simple summer pasta

This pasta was inspired by a Rachael Ray recipe for an herbed pasta topped with bacon. I ended up with an easy, light, delicious pasta that I will definitely be making again soon!  It is incredibly fresh tasting and so easy to throw together.

Recipe:
4 oz whole wheat pasta
2 grilled portabella mushrooms
4 slices cooked bacon
1 1/2 cup chopped tomatoes
1 cup chopped parsley
1 cup chopped basil
1/2 cup chopped chives
juice of 1 lemon
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 Tbsp olive oil
salt & pepper
Parmesan cheese

Cook the pasta al dente and toss with remaining ingredients! Top with some parmesan and dig in!

Comments

  1.  Holly says

    ohhhh sooo good…rachael ray has a lot of good ideas that are really easy to modify if you want to make it healthier. yummm!

    happy monday!

  2.  Holly says

    ohhhh sooo good…rachael ray has a lot of good ideas that are really easy to modify if you want to make it healthier. yummm!

    happy monday!

  3.  Holly says

    ohhhh sooo good…rachael ray has a lot of good ideas that are really easy to modify if you want to make it healthier. yummm!

    happy monday!

  4.  MaryBeth Hughes says

    that looks great emily! i have a ton of RR recipes i've been meaning to make.

  5.  MaryBeth Hughes says

    that looks great emily! i have a ton of RR recipes i've been meaning to make.

  6.  MaryBeth Hughes says

    that looks great emily! i have a ton of RR recipes i've been meaning to make.

  7.  Emily says

    Rachel really does know what she's doing, that is for sure! :)

    Emmett – al dente is cooking the pasta where it is still firm and chewy and not over cooked and mushy (thats how I like it! )

  8.  Emily says

    Rachel really does know what she's doing, that is for sure! :)

    Emmett – al dente is cooking the pasta where it is still firm and chewy and not over cooked and mushy (thats how I like it! )

  9.  Emily says

    Rachel really does know what she's doing, that is for sure! :)

    Emmett – al dente is cooking the pasta where it is still firm and chewy and not over cooked and mushy (thats how I like it! )

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