Thursday, June 28, 2012

My Version of Famers Market Pasta

Have you ever visited 33 Shades of Green? My Mom over at Town and Country Living, suggested it to me. I love this blog. They have linky parties too! I've pinned so many of their recipes. I finally decided to make a recipe, and man was it good! It was super fresh and simple. I mean, you should go make this now it was that good and easy. It's called Farmers Market Pasta. Okay, so technically mine wasn't from the farmer's market...I didn't have a chance to get there this weekend. So mine was more like Whole Food's pasta! ;) Anyhoo, it was still delish. No, it's not vegan, but it's vegetarian so that's good enough for me!

Adapted from: 33 Shades of Green
My Version of Farmers Market Pasta
1/2lb pasta (I used Trader Joe's Organic GF Pasta)
1c reserved salted pasta water
1tbsp evoo
mixed veggies (I got a mix from whole foods including red peppers, zucchini, squash, and onions)
2 garlic cloves, chopped
1 cup cherry tomatoes sliced in half
1 handful chopped fresh basil (right from my garden!)
crumbled goat cheese
salt and pepper to taste

Boil heavily salted water and cook pasta according to package directions. Reserve about one cup of the water before draining. This will later add flavor to the dish. Heat olive oil over medium heat, add in garlic and saute until fragrant. Then add in veggies and saute a couple minutes. Once this is done, mix pasta, veggies, tomatoes and basil together. Crumble goat cheese over top and serve with basil. Enjoy!







6 comments:

Jennifer @ Town and Country Living said...

Pictures are lookin good, Bridget!

Sarah said...

I love her blog! Her food always looks so great and so do her link ups! Your photographs are looking good Bridget! The food too :)

Erika @ HomesteadSimple said...

Sounds good and looks yummy! :) I love using FRESH herbs from my herb garden! :)

Winnie said...

I like your version of pasta salad :)
And the photos are wonderful !

Brittany said...

Yum! Looks so fresh and perfect for summer!

Six Sisters said...

Yum! With that crumbled goat cheese on top...oh my goodness, delicious!!! Thanks for linking up to "Strut Your Stuff Saturday!" Hopefully we'll see you tomorrow at 8pm MDT for this week's party! :) -The Sisters

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