This is one of those recipes that I cannot count the amount of times we have had it. 25? 50? 100? 200? More?
During the garden season it becomes a staple and we have it a few times a week. It’s simple, it’s delicious, and you can totally customize depending on the vegetables you have on hand to use. We usually always have it with carrots and sugar snap peas, but don’t be scared to experiment with your own loved veggies! Maybe one week you have a bunch of kale left over and some radishes, throw it in! This pasta dish is known as “Matthew’s Pasta Dish” in our house as he is always the chef of it. Many times during the summer we make smaller bowls for lunch. Sometimes we even have a bowl of it at night in bed. It’s a win win situation all around.
Speaking of carrots, many of you seemed pretty pumped for the upcoming garden season and are interested in starting your own garden. If I could recommend a easy vegetable to start out with, it would definitely be carrots and radishes. Carrots because they are pretty easy to grow, you just kind of plant them and they grow (ok maybe a bit more, but basically). Radishes are great because the turn around is less than a month, and in gardening some quick satisfaction really makes you feel real good.