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Today: Sometimes you want a cooking task that passes your hours and challenges your skills. Other times, you just need an easy meal that will keep you cozy all evening long. Luckily, that's what pasta is perfect for.
Here, pasta cooks without water (seriously), risotto-style in a one-pan, wonderful combination that simultaneously coats the bucatini noodles in sauce. (I Will Not Eat Oysters)
This recipe relies on crème fraîche or yogurt to thicken residual cooking water, producing a pasta dish made in a single pot. (A Cozy Kitchen)
This is a classic Roman rendition of gnocchi made from semolina flour. (Alexandra Cooks)
Gnocchi get a pleasant Parisian touch in this recipe, which reminds that sometimes the most simple dishes are the best. (A Better Happier St. Sebastian)
This recipe combines mac n' cheese with a mish-mosh of the author's favorite "Irish" elements. (Half Baked Harvest)
Broccoli is added to a more classic mac n' cheese to make a comforting dish that'll please almost anyone. (Turntable Kitchen)
This recipe offers a new, purple perspective on pasta, coating fettuccini noodles with a puréed beet sauce. (Naturally Ella)
Pasta marries soup, lives happily ever after. (A Daily Something)
What pasta dishes do you turn to while waiting for warmer days? Dish it in the comments!