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.See Popular Pasta Primavera Recipes
This meatless entree uses chicken broth and a little cornstarch instead of the usual cream and butter to make a tasty but lighter version of classic pasta primavera.
This restaurant favorite is a cinch to make at home. The veggies get great flavor because they cook in the sauce, and the whole dish is ready to serve in just 35 minutes!
Using oven-ready lasagna noodles makes this recipe simple to prepare...and layering vegetables into the lasagna is a brilliant way to add flavor and lighten up this delicious dish.
Ready in a snap, the whole family will love this luscious pasta and veggie dish. Using cream of chicken soup and a frozen vegetable combination makes it especially easy for the cook.
Asparagus, sweet peppers, summer squash, and mushrooms combine with ginger-accented chicken for a family-pleasing skillet meal.
Need a dish to pass for a potluck? Here's a pasta salad tossed with a creamy dressing that's ready in less than 30 minutes.
Everyone will eat their veggies when they taste this delicious dish. It features wide ribbons of pappardelle pasta tossed with vegetables in a savory Italian sauce.
Substitute any combination of fresh vegetables, measuriing about 4-1/2 cups of cut-up vegetables before cooking this vegetarian main dish.
Save some valuable preparation time by enjoying the premium canned chicken for this popular meal. .
This popular Italian side dish always includes pasta and vegetables. This version features broccoli, carrots and pea pods.
This whole wheat pasta bowl is brimming with summer vegetables, including green beans, carrots, and zucchini. Basil adds a crowning burst of freshness.
Celebrate summer and garden-fresh vegetables by fixing this great meatless main dish.
Vegetables stirred into this all-time-favorite comfort food recipe makes it higher in nutrition per serving than plain mac-and-cheese.
This picnic salad is a medley of rice, vegetables, and tofu that's a meal in itself. Because there's no mayonnaise in it, there's little risk of it spoiling on a hot day, though it should be kept as cool as possible. The rice will absorb more moisture when the salad is chilled, so you may have to adjust seasonings and add a drop of vinegar or olive oil before serving.
Here's a delicious departure from the usual summer picnic fare. A great way to put those fresh summer vegetables and herbs to good use -- in a dish that will be popular with the whole crowd.
This quick meatless pasta meal is flavored with a simple tomato-wine sauce.