Find the answers to questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Functional medicine registered dietitian Lindsay Malone, RD, fields this one about pasta choices.
Not all pasta recipes are based on tomatoes, oil and hard Italian cheeses. This light, creamy recipe offers a new, delicious option.
A new study linking pasta consumption to a lower body mass index (BMI) may have taken you by surprise. But before you start eating pasta for breakfast, lunch and dinner, consider these four factors.
Here’s a trick to keep from overeating pasta: Use a whole-wheat noodle and include a non-starchy vegetable and lean protein, such as spinach and chicken.
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This recipe includes a garden of vegetables — with garlic, tarragon, parsley, and red pepper. It’s also packed with vitamins, phytonutrients and fiber.
This satisfying and flavorful dish is full of healthy ingredients, including salmon, wheat fettuccine, olive oil and marinara sauce. Use red pepper flakes if you prefer a little spice.
Ravioli filled with this savory pumpkin mousse will delight your family and friends. You can also use winter squash or sweet potato. Serve with a savory mushroom sauce.