This fresh tomato, sausage and pecorino pasta comes together quickly and easily for a fresh, delicious dinner.
One of my favorite cooking magazines is Cooking Light.
When I got an email from them asking me if I’d like to receive a copy of their new, redesigned magazine I was very happy to oblige.
Isn’t it pretty! That pizza looks amazing!
One of the great new features of the redesign is that there is a picture with every recipe! The section of the magazine I like the best, besides all the great pictures, is one called Dinner Tonight! This section features recipes that are “Stopwatch-Tested” and can be on the dinner table in 30-40 minutes. That’s my kind of recipe.
Not only are they quick and easy to prepare but Cooking Light provides a shopping list for each of the Dinner Tonight recipes.
I have lots of recipes earmarked to try but since I had fresh tomatoes and basil on the counter the first one I chose was the Fresh Tomato, Sausage and Pecorino Pasta.
They were right – it only took 40 minutes from start to table and it was yummy! In addition to the recipe and the shopping list they also give you a Game Plan -what to when….while the water comes to a boil you should slice onion, chop tomatoes and trim green beans. Great helpful hints for a beginning cook or any cook trying to save time.
For a copy of the recipe head on over too My Recipes where you can find recipes from Cooking Light, Sunset, Southern Living and several others or better yet pick up a copy of the September Cooking Light for lots of yummy looking recipes to try! Thinking the Chicken, Red Grape, and Pesto Pizza is next – yes, a pizza with grapes!