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Old 04-18-2010, 07:23 PM   #1
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I am so silly. I purchased the bow ties because I liked them (as art) and they were different from macaroni or the rotini. Now, I have no idea what kind of dish you fix with these. I thought I'd try something new.

Do any of you have a special dish for these?

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cook up the pasta. Saute some onions and garlic in olive oil. Add some cut up sundried tomatoes. Toss that with the pasta. top with feta cheese. So simple and so yummy! Sometimes I'll add asparagus to it or broccoli, I prefer the lightness of the asparagus though. For asparagus I add it to the onions and garlic saute. Broccoli I boil it to cook it and then add it with the pasta and toss.
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cook up the pasta. Saute some onions and garlic in olive oil. Add some cut up sundried tomatoes. Toss that with the pasta. top with feta cheese. So simple and so yummy! Sometimes I'll add asparagus to it or broccoli, I prefer the lightness of the asparagus though. For asparagus I add it to the onions and garlic saute. Broccoli I boil it to cook it and then add it with the pasta and toss.
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That actually sounds good. I think I'll give it a try, too.
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Yeah, it's very quick and easy. It's also very comforting to eat It's a throw together, and soo yummy! I'm glad I could share
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