Big thank you to Jac from Tinned Tomatoes for letting me guest host Pasta Please this month and a very big thank you also to everyone who joined in. I left the theme wide open and there’s been an incredible range of entries submitted, much more diverse than I was expecting so there’s lots of inspiration where whatever your tastes are.
First up were these cute hedgehog shaped ravioli with potato, olive and rosemary filling from The VegHog. Such a fun way to present ravioli and a very tasty sounding filling too.
Next we had black soba noodles with miso dressed vegetables and edamame beans from Allotment2Kitchen, great flavours and contrasting colours in this recipe. Another colourful entry from Penelope’s Pantry with her butternut squash and bacon pasta with tips on preparing the fiddly squash. These Japanese inspired tagliatelle matcha noodles from Briciole are definitely different, I really must start trying matcha in food. My cheesy roasted butternut squash pasta bake is twist on the classic macaroni cheese.
Jo from Jo’s Kitchen has celebrated the British asparagus season with her recipe for asparagus and spring onion pasta. Time for something completely different from Helen at Family Friends Food with a sweet pasta recipe for blueberry and sweet cheese lokshen kugel. Sweet pasta is new to me but I like the sound of it. Pip & Little Blue shared a very quick and easy recipe for creamy avocado pasta sauce, one I am definitely trying very soon. Finally a great way to enjoy veggies in pasta from Eating Enhanced with their favourite creamy veggie pasta.
Thanks again to everyone who shared their recipes this month, if you like any of them then why not pop over to the blogs to find out more about the recipes. To find out who is hosting Pasta Please next month check out Jac’s blog here.