5 Easy Pasta Recipes You Probably Haven’t Tried
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Have You Tried All 5 Of These Amazing Pasta Recipes?
We all love quick and easy pasta recipes, especially on those weeknights when it seems you don’t even have the time to make yourself a cup of coffee. I have to admit I’m guilty of making the same ol’ spaghetti and meatballs three times in two weeks… There’s nothing wrong with that, of course, and the kids do love it – but I have to say I was getting a little tired of it, myself!
These five awesome pasta recipes will help you get through the dreaded dinner rut, or the busiest week of your life. Seriously, you could make one of these every night of the week, and you wouldn’t hear your family complain. All of these recipes leave room for variation, so you can tweak them as you go to make them taste totally new, each time you serve them.
It’s impossible for me to choose a favorite among these, but #4 is the one I’ve made most recently. I can tell you we had no leftovers whatsoever, and my daughter was practically licking her plate clean. Which one of these is your favorite?
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