This classic Italian pasta primavera features several recipe variations - smoky, asparagus, herbed, light, and garden vegetable. Easy-to-prepare, these yummy pasta primavera recipes can be on the table in a snap.
Asparagus, sweet peppers, summer squash, and mushrooms combine with ginger-accented chicken for a family-pleasing skillet meal.
Take the struggle out of lasagna creation by making the Italian dinner in your slow cooker! This vegetarian recipe calls for store-bought Alfredo mix to speed up the prep process even more.
Substitute any combination of fresh vegetables, measuriing about 4-1/2 cups of cut-up vegetables before cooking this vegetarian main dish.
This whole wheat pasta bowl is brimming with summer vegetables, including green beans, carrots, and zucchini. Basil adds a crowning burst of freshness.
This popular Italian side dish always includes pasta and vegetables. This version features broccoli, carrots and pea pods.
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.
Vegetables stirred into this all-time-favorite comfort food recipe makes it higher in nutrition per serving than plain mac-and-cheese.
Celebrate summer and garden-fresh vegetables by fixing this great meatless main dish.
Fresh vegetables tossed with fun shaped pasta make this low-calorie vegetarian meal nice for entertaining.
This quick meatless pasta meal is flavored with a simple tomato-wine sauce.
Fresh, tender vegetables stand in for the pasta in this dish that's the perfect vehicle for your farmers market haul.
Strands of spaghetti squash topped with herbed spaghetti sauce made with vegetable crumbles is a vegetarian recipe with family appeal.
Start with pasta and fresh vegetables, then pick the sauce that fits your mood: lemon-basil, creamy Parmesn or peppercorn-ranch.
Low-fat evaporated milk makes a lightened up cheese sauce for the pasta and vegetables in this 30-minute dinner.
This creamy one-pot vegetarian pasta dinner comes together in less than half an hour!
Fire-roasting the vegetables in this recipe brings out their natural sweetness. Try this the next time you grill for a new favorite meatless main dish.