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Quick Spinach & Tomato Pasta

October 1997

Your rating: None Average: 3.8 (50 votes)

While the pasta cooks, whip up this vegetable-rich sauce for dinner in minutes.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Easy to make, but pretty bland. The canned tomatoes give it a weird taste... I'd almost rather use regular spaghetti sauce, then add the spinach to that. Or maybe alfredo? Hmmm... "
Quick Spinach & Tomato Pasta Recipe

12 Reviews for Quick Spinach & Tomato Pasta

05/03/2014
Tasty and quick

Very quick and good. Added extra veggies - more garlic, mushrooms, cut up pepper - and didn't bother with the feta. Took 5 min to make. A nice, quick go-to sauce.

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05/03/2014
Tasty and quick

Very quick and good. Added extra veggies - more garlic, mushrooms, cut up pepper - and didn't bother with the feta. Took 5 min to make. A nice, quick go-to sauce.

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12/29/2013
Anonymous

My husband is on a salt restricted diet so I had to make a few changes. I used whole wheat angel hair, no salt added tomatoes, fresh spinach, and a slice of swiss cheese that I diced up. We both loved it. Next time I will bake off some ground chicken or turkey meatballs and add into the sauce for a one pot meal!

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06/24/2013
Quick & Easy

Mine came out yummy! I added Mrs. Dash tomato basil garlic seasoning to the tomatoes. I let the tomatoes totally break down and then added the spinach. Enough black pepper and garlic then tossed with whole wheat rotini with a tablespoon of water from pasta :)
* Season tomatoes well for a non bland result! The Mrs. Dash really helped kick it!

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02/18/2013
Anonymous

This recipe was good, but it was still a little bland even with the addition of 3 chopped cloves of garlic. I think that one can of tomatoes is not enough for a full pound of pasta. I'm going to make this again and use 1 1/2 or 2 cans of chopped tomatoes.

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