I can get

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13 Vegetarian Recipes That Give Pasta and Beans a Break

Dried pasta and canned beans are vegetarian pantry staples for a reason: They are often the backbone of quick, tasty and satisfying meatless cooking. But if the sight of another box of rigatoni makes your eye twitch, or the thought of strolling down an aisle of cannellini beans triggers your fight-or-flight response, maybe it’s time to mix things up. Below are a baker’s dozen of vegetarian recipes that are light and filling all at once, featuring plenty of vegetables as well as the occasional tofu and whole grain — and they’re all worthy of a spot in your rotation. And if you’re looking for more recipes like these, sign up for The Veggie, New York Times Cooking’s new weekly newsletter dedicated to the expansive and delicious world of vegetarian cooking.

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Eric Kim’s critically acclaimed eggplant recipe — just look

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Viral Recipe: Unique Pasta Chips Is The Latest Food Trend You Must Try

There is no dearth of creative and innovative food trends on the internet. In 2020, we saw recipes such as Dalgona coffee and banana bread go viral and how. Everyone tried their hands at making these delicious treats at home using recipes available online. This year too has been nothing short of unexpected in terms of viral recipes. There was the tomato feta pasta recipe which went viral, followed by the delicious instant noodles made with brown sugar and soya sauce. And now, another unique recipe has taken the internet by storm. These unique pasta chips are the latest food trend that has been spotted online.

Just as the name suggests, pasta chips are basically a crunchy snack made with readymade pasta. The food trend has become viral on multiple social media platforms, with numerous bloggers trying out its different versions.

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