Easiest Way to Cook Tasty Red Pesto Cheese Pasta

Red Pesto Cheese Pasta. The same thing applies to the type of pesto used: I put dairy-free pesto but any red pesto will do the trick. The other day I needed to make a quick and easy lunch without much fuss. I had some pesto and cream cheese in the fridge so I thought of mixing them together to make milder pesto sauce.

Red Pesto Cheese Pasta This is a deliciously creamy Philly pasta dish, but one that would horrify an Italian (Italians generally never eat chicken with pasta). I'm still going to keep cooking it, though, as I love this chicken and Philadelphia pasta. For me, it's the perfect after-work midweek comfort food. You can have Red Pesto Cheese Pasta using 9 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of Red Pesto Cheese Pasta

  1. Prepare of Red pesto cheese, grated, as much as you like.
  2. Prepare 250 gr of spaghetti (or your favourite pasta).
  3. Prepare of Zucchini.
  4. Prepare of Paprika.
  5. Prepare of Chicken.
  6. It’s 2 of garlic, diced.
  7. Prepare of Ground pepper.
  8. You need of Salt.
  9. You need 3 tsp of olive oil.

I find it so quick and easy to make that it's great way of serving a delicious. For the pasta with roasted red peppers and goat cheese. Bring a large pot of water to a boil. Meanwhile, heat the olive oil over medium heat in a large, heavy skillet.

Red Pesto Cheese Pasta step by step

  1. Grate the red pesto cheese. Set aside..
  2. Chop vegetables and chicken. Season them with salt and paper. Grill..
  3. Cook your favourite pasta as per instruction in the package. Set aside..
  4. Heat olive oil on a pan and add garlic when it's turned gold. Add in pasta, salt, and pepper. Saute for a bit..
  5. Fill your plate with the pasta. Stack the chicken and the grilled vegetables on top. Sprinkle it with the red pesto cheese and be generous!.
  6. Enjoy 😉.

Add the sliced roasted peppers, and stir together for about a minute until well infused with the oil and garlic. I made this according to instructions, and while a good basic pesto pasta recipe, there was something missing. I then added the pasta to the pan and mixed well, serving right out of the frying pan. Let's talk less about the pasta and more about the pesto – after all that's what makes this red pesto pasta special 🙂 Pesto has as interestingly long history – in various guises it can trace its roots back to the Ancient Roman age. The word pesto comes from the original Genoesepestâ, and it means to pound or crush.