Healthy Pasta Dishes
From Asian noodles to pasta primavera and more, we have dozens of recipes for healthy pasta dishes. Whether it's topped with a fresh tomato sauce or tossed with seafood, pasta makes a healthy choice every time.See Popular Healthy Pasta Dishes Recipes
One of my goals for the new year is to cook one meatless dinner per week. Recipes like Greek Quinoa with Avocados make it easy to stick to that goal. Why the push for meatless?
Juicy Italian sausage, creamy ricotta cheese, and bright, peppery fresh basil lend incredible flavor to this vibrant pasta dish. Rich pine nuts and nutritious asparagus add texture and dimension. When buying asparagus, look for firm, bright green stalks with tight tips. If stems are tough, simply remove the outer layer with a vegetable peeler.
Here's a great-tasting, meatless version of the popular Greek dish.
For a light and springy pasta dinner, try this pea, basil and Parmesan pesto, then top things off with strips of salty prosciutto.
Don't save scallops solely for restaurant meals. They're remarkably fast (and tasty) to prepare at home.
Pasta and potato salads are staples of the barbecue-and-picnic season. Both are high in carbohydrates, but when pasta and potatoes are cooked and then cooled, some of their starches are converted to "resistant" starches, which pass through the body undigested. To be sure, the effect is fairly small, shaving only a few calories from each serving.
You love vegetarian pizza. You're nuts about healthy chicken dishes. Can't live without pasta.
This low-fat pasta recipe is an ideal side dish to serve with grilled or roasted beef or chicken.
Prefer another protein? Toss in leftover chicken or steak in place of the ham in this baked pasta dish.
For a complete pasta dinner in 20 minutes, toss steamed spring vegetables with pasta and a light white wine and garlic sauce. Add grilled steak, chicken or shrimp for more protein.
In just 30 minutes, you can cook the pasta, stir-fry the veggies, cook the scallops in wine, and toss it all together to produce this superb dish.
This hearty yet healthy ham and pasta bake is served in individual ramekins so there's no need to fight over the biggest portion.
Thanks to a zippy anchovy paste and peppery arugula, pasta and potatoes combine for a fast, easy and super flavorful recipe.
The tomato and turkey sausage sauce nestles in a crust of baked vermicelli in this family-pleasing recipe.
Pasta is often called a guilty pleasure. However, with a little creativity and know-how, this beloved dish can easily drop the "guilty" without losing any of the pleasure. The changes needed to transform pasta from a calorie- (and carb-!)
On a busy night, turn to this quick one-pot pasta dinner. Serve with a bowl of berries and cream for dessert to cover all of your nutrition bases.
Prefer ravioli? Serve the fresh vegetable sauce over a 9-ounce package of refrigerated ravioli.