This quick pasta is spring incarnate: fresh baby vegetables and their tender shoots, delicate pasta, and a light, brothy sauce.
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Serve the pasta with Garlic-Parmesan Bread.
To peel fava beans, shuck them and cook them in boiling salted water until tender, 1 to 2 minutes, then rinse them with cold water and peel off the skin.
This is excellent. I used lentil penne pasta for our gluten free family. Cut butter in half and sauted the veggies in olive oil. Used broccoli, carrots, onions, peppers and petite peas. Will make again.
Very Good! I made the ragout with half the butter and served it with grilled salmon instead of the pasta. It was excellent and healthy!
Outstanding side dish although I did forget the lemon zest. Can't wait to try it again when fresh peas are available - Yum
I made this the day I got the magazine...It's FANTASTIC!!!!! Even without the herbs (didn't have), and lemon zest (I forgot!) Also I didn't have fresh pasta...just used whole grain angel hair. A keeper! Thank you sooo much!!
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