this link is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibility guidelines. Drain and transfer into very cold water. 2 tablespoons red wine vinegar (and up to 2 tablespoons more if you, like us, like that extra bite in your dressing) I’m in love with this dressing! I read a delicious recipe… and then I get: ‘one tip to a flat stomach! Thank you from the bottom of my heart. it was soooo wonderful and a nice change from the normal vinaigrette on pasta salads! It is a great recipe for using up all of the vegetables from your garden or farmers market haul. My entire family adored this salad. Thanks for all the delish food. Even happier when I hear kids love the recipe. Can’t wait to try it out in my kitchen! It’s rarely enough to put me off though, haha. Yumm! Needless to say, that dish went right into this salad, though I skimped on the beans because I lack a sous chef and no pasta salad should take hours to prepare. what an absolutely delicious salad. I would use Homemade Tomato Paste if we were in winter, but I love to use fresh cherry tomatoes for this summer pasta to welcome the season. If I was in your situation I would use it as an excuse to eat. Thank you for a wonderful staple recipe! This is a great pea year in New England. Cut down 3lb of belly fat with this secret!’… X__X. Thanks for sharing. And you can get to the pasta and whatever peas or beans you have on hand and just stop there, or you can continue with a vinaigrette that might be my new favorite. cannot wait to create the dressing!… & your goat cheese,asparagus & lemon pasta sounds perfect! 23 %. I love pasta salads, and this one looks exceptional!! Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This is awesome! Get inspired to make your porch your new favorite living space with these ideas designed to add a refined look to any outdoor space. I made this last night, with the additions of some basil in the dressing and a good hunk of goat cheese stirred in while the pasta was still warm. I’ll admit I’m a wuss on the tangy stuff. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! :). Absolutely wonderful, skipped artichoke hearts, not familiar with them. Love the recipe too. This sounds so delicious! I made this yesterday for a friend’s potluck and it was soooo yummy. So good warm or cold. Add the feta cheese and basil and stir again. Thanks Deb for a good summer recipe! WOW!! (Sometimes too good. When you need a comforting meal but don't have a lot of time, whip up one of these fast pasta recipes. Stir and take it from heat. You will see how they become very lovely green after this swimming and cooling process. Add the pasta and cook until al dente; drain, then rinse … This looks really, really good. Today, my eyes leaped out of my head (definitely should have eaten breakfast first, now I’m starving!) Looks delish. thanx for sharing resto leon…will give it a try! You can create a unique pasta recipe whenever you make it with the ingredients you like. Used whole wheat shells and fresh asparagus in place of the snow peas. Most of the dressing got absorbed into the pasta which made me sad. Fantastic. I am actually really jazzed at the idea of shelling peas–sounds like gloriously hypnotic work. Even my pea-hating husband ate a bunch, although he would have preferred it without. Much, much better! Your email address will not be published. Our kitchen is always open! To use up the remainder, I am going to make the salad soon (my peas will soon be ready); I was wondering if anyone has frozen the dressing? But only because it’s you. Thanks! The vegetables make the salad bright and colorful! I love how little peas get stuck in the pasta shells. Easy Summer Pasta Salad-a simple pasta salad recipe that is perfect for all of your summer BBQ’s and potlucks! I’m eager to make this! Like yours! You may need to add more salad dressing or mayo as the pasta tends to absorb it the longer you store it. For lunch today, I added some chopped onion and a little mayo to my Italian dressing to top the salad. I feel the same way about not wasting fresh vegetables. Very unusual, and has a sort of Ottolenghi flair to it. I will be making the dressing (and passing it on)! Pasta is for all seasons. If I might comment on the add just below the recipe though. Here you will find seasonal recipes mostly from Mediterranean and Turkish cuisines. I made it yesterday and it was good enough that both myself and my husband went back for seconds!