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- August 16, 2003 at 4:24 pm #249980
Do I have recipes?!?! You bet! Tell you what- I will share a couple
tried and true and then list others so you can tell me what you are
interested in, ok?
I’ll include recipes for the pasta and the
tomatoes… as i have a lot of pasta recipes that don’t use
crockpot chunky tomato soup
hoppin’ john pasta
vermicelli lo mein
pasta with artichokes
barbeque chicken pasta
myo rice-a-roni- you could look this up yourself, i haven’t gotten a
recipe to really work for me yet
garlic chicken pasta
i have a list of both warm and cold pasta tosses, that i may have
even gotten from this list 😉
whitefish and linguine w/ lemon-caper sauce
nutty pasta twists
nondairy macaroni and “cheese”
cheese and pasta pie
luscious layered dinner (a crockpot casserole)
spaghetti peices could easily sub for pasta shapes in minestrone and
similar italian soups- i have some recipes if you need them- and
would also make a good chicken noodle soup- sorry, no recipe
pistou veggie soup
crock bean chili
chili sin carne
black bean soup
simple italian herb pasta
from two sisters cookbook- you can buy online
this recipe made me very popular with dh’s co-workers, but he’s a
little tired of it.
1 lb. angel hair (or other) pasta
1 1/2c. olive oil
2 garlic cloves, minced (I double this or more)
1 1/2t basil
1t crushed rosemary
Cook and drain pasta. In a small bowl, combine remaining
ingredients. Add oil mixture to pasta and toss well.
To make an
entree, add any of the following ingredients: sauteed broccoli, red
peppers, carrots, black olives, sun-dried tomatoes or cauliflower.
pasta topping (tnt)
this is a great contrast- crunchy topping on soft noodles, and dh
1/3 c. parmesan
1 c. bread crumbs
2T olive oil
2 garlic cloves, finely chopped
Heat medium nonstick skillet over medium heat. Add breadcrumbs and
garlic; drizzle 1 tablespoon oil over. Stir until breadcrumbs are
golden brown, about 5 minutes.
Remove from heat. Add Parmesan cheese
and toss to blend. Set aside.
Mexican-Style Bow Ties ** So good!! if you like tex-mex at all
from Leanne Elly’s Menu-Mailer
8 ounces bow tie pasta (or whatever other pasta you prefer)
8 ounces lean ground beef
1 16-ounce can pinto beans — drained (or equivalent homemade, 2
1/2 teaspoon ground cumin
1 teaspoon chili powder
1 15-ounce can chopped tomatoes, undrained
1 8-ounce cans whole kernel corn — drained
1 small green bell pepper — chopped
1/2 cup shredded Cheddar cheese (I use low-fat)
1/2 cup sliced green onions
1 cup low-fat sour cream
1/2 cup salsa
1/2 cup broken tortilla chips
Prepare pasta according to package directions; drain.
In a medium skillet, brown ground beef and drain. Add beans, cumin
and chili powder; heat through. In large bowl, combine pasta, meat
mixture, tomatoes, corn, green pepper, cheese and onions.
bowl, combine sour cream and salsa. Add to salad mixture and toss
well. Serve warm, garnished with tortilla chips and additional salsa.
Per Serving: 353 Calories; 11g Fat (27.6% calories from fat); 17g
Protein; 48g Carbohydrate; 7g Dietary Fiber; 31mg Cholesterol; 503mg
Sodium. Exchanges: 2 1/2 Grain(Starch); 1 Lean Meat; 1/2 Vegetable;
0 Non-Fat Milk; 1 1/2 Fat.
serving hints: this easy and fast to prepare skillet dinner would be
great with a spinach salad. i make mine very simply with 1 clove
pressed garlic, rice wine vinegar and olive oil (2:1) tossed well.
Everyone loves it.
Also, regarding the tomatoes, I’m sure you could substitute the
diced and whole canned tomatoes for fresh tomatoes in many recipes.
Check out https://southernfood.about.com/library/info/blcooks.htm,
letter ‘T’ under food quantities and yeilds for how many cups to sub
for one tomato, etc. Very helpful link :).
— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “Ang”
> I just wanted to share with everyone some of the great deals I got
> morning at my local salvage store. I don’t usually get that many
> so I was blown away by what they had this morning:
> -a 20 lb. box of spinich noodles $3.00
> – a 20 lb.
box of fettucine $3.00
> -12 packages of egg noodles $0.25 each
> -16 packages of pearl pasta $0.25 each
> -29 cans (28 oz each) diced and whole tomatoes $0.10 each
> -6 28 oz cans pasta sauce $0.50 each
> -3 100 oz cans crushed tomatoes $1.50 each
> -gallon jug of bruschetta starter (basically flavoured oil) $0.50
> And remember, all those prices are in Canadian dollars!! We won’t
> for pasta or tomatoes for a while! If anyone has any unusual and
> recipes for noodles or canned tomatoes, I would love to try them!!
> Have a great (and frugal!) day!
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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