Bowtie Pasta And Cream Cheese
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Bowtie Pasta And Cream Cheese
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:09:55 AM. Recipe ID 36998. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Bowtie pasta and cream cheese
 Categories: Pasta
      Yield: 4 Servings
 
      1    Box bowtie pasta
      1 ct (8-oz) cream cheese FF
      1    Box (10-oz) frozen spinach
      2 c  Diced tomatoes (I mashed
           -them)
           Garlic; salt, pepper,
           -oregano (any spices you
           -want!)
 
  Date: Wed, 12 Jun 1996 22:08:07 -0400 (EDT)
  
  From: Alison Michelle Dittmer  A couple of months
  ago, someone asked about using ff cottage or cream cheese to make
  "mac & cheese." Well, they both are great on pasta! One of my
  favorite quick meals is to eat penne pasta (or bowties, etc.) with
  some of Phildelphia FatFree Garden Vegetable Cream Cheese. It is
  really tasty! Also, I have a recipe for a creamy spinach pasta dish.
  I am posting it even though I do not have the EXACT measurements.
  Essentially, it is one of those recipes that 1) you make to taste 2)
  it is almost impossible to mess up!
  
  Warm spinach in pot on stove. Add cream cheese and heat until melted.
  Add the tomatoes, heat until warm. Add spices and toss with pasta
  
  I literally just tossed all of my ingredients together (I might have
  used more tomatoe than 2 cups) and this turned out great! I made it
  for my family on my mom's birthday and they were all raving about how
  ood it was! They also thought it was loaded with fat, maybe because
  it is a creamy sauce. They should have known better, though, since I
  cooked it!!! I guess our families will never understand!
  
  FATFREE DIGEST V96 #163
  
  From the Fatfree Vegetarian recipe list.  Downloaded from Glen's MM




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Recipe ID 36998 (Apr 03, 2005)

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