One-Pot Parmesan Garlic Shrimp Pasta - Mother Thyme
Looking for a quick and easy meal for a busy weeknight? Try this delicious One-Pot Parmesan Garlic Shrimp Pasta ready in under 30 minutes!
Authentic Cavatelli and Broccoli Recipe
After making your own cavatelli, it is, of course, only natural that you immediately use them. Well, you can start with this popular traditional Italian dish: Cavatelli and Broccoli. Follow the authentic cavatelli and broccoli recipe below.
Cavatelli with Eggplant and Smoked Mozzarella - Giadzy
A typical dish of the Amalfi Coast, this eggplant cavatelli gets a ton of flavor and rich, creamy texture from smoked mozzarella. It’s simple but sumptuous.
Baked Homemade Cavatelli
This is a baked style pasta casserole. The cavateli is cooked then baked and then topped with melted mozzarella cheese and sometimes layered with ricotta like a casserole.
Cavatelli Pasta with Lobster, Spring Peas, and Mascarpone
Neal Fraser, Executive Chef and co-owner of Grace and BLD in Los Angeles, shared the recipe for this elegant pasta dish with Epicurious: Fresh pasta shells are tossed with lobster, peas, rich Mascarpone cheese, and fresh herbs. It's one of the best-selling dishes at Grace. It's best to use fresh or thawed, frozen cavatelli, which the sauce will really cling to, but other fresh pasta shells or, in a pinch, dried pasta could be substituted.
Chicken and Cavatelli Soup
A hearty bowl of this chicken and Cavatelli pasta will fill your tummy and warm your soul. This dish is somewhere between a soup and a stew, the flavors reminiscent of my Dad's chicken and dumplings I grew up eating. You may want to set your table with spoons AND forks!
Cavatelli With Roman Cauliflower
Roman cauliflower (also known as Romanesco) grows as a peculiar spiky, conical head, and instead of florets as in regular cauliflower, it projects cones with tiny cones upon cones—a kind of fractal of nature's making. It comes in various hues of white, purple, and green and has a nutty, more intense flavor compared with regular cauliflower. Unfortunately it's not always easy to find in many stores in the US, though sources like farmers' markets often carry it, as do Italian specialty shops…