In this delicious pasta recipe, linguine noodles are tossed with seasoned chicken breasts and a quick and easy tomato sauce. This dish is easy, filling and budget friendly, perfect for busy weeknights.
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Pasta is the go-to meal when you’re low on money, time and energy, luckily it’s delicious! This collection of pasta recipes is sure to have something your family will love! From lemon pepper pasta and orecchiette pasta with Italian sausage, to spaghetti aglio e olio and tomato olive pasta these comforting meals won’t disappoint!
This tomato and olive pasta is really easy to make and will get you out of a pinch when you are short on time and money. Dig through your pantry, you probably have most of the ingredients on hand. Even if you don’t, the ingredients used in this dish are easy to find and very affordable.
Spaghetti aglio e olio is the perfect meal when you’re low on time, money and energy. It’s a delicious dinner that comes together quickly, with just a handful of affordable ingredients. In this dish, minced, or thinly sliced garlic, is sautéed gently in olive oil until fragrant. Then the garlic oil is tossed with pasta, seasoned with a little salt, and that is it.
This ham and cheese pasta bake is an easy, delicious, comfort meal that’s fit for holiday get-togethers or Sunday dinner. In this recipe, rotelle pasta is covered with a creamy béchamel sauce, Swiss cheese and diced ham. This pasta dish uses simple ingredients, and requires minimal prep, plus it makes a nice big casserole so it feeds a crowd.
If you’re looking for a quick and affordable meal to serve your family on busy weeknights, look no further than this spaghetti aglio e olio & Italian sausage. Most of the ingredients needed to make this delicious meal are probably in your pantry already. Grab some fresh Italian sausage and parsley at the market and you’re on your way to dinner.
This blackened chicken & creamy pasta is a quick, affordable and delicious dinner your family will love. Chicken breast are simply seasoned with blackening seasoning and cooked in just a little bit of oil. Then we make an easy, creamy sauce using whole milk instead…