Take a night off from jarred pasta sauces and test our easy spaghetti recipes. From traditional red sauces to gourmet mac and cheese, we've got a spaghetti recipe for every night of the week.
Kick up pasta night with this zesty Asian spaghetti. Shredded cabbage, carrots, and cashews add crunchy texture to the dish, while chicken meatballs make the meal extra hearty.
Take your taste buds across the world with peanut-sauced spaghetti and a rainbow of crisp veggies. Juicy bites of chopped chicken keep the dinner high in protein.
Add rich nutrients to your weeknight dinner by substituting spaghetti squash for a portion of your pasta. Mild in flavor, the harvest vegetable pairs perfectly with salty green olives, golden raisins, and spiced tomatoes.
Need dinner fast? This saucy vegetarian noodle bowl utilizes pantry ingredients to pull together a peanut-sauced dinner in just 20 minutes.
For a meal that's anything but boring, grab your trusty skillet and stir-fry Brussels sprouts in a bubbly Asian sauce. Once the soy-flavored broth has reduced, pile the sprouts onto cooked whole wheat spaghetti with crunchy carrots, fresh cilantro, and almonds.
You won't find any meat in these creative pasta toppers. Filled with eggplant, mushrooms, garlic, and cheese, our vegetarian meatballs are just as good as the original.
Traditionally rich pasta carbonara gets a calorie-reducing makeover. Turkey bacon and low-fat evaporated milk cut down the unhealthy fat, while loads of green veggies and multigrain pasta amp up the nutrients.
Ripe tomatoes, fresh basil, and feta crumbles come together in perfect harmony. Toss with hearty bucatini pasta and shrimp for a 30-minute meal.
A food processer does most of the work in this easy weeknight pasta. Substitute walnuts for pine nuts for a nutty, savory pesto that can be made ahead and kept in the fridge for a week.
Top your beautiful plate of pasta with homemade meatballs. We have the secret! (Hint: Use two kinds of meat.)
Sharp cheddar cheese brings the flavor and American cheese gives the creamy texture in this sauce. Add toasted bread crumbs and prosciutto for a truly gourmet mac and cheese.
Pasta gets a light coating of fresh Pecorino Romano cheese and a dash of olive oil, garlic, and red pepper flakes for a simple and flavorful Italian classic.
Get a budget-friendly start on this meat-lovers' sauce by using ground chuck. The sauce cooks in less than 30 minutes but tastes like it simmered all day.
Sicilians love pasta tossed with a variety of vegetables. In this dish, al dente spaghetti wraps around a mix of tender cauliflower, onions, and capers. Bread crumbs bring a garlicky crunch to this filling pasta.
Pasta is a great dish for incorporating new vegetables, including the underrated broccoli rabe. In one pan stir together broccoli, garlic, and a can of clams to create a sophisticated sauce for any pasta.
With a "pop" the tomatoes will tell you they're done and ready to top the gluten-free spaghetti made from corn flour. Dried tomatoes, parsley, and tiny balls of melty mozzarella finish off this simple sauce.
For this one-pan dinner, cook chickpeas and shrimp with the pasta. Stir fresh tomato, mint, lemon peel, and feta into the hot spaghetti and serve.
Red pepper flakes add heat and subtle fruity tang to this Italian-inspired dish. Wedges of sweet onion and sweet pepper rings cool the fire.
Turn ordinary spaghetti into pasta salad. Toss the noodles with corn cut from the cob, plus chopped cucumber, summer squash, and celery. Then splash on mustard-spiked cider vinegar dressing.
Squash is the star in this hearty pasta dish featuring bacon, nuts, roasted garlic, and browned butter.
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