How to Make Fresh Gluten-Free Pasta
Making pasta from scratch is a cathartic experience that gluten-free cooks shouldn't miss out on
Making pasta from scratch is a cathartic experience that gluten-free cooks shouldn't miss out on
Inspired by a classic Naples dish, Suzy Karadsheh's spin on spaghetti makes olive oil and fresh veggies the star of your plate.
This just might be the easiest pasta recipe you'll ever make.
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These small-but-mighty seeds are usually enjoyed whole, but we cleverly worked the healthful superheroes into three nutritious dishes.
Skip the pine nuts and try sunflower seeds instead to make your pesto even nuttier – and healthier!
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Step away from the room-temp sauce and leave your pasta water in the pot – it’s time to correct your awful pasta mistakes and start improving your bad habits.
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No need to dirty two pots to make this vegetable-rich dish. Here, we cook the pasta right in the skillet with the sauce for quick cleanup.
This creamy plant-based pasta recipe is ready for sweater season.
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Juicy shrimp meets fresh tomatoes in this light and easy pasta. Throw it together in 30 minutes for the ultimate summer-fresh dinner.
Roasting tomatoes and garlic to make fresh pasta sauce gives it a deep, rich and smoky flavor that takes hearty chickpea pasta to the next level.
Revolutionize your pantry with these allergen and guilt-free pastas, top-shelf EVOOs and the purest honeys, sauces, and seasonings. Here are our 2021 Clean Choice Award winners.
Have you already conquered the world of bread? Is there no more challenge for you when it comes to baking? Then mix up a dough of a different kind and start making your own pasta at home. No matter what kind of pasta you enjoy, it’s possible to make it in the comfort of your own kitchen — that is, if you have the right tools. There are a variety of pasta makers out there for a large range of prices and experience levels. How do you know which is right for you? Check out these four pasta makers to start.
Want to flex your creative muscles, gain valuable cooking skills and reduce waste all at the same time? We’re showing you how to break free from relying on a recipe so you can improvise dinner with ingredients you have on hand.
Who doesn’t love a rich, gooey pasta bake, especially when all the work was done weeks ago? In this freezer-friendly recipe, we undercook the penne so it’s perfectly al dente (never overdone) once baked. Garnish with parsley or basil before serving.
Lasagna screams of comfort food. Constructed from layers of cheese, noodles, and creamy sauces, lasagna makes a warm and cozy meal. Whether you prefer your lasagna meaty or loaded with veggies, we've rounded up 15 lasagna recipes you and your family will love.
Never mind the recipe, just get in the kitchen and cook! We’ve got proven formulas for stir-fries, pastas, sheet-pan meals, tacos, salads and bowls that will expand your culinary prowess and help you improvise more in the kitchen.
Roasting garlic is an easy way to add intense flavor to your meals. Here, we blend it with tender, sweet turnip and a touch of Parmesan to make a surprisingly creamy sauce – without any cream.
We were excited to sit down down with Joy McCarthy, a Mother’s Day aficionada, to find out what she does with her family every year on this special day.
Also known as Italian or red chicory, radicchio is a brilliantly-colored lettuce that looks like a small cabbage. A cup of raw radicchio has only 9 calories, with nearly 130% of the daily value (DV) for vitamin K.
The red enchilada sauce takes just minutes to make and adds a serious kick to this veggie lasagna.
Our fresh take on pesto uses roasted zucchini and toasted sunflower seeds for maximum flavor.
Simple, wholesome ingredients and a speedy cook time make this dish a go-to weeknight comfort meal.
Turkey bacon adds a salty, savory quality to this chicken cannelloni with Asiago and mozzarella cheeses and a creamy béchamel sauce.
Skip the trip to your neighborhood trattoria this week and try our über-rich and indulgent pasta instead. Mascarpone and Parmesan cheeses join forces to make it creamy, while mushrooms, cherry tomatoes and chives give it fresh, bright flavor.
