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.
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!
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.
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!
A great twist on a traditional comfort food.
Oh what to do with one leftover gammon steak and chestnut mushrooms...buy a leek and some low fat cream cheese and make some pasta is what I chose to do. Throw in some garlic and white wine and you have a mighty fine mid-week supper. Yes indeedy.
Incredible, simple and easy! Delicious served with a fresh salad or seasonal vegetables on the side as a complete meal.
A creamy sauce of courgettes, low-fat ricotta and walnuts reinterprets an Italian classic, and makes a wonderful, sophisticated dressing for pasta shells filled with a spinach and herb stuffing.
Fresh pasta sheets are used to form goat cheese stuffed ravioli, which are served with a tomato, pineapple and rocket sauce. This dish is sweet, tangy, creamy and peppery.