Braised Winter Vegetable Pasta

November/December 2010

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In this vegetable-studded vegan dish we braise cauliflower, butternut squash and pasta in white wine and broth in an unconventional technique that yields delicious results. Serve with a spinach salad with red onion, orange segments and a light vinaigrette.

"While I like all the ingredients on their own, they just didn't work well together in this dish. I found it quite boring and bland tasting. I was really disappointed. "
Braised Winter Vegetable Pasta

6 Reviews for Braised Winter Vegetable Pasta


A little bland. I used peas since I didn't have lima beans, it turned out good! I think if a person wanted to add tuna, it would make a really good tuna cassarole sub.


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