My husband was getting ready to go out of town and I needed to whip up a quick dinner. I had some sliced mushrooms in the refrigerator and decided to make them the star attraction. I love just about anything Mexican and this dish is not too spicy. (Although, feel free to add some kick if that is your style!)
You can experiment with adding more ingredients, like black beans, corn or even Soyrizo. The possibilities are as big as your imagination.
My husband loves artichokes but when I told him my idea for this recipe he seemed less-than-excited. That is, however, until he tasted it.
I served the pasta on top of pan-grilled romaine leaves but any green would work. It is also good hot or cold and makes a great main or side dish.
Make sure that you use artichoke hearts in water, not oil.
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.