Pasta! A staple in my household. I always have at least 6 packages on hand, both regular and gluten-free.
This Italian version of a traditionally French dish is loosely-based on a dinner my mom used to make when I was growing up.
You can also eliminate the Kite Hill Ricotta which makes it a little less decadent.
I hope you enjoy this dish and invite you to leave your comments below.
I love the colors in this recipe and the flavors all harmoniously meld together.
When cleaning out your Portobello mushrooms, remove the stem by gently turning it and carefully remove the black gills using a spoon. Be gentle because the mushroom can easily break apart. You can reserve the stems and use them in soups or stocks but may want to discard after cooking and before eating because they are somewhat chewy…and not in a good way.
This recipe is my twist on a traditional Panzanella Salad with the added goodness of fresh zucchini and capers.
If you are looking to make it a little “healthier” I would suggest omitting the vegan cheese but in all honesty, you may want to skip dessert instead!