This adorable dish is not only super colorful, it’s also super healthy. You can eat a rainbow with butterflies, and never have to worry about your size! This recipe gets it’s name from the bow tie pasta, and the colorful ingredients like the red pepper, carrots, and edamame. This recipe yields up to four healthy servings.
Let’s hear it from our friends over at Food Network:
I loved it! I have to admit mixing it all together I had my doubts. I’ve never had edamame and I thought there was too much carrot and red bell pepper but I finished mixing and tasted it, WOW! I used tri-colored Rotini instead of butterflies and I used canola oil because I was out of olive oil. I can’t wait to try again with olive oil.
A nice quality olive oil is perfect for this dish, but it will still be absolutely delicious even if you substitute canola oil. This turns out so colorful and pretty you almost don’t want to eat it. Almost! Everyone in the family is going to fall in love with the flavor!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Food Network.
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Quick tip: Use whole grain pasta for a healthier option.