Linguine With Sun-Dried Tomatoes

  • aubiechic Posted: 04/03/10
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    I would not remake this; it was too similar to a simple pasta-roni and lacked the flavor I had anticipated. It was good but not worth remaking again.

  • adicus Posted: 03/02/10
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    Delicious and very easy. I substituted angel hair (b/c it's my favorite), added the tuna, and omitted the olives. Yum!

  • bigalotbunches Posted: 02/13/10
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    We loved this recipe! It's a little expensive to make. It cost between $15-$20, but it tastes like dishes I've had in Italian restaurants for $12/plate. And it was very quick to make for weeknight meals. I added sliced grilled chicken for extra heartiness. (My teenage boys like meat!)

  • PNO4TE Posted: 02/06/10
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    This was quick to fix and absolutely delicious! You can keep all the ingredients on hand easily and whip it up even in the midst of a snowstorm! We did add the tuna and liked it. We think it would be good with pancetta too.

  • Scline527 Posted: 05/22/10
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    This is a wonderful dish, fast to whip up, and the taste as though you had spent lots of time to prepare. I will serve this dish often.

  • ansleycfoster Posted: 05/15/11
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    YUM! I added chicken breast marinated in a tablespoon of the olive oil from the tomatoes & white wine. I also used whole grain thin spaghetti instead of linguine.

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