Layering half of the cheddar inside this casserole ensures every bite is cheesy. Ancho chile powder gives this dish a touch of smoky heat without being overly spicy, but if you don’t have it on hand, feel free to use regular chile powder instead. Serve with lime wedges for a hit of acidity.
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Give takeout a run for its money with our healthier – and much cheaper – Clean Eating recipe, which calls on pantry staples and a few Asian-inspired ingredients to deliver flavor in just 35 minutes!
Craving comfort food without the guilt? Turkey and mushrooms slash the fat and calories of classic ragu while retaining all of the flavor and richness.
Tender eggplant, mushrooms and sweet bell pepper are slow simmered in juicy tomatoes for a delicious, savory dish. Paired with whole-grain penne, this stew makes a hearty meal.
Chicken, pasta and cheese get dressed up with balsamic glazed figs and herbs in this comforting yet elegant dish.
Got 30 minutes? You've got a fresh, healthy homemade dinner.
Try this bright and clean twist on pesto pasta from Candice Kumai and enjoy a perfect and practical fuss-free meal tonight.
Perfectly crisp-tender green beans add crunch to this seared tuna salad with olives and tarragon mustard vinaigrette.
Toasted curry powder is combined with yogurt, buttermilk and mayonnaise for an aromatic and creamy dressing for this curry pasta salad.
In this gorgeous, bright dish, basil is used in two ways – it's blended into a creamy garlic buttermilk sauce and also used as a garnish for extra impact.
This quintessential spring pasta, brimming with fresh seasonal herbs such as mint, parsley and tarragon, works hot, cold or at room temperature as a side dish or entrée.
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Sweet delicate crab shines in this simple but delectable dish with zesty lemon, fresh parsley and a touch of chile!
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Green goddess dressing normally refers to a creamy dressing made with mayonnaise, herbs and other ingredients. In this pasta salad, though, we pack an array of fresh herbs – parsley, cilantro, dill and mint – into the salad itself, then toss it with a creamy coconut dressing for maximum decadence.
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Asparagus, peas, carrot and artichoke create a bone-warming primavera that works equally well with seared scallops or sauteed adzuki beans.
Toasted in oil until golden brown, these Fideos (Spanish for noodles) are paired with a rich and flavorful tomato sauce and then tossed with savory shrimp or topped with an egg, served sunnyside up.
The traditional Chinese New Year marks the beginning of the Lunar New Year in February, officially welcoming spring. Celebrate with our new take on a rich soup, which is chock-full of flavorful early spring produce.
The natural sweetness in corn gives this dish an irresistible boost when paired with a creamy cheese filling. You'll want to make extra roasted red pepper sauce, a new twist on classic tomato.
You'll love how fresh your pesto tastes when you make it yourself, and the abundance of omega-3s make this a wholesome meatless Monday meal!
Making your own pesto is just about as easy as it gets – ours uses a fragrant mix of fresh mint and basil, while walnuts offer an omega-3-rich alternative to pine nuts!
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Adding silken tofu to our tomato sauce ramps up the quick dish's protein count, while sun-dried tomatoes, parmesan, red pepper flakes and diced tomato give it plenty of zesty flavor!
Despite decadent chunks of melty Brie, this pasta dish is surprisingly light, perfect for spring and as easy to make (just 15 minutes!) as it is tasty.
There's just a dab of goat cheese in this recipe, adding creaminess and a bright tang to the dish without adding a heap of fat or calories.
We make the turkey chili that fills the layers of our lasagna from scratch, and this simple, speedy recipe can be used in other dishes too (think: as a pasta topper, bread bowl filler, spooned onto nachos, and the list goes on).
Forget about a boring tuna sandwich for lunch - with just 10 minutes of work, this light and colorful tuna salad will fill you up without weighing you down.
Ham, mushrooms, Dijon mustard and Swiss cheese give our newfangled mac & cheese exceptional flavor - and an exceptionally low calorie count (just 299)!
Thai cuisine is beloved for its pungent flavors and fiery curries. In this noodle bowl, we've used the sweet creaminess of light coconut milk and the good-for-you monounsaturated fat of natural peanut butter to balance the sharper tastes of garlic, ginger and spicy red pepper.
