Chopped nuts are unusual in pasta, but they pair brilliantly with the earthy Gorgonzola in this creamy weeknight dish. Toasting the nuts deepens their flavor, so don’t skip this step.
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Serve with a simple green salad dressed with homemade Balsamic Vinaigrette.
To wilt the spinach perfectly, put it in a colander and drain the pasta over it.
Great weeknight meal that comes together very quickly. Would be wonderful with salmon or grilled chicken breast. Next time I would add just a little more Gorgonzola than called for.
This is very good and oh so fast. I used a lot more cheese because that's the way we like it.
Quick-n-easy. For the ones who find it "too rich" try melting the gorgonzola in milk, then add arrowroot to bind.
This has become a staple recipe at our house!!!! It has a delicate sauce with exploding flavor. We love how easy and effortless this recipe is.
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