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Food 50+ Easy Pasta Recipes for Weeknight Dinners

04:05  15 january  2020
04:05  15 january  2020 Source:   goodhousekeeping.com

Yesterday’s Soup Just Became Today’s Pasta Sauce

  Yesterday’s Soup Just Became Today’s Pasta Sauce A new book has a smart tip for making yesterday’s soup exciting again—and, in the process, avoiding Big Pot Fatigue.That’s all true. But what is less frequently talked about is the downside of the big pot, and that’s getting sick of eating what the big pot holds. How much marinara can a person eat in a week before feeling like he’s stuck in a dystopian nightmare where the only form of food is take-out from the red sauce joint? I call this Big Pot Fatigue, and with marinara it’s not as bad as it could be—you can at least use the stuff in different ways (here we list eight). Where Big Pot Fatigue really sets in is with dishes that aren’t as easily repurposed.

1 Easy Dinner Recipes for Busy Weeknights . Everybody understands the struggle of getting dinner on the table after a long day. This pasta dinner is a game changer: You use just enough liquid to cook the pasta --no colander needed. Recipe adapted from our sister publication Southern Living.

Here are 12 easy pasta recipes to try in that almost-too-busy-to-boil-water spirit When the idea of doing anything beyond boiling water is way too much, turn to this easy uncooked pasta sauce.

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Marinara vs. Tomato Sauce: What’s the Difference? .
Confused about the difference between marinara and tomato sauce? They're both made with tomatoes, but one is thicker and more complex than the other. Here's how to make and use each one. We often see the terms "tomato sauce" and "marinara" used interchangeably on the jars of sauce in the grocery store. You'll even find some specifically labeled as spaghetti sauce or pizza sauce.

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