This Asian-inspired salmon salad makes a hearty winter lunch or a flavorsome summer picnic dish - either way, it's a satisfying meal ready in just 30 minutes!
We've chosen to keep it light for this steak pasta recipe with a tomato-based sauce smoothed with sour cream. Top that off with lean steak and lesser-known whole-wheat farfalle pasta, and you've got yourself a deliciously clean dinner sure to please any pasta lover in your family.
Melded with one pound of whole-wheat linguine, our pesto recipe provides a filling meal without the fat of traditional, heavier pestos. The vibrant green translates into ample chlorophyll, which helps trigger hemoglobin and red blood cell production.
We've taken your favorite classic carbonara and reinvented it with the same velvety texture that you're used to - but without the cream. Fresh asparagus adds a touch of color and texture, while chicken sausage stands in for bacon to provide meaty flavor.
Our cleaned-up redo of this timeless classic conjures up memories of your favorite Italian restaurant meal, but with less fat!
Bridge the gap between surf and turf by serving up seared scallops, a dinner option that's as fresh and delicate as it is substantial and rich.
Hell's Kitchen champ Christina Machamer's hearty basil pesto - traditional as it is - isn't "weighted" in the past, thanks to the use of Fontinella cheese or low-fat Parmesan. Plus, you can play around with different herbs to make novel pestos.
Treat guests to a restaurant-worthy pasta dinner without the butter usually found in this type of ravioli dish. We opt instead for flavorful leeks and broth (plus a sprinkle of pumpkin seeds!).
You might not think that you can make pasta in your slow cooker, but this scrumptious, Mediterranean-inspired rotini will prove otherwise. Shrimp adds lean protein while roasted peppers and olives add some extra zing.
You'll love our crispy garlic, bread crumb and walnut topping! Try it on all your favorite pastas and casseroles.
After a year and a half of eating clean and a 43-pound weight loss, one of our readers shares a secret for sneaking added nutrition into a family favorite: pasta.
We add depth to the Tetra Pak tomatoes by simmering them with onions, tomato paste, garlic and red pepper flakes. This process also thickens the sauce so it lightly coats the penne instead of drowning it.
Here's a good way to sneak some greens into your kids – and time into your schedule! These lasagna-style roll-ups can be made ahead of time and reheated for a quick, easy weeknight meal.
Bolognese sauce is a rich ragu that simmers for hours, coaxing flavor from aromatic vegetables. Our plant-based lentil bolognese honors its roots with steady (thankfully quicker!) preparation that persuades sweet notes from caramelized vegetables.
The blank canvas that it is, orzo perfectly picks up the flavors in our orange citrus vinaigrette. Springy fennel adds texture, plus dietary fiber, vitamin C, folate, potassium and manganese.
Hearty and robust, this dish is a Greek twist on a traditional Bolognese. Sharp feta and creamy, low-fat ricotta top it off and mint adds a pop of freshness.
Robin Miller, host of Food Network's Quick Fix Meals and best-selling cookbook author, cuts calories, fat and sodium from an Italian favorite. Even Nonna would approve!
This reader's love of garlic and fresh cilantro comes together in a Clean Eating magazine–approved dish that's sure to please! Customize the flavor by swapping out shrimp for your favorite fish.
The eggplant is native to southern India, called "aubergine" in France and found most commonly in its plump purple Italian form (or in its slender Japanese form, a good substitute), which we've used here to create a hearty and super-chunky tomato sauce.
Creamed corn always feels warm and homey – we've stripped ours of the traditionally fatty butter and cream, favoring small curd cottage cheese instead. Combined with chunky tuna and whole grain pasta, it's a heaping bowl of nostalgia!
A fun spin on the well-known restaurant appetizer, this stir-fry version becomes a rich and hearty dinnertime meal with all the traditional flavor elements: sweet bell pepper, smoky ham, Parmesan cheese, bread crumbs, salty clams and oregano.