Pasta with Roasted Tomatoes and Garlic

  • lizardstew Posted: 08/28/12
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    This was pretty good. Nothing extraordinary, though. I crisped up some pancetta and served it on top and it gave it just the salty goodness it needed.

  • CubanQueen Posted: 09/17/12
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    I was looking for a recipe to use up my abundance of cherry tomatoes, so I tried this recipe. I think this recipe was delicious, and my whole family (4 boys and DH) enjoyed it. Maybe it is because the cherry tomatoes from my garden were crazy delicious, but this is really good. I didn't change a thing in the recipe, other than I found I had to cook the cherry tomatoes quite a bit longer than stated in the recipe. Very light and easy, and I love that all the fresh ingredients (tomatoes, basil) came right from my yard.

  • gcatkids Posted: 08/15/12
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    I was surprised at the depth of taste considering there was no sauce!! I was even more surprised when my husband went for a second helping. I expected complaints due to its simplicity but didn't get one. I added onions and chopped zucchini and pan fried some keilbasa sausage. It was really delicious and the tomatoes were great!!

  • IoneTaylor Posted: 08/09/12
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    My husband and I enjoyed this dish. I prepared it with whole wheat spaghetti. My Sun Gold cherry tomatoes were so juicy I didn't get any browning before they burst, but they were still scrumptious. The leftovers were just as good, if not better, although I would add fresh basil leaves after reheating and remove the old wilted ones.

  • BarbaraKraham Posted: 08/14/12
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    Delicious just the way it is written! Will be making this again and again!

  • oneswray Posted: 07/20/12
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    I loved this!! We used whole grain pasta and tomatoes and basil from our garden. Great flavor and just as good the next day!

  • MrsT12 Posted: 07/25/12
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    Very good! Even my picky husband loved it. I doubled the garlic, because that's what I do. Next time, I'll probably add some red pepper flakes to give it a little kick.

  • pattyjhay Posted: 08/29/12
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    This is a keeper! No leftovers. Easy and quick. Used whole wheat pasta and 1/2 cup of basil as we are basil fans. Yum

  • Snow61 Posted: 08/30/12
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    I thought this was delicious and loved the freshness. The only problem I had was with the garlic. How do you roast garlic cut into thin slices for 11 minutes at 450 degrees without burning it? Thankfully, I trusted my nose and pulled the garlic out after 2 minutes. Some of the garlic was already starting to burn. I added it back in while tossing the pasta with the rest of the ingredients. I'm surprised nobody else has mentioned this. Will definitely make it again.

  • earthseame Posted: 07/27/12
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    Easy and yummy! I roasted some onion with the tomatoes and put them in for five minutes before adding the tomatoes. Turned out great!

  • ChefAmandaLynn Posted: 08/17/12
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    Great flavor, a perfect dish to highlight hommade spaghetti.

  • JimMarltonNJ Posted: 08/03/12
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    For a simple dish, this had an outstanding flavor, thus my rating.

  • eheinrich Posted: 04/28/13
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    i love this dish! its simple and easy and so tasty and you can modify it any way you like for more or less flavor. definitely a keeper in my kitchen! the tomatoes need at least 15-20 minutes.

  • tennessee18 Posted: 11/16/13
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    This recipe was absolutely delicious! And tasted so fresh. I added a few extras. Along with roasting the tomatoes and garlic, I added onion and zuchinni. I did not have fresh basil, so added dried. A quick and fresh pasta dish. Will definitely add this to my list of make agains!!

  • ktleyed Posted: 09/14/14
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    Simple and delicious! Didn't have shaved parmesan, so used grated instead. Great for leftovers next day for lunch.

  • portland Posted: 07/20/13
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    this was simply delicious, with so few ingredients the depth of flavor is excellent.

  • Jaelgee Posted: 03/25/14
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    As mentioned above, this recipe lends itself to adding different on-hand vegetables. I used Campari tomatoes sliced in half, yellow & zucchini squash as well as asparagus. I also used Mushroom-Sage flavored Olive Oil by Branch & Vine and served over Angel-Hair pasta. My husband & I thoroughly enjoyed this recipe. As he said, "It's a Keeper!"

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