Roasted heirloom tomato mozzarella pasta. Cook pasta: While tomatoes are roasting, bring a large pot of salted water to a boil. Add pasta and cook until al dente, stirring occasionally. Drain, reserving a cup of pasta water, and set aside.
This Chicken Mozzarella Pasta with Roasted Tomatoes gives me that comfort food feeling I love, but with fresh summer ingredients like ripe cherry tomatoes and fresh basil. I like to add whatever whole wheat, bite-size pasta I have on hand. Add roasted tomato mixture, cooked penne, chopped salami, and arugula, and toss gently to coat. You can cook Roasted heirloom tomato mozzarella pasta using 5 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Roasted heirloom tomato mozzarella pasta
- Prepare of My roasted tomato sauce recipe (published) I use the whole jar from the recipe.
- It’s 3/4 lb of rotini pasta.
- It’s 2 tbsp of balsamic vinegar.
- Prepare 1/2 of grated aged Asiago (or your choice).
- You need 8 oz of package pearl mozzarella.
Arrange penne mixture on a large serving platter, and top with torn mozzarella and basil. Place the chicken breast on a cutting board rough side down. Turn up the heat to high and add the tomatoes. Once the sauce begins to boil rapidly, cover for about a minute.
Roasted heirloom tomato mozzarella pasta instructions
- I make the sauce 1 to 2 days ahead of time(see my recipe).
- Boil water and salt well, should taste like sea water. Add the pasta and cook to al dente, drain well..
- Add the sauce to a deep dish bowl. Add the pasta And mozzarella and toss well, add the cheese and toss again..
- Store in an air tight container and let the flavors marry overnight, serve at room temp..
Spaghettini with Roasted Tomatoes, Fresh Basil, and Toasted Garlic Breadcrumbs. Roasted Tomato Pasta with Basil and Toasted Garlic Breadcrumbs. This quick, easy, and flavorful spaghettini is tossed with roasted tomatoes, fresh basil, and topped with crazy. And it's known as this roasted heirloom tomato mozzarella gnocchi skillet. It's dinner for the rest of the summer, fyi.