Christmas Eve Confetti Pasta
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 25 min.
As written, this will probably be too bland and dry for the average palate. I made 1/2 the pasta, 1/2 the red and green peppers, but kept everything else the same and at first taste, it had no flavor. I then started adding in the juice of almost 1 whole large lemon, and kept adding garlic, oregano and Italian seasoning until it had some taste. It was quite good at that point and we enjoyed it.
Yes, I would be willing to try this. The nutritional analysis alone is reason enough. I would add more spice. Also, I would use Italian seasoning instead of oregano; a personal preference. I have made a similar recipe in the past, so I have taken the liberty of giving it four stars.
This was bland, I will make again but double the spices and toss the pasta with butter. I made it in summer and used red and yellow peppers.
We had this for a summer cookout as a cold side dish. The flavor is light, simple, and tasty. I would recommend doubling the dry spices and olive oil.
It's about as far away from Christmas as you can get, but I made this tonight and really enjoyed the light flavor as a summer dinner. I am going to try the leftovers cold tomorrow for lunch.
Delicious and easy. I cut it down to two servings. Other commenters said it was dry so I saved some of the pasta water and added some granulated bouillon and poured that over the shrimp and veggies before I added the pasta. Really good, not soupy, just enough moisture. I used olive oil spray rather than olive oil to cut down on calories a bit. Try it.
Very good dish!! Loved the flavors and shredded Parmesan. Served with salad and corn on the cob.
I made this xmas eve and my family loved it that much I made it again new years eve I used prawns because I couldn,t get shrimps we added our own parmesan and I cut lemon wedges for anyone who wanted them we live in england
I haven't made this yet. It sounds easy enough, and since I was planning to serve shrimp this evening anyways, I think I'll give it a try, but I'll cut the recipe in half.