|The Kitchen Garden Cookbook|
|by Sylvia Thompson|
As every gardener knows, there's no stalk of asparagus as wonderful as one you raised yourself, and you want to make the most of it.
Tip: Try pasta salad for more results.
1 - 10 of 21 for ziti pasta salad
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Place the olive ... over cooked hot pasta, stir well, ... be served at room temperature. Variation: Add a teaspoon or so of freshly squeezed lemon juice.
Cook pasta noodles as directed ... Pour Paul Newman's salad dressing over ingredients ... with rolls. It is great both hot and cold. And it is low in fat!
Cook pasta as directed; drain, ... Add desired combination of meats, cheeses and vegetables and toss again thoroughly. Chill several hours before serving.
In an oiled ... water boil the ziti until it is ... to the ziti salad. To the ... the salad well, and season it with salt and black pepper. Serves 8-10.
Cook broccoli firm. Cook pasta al dente. Crush ... oil, basil, salt, and pepper. Mix all together well. Add Parmesan or Romano cheese. Refrigerate. Serve.
Bring a 4-quart ... to water. Add ziti. Boil for ... usually surround the bowl with dill weed like a Christmas wreath and use the chopped tomatoes as berries.
Boil ziti, rinse in cold water. Mix all ingredients until blended, place in refrigerator for 20 minutes, then serve. Serves 6 to 8.
Mix oil, vinegar and spices in a jar. Combine pasta, tomatoes, olives and cheese. Chill to marinate. Before serving add greens and toss to mix.
Cook ziti according to package ... lightly and chill. About 4 servings. Also add if desired: sliced olives, flaked tuna, pine nuts, any fresh vegetable.
Cook macaroni. Set aside to cool and drain. Cube cheese, dice pepper and cucumber, grate carrot. Blend all dressing ingredients together. Add ...
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