Pappardelle with Roasted Winter Squash, Arugula, and Pine Nuts

  • bellymama Posted: 03/26/11
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    Yum! Quick and easy. I used peeled and diced squash from Trader Joes to save time. This recipe is going into our weeknight recipe binder. It was a bit dry so I added a little extra pasta water and drizzled olive oil on top.

  • wcgnrkg Posted: 03/31/09
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    This recipe is great with one addition. I add cooked, sliced prosciutto when I toss the pasta together. It adds a little extra flavor. In addition, I don't always add the arugula. I've added cabbage instead, or completely left it out.

  • Stacey0902 Posted: 01/30/11
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    This was super simple and very very good. The kids were into the squash before I could get it mixed in. Had it while in the middle of a snow storm and it was a great cozy comfort food.

  • cookfromsocal Posted: 10/20/11
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    Hubby and I really enjoyed this meal. I used fettuccine noodles, couldn't find pappardelle. Pine nuts are really expensive now, $10.00 for a 2 ou bag so I used walnuts instead. Next time will put more squash in as I love butternut squash. A definite repeat.

  • Mama2BabyP Posted: 10/04/11
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    This recipe became our inaugural meal for our foray into Meatless Mondays. We will definitely enjoy this recipe again. I prepared it as directed, reserving pasta water as recommended, and it was excellent. The balsamic was a nice compliment to the butternut squash. Next time we will add a few more pine-nuts (as requested by my husband).

  • EllenDeller Posted: 09/12/12
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    Loved this--easy and pretty to look at also. I used fettucini since no store in town sells papardelle and added thin slices of capocollo (cured Italian meat, sold at our Wal-Mart) to the pine nut/garlic mixture. Also used white wine instead of cooking liquid. Buying pre-chopped butternut squash (also at Wal-Mart in bags) meant the squash only needed 15 minutes and the dish was much faster to assemble. Served with a salad, but one might also want a bread.

  • kharney Posted: 10/20/13
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    I have written several reviews and so far this is the only one I have rated at 5 stars. I found the papardelle noodles by accident - I found them underneath the roasted red peppers/capers section. I would definitely recommend using them because they are delicious. I agree the pine nuts are expensive so I will be making this dish several times to get my money's worth out of them. I thought the arugula was great in this (a way to get some more green veggies in!). Next time I will try some prosciutto or bacon (requested by the hubbie) and add more butternut squash as it was very meaty (we didn't even miss not having real meat) and delicious. Definitely buy pre-chopped as it took me forever to chop up enough for the recipe.

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