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If you’re in the mood for a juicy steak, this cherry tomato pasta with zucchini and spinach is a surefire winner.
If you’re craving something with a bit more bite, this chicken pasta salad is a great alternative and is also great with a side of pears.
The cherry tomato pasta is the star of the show of this dish.The chicken pasta salad comes with chopped chicken, tomatoes, and zucchini, then tossed with pears and a hint of basil.The pears add a bit of sweetness and the basil is what makes the dish even better.This dish is really good, with a nice mix of textures and flavors. If you get the cherry tomato pasta, you can toss it with the chicken pasta salad and add more pears.
With the pears, you can also add a few slices of red onion.
The basil is the star here, and that makes for a nice contrast of flavors. The pears add a nice texture with less heat than the chicken pasta salad, and the tomato is a nice addition. The red onion is not a great addition here.
The basil adds a nice flavor and texture, but the red onion is the wrong choice for this dish. Cherry tomato pasta is a great choice. It’s a sweet, simple, and flavorful dish.
If you really want to get a few more points out of this recipe, you’ll need a medium-sized bunch of basil and some pears. Those little leaves are also edible, so a few slices can be thrown on top as a garnish. Also, red onion is actually a good choice for this dish, but a small one is better. Cherry tomatoes can be a little bland, but that’s not as big of a deal for this dish.
The dish is pretty easy to make and doesn’t taste too bad. I’ll be honest, I’m not a big onion fan, but this one seems to be a good balance of flavors. I’m always looking for a good recipe that I can whip up on the go, so this is definitely a winner.
The recipe I have is actually a recipe that can be found here: cherry tomatoes in olive oil, salt, fresh basil, and pepper. It only takes about 15 minutes to make, and will taste pretty good. You can also just cut up a bunch of cherry tomatoes, and top your dish with some red onion.
The recipe was given to me by my good friend and fellow blogger cherian atlanta. You can find her recipes at cherianatlanta.