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Fresh tomato and cheddar pasta

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Bumping. Remember seeing this back in the spring...finally getting around to trying it...


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I've enjoyed it every time I've made it. It's a winner.

 

DebinMich., are you still around?


Tish

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Still haven't made it...forgot we had a swim meet last night and I have some other stuff in the fridge we need to finish up first. Hopefully will make it tomorrow as I have some fresh basil I MUST use soon!

 

Does anyone else plan entire meals around 1 small item/ingredient (e.g., the basil) that they can't stand to waste?


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No, I've always just used regular pasta (it looks "cleaner"), or maybe Ronzoni's Smart Taste (or something like that), it looks like white pasta.


Tish

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FINALLY made this tonight and it was awesome! And DH, who is more of a meat-n-potatoes type, liked it too. I used mini bowtie pasta (farfelle?) and it worked out nicely. I might add more basil next time.


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Is this really 8 points for the entire end product? So if it was divided into 4 portions, each would be 2 points? Or am I having a clueless moment....

 

Sounds good!

 

Glenda


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We had it as a main dish, so I doubled the recipe as written and we each had half of the end product. I actually counted it as 7 points per portion: 3 points for 1 cup of pasta and 2 points per ounce of cheese. If made as written and using as a side (4 servings), I would count it as 2 points per serving.


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