Light, Breezy One-Pot Dinners for Summer Evenings
Because you really should be eating ice cream after the meal—not washing tons of dishes.
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Pasta That Highlights the Season's Bounty
The beauty of this recipe—which is chock full of kale, basil and tomatoes—is that you boil your penne, ziti or bow ties together with the sauce ingredients, so it's truly, honestly, no-strings-attached, one-pot. You just add the vegetables to a big skillet or stockpot, then pour in pasta and water. It'll simmer away, and in a few minutes, you'll be topping the dish with grated Parmesan and fresh basil, and digging in.
Get the recipe: One-Pot Pasta