This is perhaps the cheesiest, creamiest pasta recipe out there. Rigatoni pasta is tossed in a creamy sauce with Cheddar, Gouda, Parmesan and blue cheese dressing. If you don't have blue cheese dressing, mix some crumbled blue cheese with a bit of cream.
A fantastic pasta dish, that's simple to make and utterly delicious. Pasta is slowly cooked with soured cream and cottage cheese.
This is a delicious and simple vegetarian pasta dish. Use your favourite blue cheese -- I always use Danish blue as I'm a lover of strong flavours. Use spinach fettucine if you like!
Portobello mushrooms and Gorgonzola cheese add depth to this simple pasta bake. Use your favourite pasta shapes for variety.
This lower fat version of a pasta cream sauce with light cream cheese and skimmed milk works for anyone wanting to lose some calories without losing flavour! For added flavour try using a garlic and herb Parmesan cheese blend; to increase fibre content use wholewheat pasta. Easily doubled for when you need more than 2 servings. Enjoy!
I learnt this at school and use it now years after I've left. All round lovely meal. Nice change from the usual macaroni cheese.
Total comfort food! And great as a side dish to chicken or pork. For the cheese, you can use grated Parmesan or other mature hard cheese, or even a cream cheese.
A dish that nobody at home can complain about (unless they are vegetarian). Delicious tomato sauce combined with tasty bacon, all baked with melted cheese on top.
Along with other infamous dishes, such as carbonara and amatriciana, 'Spaghetti alla gricia' is served in every restaurant in Rome! It is a very simple dish of pasta, cured pork and cheese. Like other local dishes, the traditional version uses guanciale, a bacon-style cured meat from around the pig's cheek. It's a very old recipe - some say that this was the dish Romans cooked before tomatoes were available in Italy.
A true Italian classic! Considering its simplicity, there's only one rule to respect when you are making this fabulous dish: use Italian ingredients!