When I make more pasta than my husband and I can eat, I freeze the leftovers. It’s simple to put the frozen pasta in boiling water for just a few minutes to heat through. —Sandy L., Butler, Pennsylvania
“I got this recipe 25 years ago from my boyfriend's Italian barber. I've adjusted it a little and now it's my specialty,” writes Jeannie Peirce of Brentwood, California. Whip it up for dinner tonight and freeze any remaing sauce for later.
SINCE I eat very little meat, I'm always on the lookout for vegetarian and low-fat recipes.
I came up with this recipe after a lot of experimenting. I used tomatoes as a base for the sauce, and my version of pasta primavera has been enjoyed by both family and friends.—Clara DelVitto, Midlothian, Virginia
My gang likes the taste of chicken cordon bleu, but I don't like the time required to make it. This skillet sensation, with the addition of broccoli, gives my family the flavors they crave with only a fraction of the work.