This is the first round-up I am doing for Presto Pasta Nights and it has now reached the 198th instalment! I love participating in this event and I am honoured to be doing this week's hosting. We have a great selection of both classic and fusion pasta dishes this week. Without further ado, let's go through the delicious pasta entries for No. 198!
Entries are posted in the order that they were received
First up, we have Shu Han from Mummy I Can Cook with her mouthwatering and gorgeous Pumpkin Ravioli with Basil Browned Butter. The nutty flavours of the browned butter must have complemented the pumpkin to perfection. The pasta was actually made of sourdough, a healthier alternative according to Shu Han.
Next, we have Beth from Seventh Level of Boredom with her comforting and delicious Creamy Orzo with Peas dish. I love peas so this pasta dish is right up my alley.
Gay from A Scientist In The Kitchen gave us another great seafood pasta dish of Cream Dory and Linguine. What a great idea for cooking dory fish!
Next, we have Nicole from Cocoa and Coriander's baked dish of Cheesy Butternut Squash Pasta. Love the fact that butternut squash is so fiber-rich!
So many pasta ideas already right? There's more!
Check out Vanessa from Sweet Artichoke's Bean Penne cooked in yummy and earthy pistachio pesto.
Tina from Life In The Slow Lane At Squirrel Head Manor with her comforting dish of Penne with Ricotta and Bacon of Rachael Ray fame.
Rupa from A Virtual Vegetarian presented her delicious Pasta Puttanesca (Vegetarian Version) which won her a first prize in a cooking competition.
The Sweet Kitchen submitted one of my favourite pasta dishes, Pasta Carbonara with great tips and shares a little about the origins of the classic pasta dish. A cardinal rule we all
Kirsten from From Kirsten's Kitchen To Yours whipped up a yummy dish of Capellini with Moroccan Style Sun-dried Tomato Pesto, her Moroccan twist on Pesto Rosso.
Next, we have Kait from Pots and Plots with her flavourful yet simple Turkey Sausage Bolognese.
Muneeba from An Edible Symphony gave us a pretty bow-tie pasta dish of Farfalle with Broccoli and Beef.
Lastly, here is my own entry to this week's round-up, Hong Kong Soy Sauce Udon, my interpretation of the Hong Kong everyday noodle dish with chives and fish cakes.