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Jewel's Sauteed Vegetables & Pasta Recipe

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Julie "Jewels" Weidner


1 lb spaghetti pasta coked as directed (Al-dente is best) keeping 3-4 T of water after cooking

basil about 3-5 good sized leaves chopped
oregano 2 leaves chopped
sage 2-4 leaves chopped
Thyme The leaves of 1- 2 sprigs

41/2 T olive oil divided by 3 T, 1 T., & 1/2 T
1 to 11/2 T minced garlic
1 medium videllia onion chopped
1 medium squash sliced & quartered
1 medium zucchini sliced & quartered
1 carrot slices diagonally
1/2 rib celery sliced (OPTIONAL)
1 can diced tomatoes
4-5 Cups spinach

If wanting to make this an entree add 2 boneless / skinless chicken breast rinsed, patted dry and cubed into bite sized pieces fully cooked and seasoned to taste.

!) cook pasta and set aside adding 1/2 T olive oil to keep pasta from sticking
2) saute garlic over medium low to medium heat (not cooking to fast) in 3 T. olive oil to just turning a darker color then add onion continue to saute until tender.
3) add carrot slices for 1 to 2 min, adding squash, zucchini,and stir fry with 1 T of remaining olive oil
4) slowly add spinach cooking it down with pasta water (as needed) that was set aside
5) mix stir fried and sauteed vegetables together and add to pasta, then toss to mix thoroughly
6) add salt and pepper to taste

Add chicken if you would like this to be a main dish.

Number Of Servings:
Number Of Servings:
4 to 6 depends on how many vegtables you add and if you add chicken.
Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
Was hungry for pasta one day and I did not want a heavy sauce on it, since it was harvest time, I used ingredients from a friends garden to make this recipie up with and it was GREAT! I add and take away ingredients according to the ingredients in my pantry, but the main three ingredients I keep are the pasta, basil, and oregano besides the olive oil. To add a little tang to this recipe you can add some Italian dressing.




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