Here it is. Presto Pasta 108. You won’t believe the visual feast you are about to experience. We have gotten some of the most amazing dishes ever. If you are hungry now? No worries, you will be by the bottom of the page. Ready?
Elizabeth at Blog from Our Kitchen was the first one in the gate with this Skyliner Chili over pasta. It looks amazing…and now I am hungry for Chili Mac.
Melissa, at Alosha’s Kitchen, submitted one of my favorites. Beef Stroganoff. I love this stuff. I could eat it all day..and then waddle back for more.
How about something really fast? Sarah at Taste My Plate presents her recipe for In a Flash Singapore Noodles. I am getting the chopsticks ready right now.
Abby at Eat the Right Stuff certainly has created the right stuff with the Chinese Spagetti. Just wow. Doesn’t it look fantastic?
Restless Chipotle joins Presto Pasta Nights for the first time with this Spring Pasta. Fresh, delicate, and local. Yum.
Purplesque offers Color Me Green Pasta. Spinach, goat cheese…all the good stuff. This is also Purplesque’s first entry into Presto Pasta!
RedVanilla has a pasta addiction that seems to rival mine. Her entry for this week is Tomato and Mushroom Linguine in Cream Sauce.
Juliette from A Little Foodie created a Roasted Vegetable Puttenesca.
Alice created Fried Laksa Noodle on Bits of Taste. The recipe sounds wonderful and her photography skills are intense.
Next is a dynamic duo, Kerri and Stephan from Dinner Diary. They have submitted this luscious Pork Ragu. Can’t you just smell it?
Ready for something spring-like? Deb from Kahakai Kitchen sent in this Spagetti with Shaved Asparagus. Mmmm. I love asparagus.
Nic created an amazing combination at Lemon and Cheese. Spaghetti with Cream and Scampi Sauce. Another delicious spring pasta meal!
And now, for something completely different. You know, one of the things I absolutely love about Presto Pasta Nights is that there is so much variety in the submissions.
Haalo, who blogs Cook (almost) Anything Once,submitted a Farfalle con Tonno di Coniglio – Farfalle with “Rabbit Tuna. Quick, easy, and it looks amazing.
Ching writes the blog, Little Corner of Mine. She created this Stir Fried Whole Wheat Spagetti with Pork that makes you want to lick your screen.
Kristin made a Tortellini Vegetable “Lasagne”. Looks perfect, quick, easy and delicous. Check it out at Sogkonnite Living.
Are you still hungry? Check out Leslie’s recipe for Angel Hair Pasta Soup on My Asian Kitchen. Looks very filling and yet light.
Kait at Pots and Plots submitted a great looking Rotini and Cheese Primavera. She said she hoped it wasn’t too late but even if it had been how could I resist this?
That’s it for this week. Wasn’t it an incredible round up? A big thanks to everyone who participated. Now..how in the world do I choose which to make for lunch?
Next week’s round up will be hosted byKatie at One Little Corner of the World . You can enter next week’s round up by contacting both her and Ruth: sprange (at) hometel (dot)com and ruth (at) 4everykitchen (dot) com. If you have never participated before you can see the Presto Pasta Nights guidelines here.
Images are the property of the various participants and are used by permission.