Servings: 4 to 6
This easy weeknight recipe is a complete one-dish meal. Cooking the pasta, peas, and asparagus together is efficient, and adding goat cheese at the end creates a creamy sauce.
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I don't know why I didn't read the reviews before I made this, or I would have added more goat cheese and less oil, or even heated the garlic in the oil first to extract flavor. Next time I will use more garlic and goat cheese, but what a delicious, easy spring dish! For me the mint did make it.
I make this recipe every spring for the last three years! It is a true weeknight winner. I prefer to grill the asparagus before adding them to the pasta, and I use much more goat cheese and Parmesan cheese. The more cheese the better for me! Fine cooking's recipes are instrumental in my repertoire, and this one is no different. Thank you!
WOW! This is the finest of Fine Cooking. The flavors are a perfect combination, so fresh and full of Spring! I cut down on the olive oil as suggested by another reviewer and still needed no pasta water. The suggestion of Red Zin for wine was spot on! YUM!!
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