Rigatoni Light

Summer is here, so minimum heat in the kitchen is the goal.  The rigatoni from the other night, combined with the Italian sausage meatballs (with minimum sauce left on them), combined with big chunks of Roma tomatoes and a gigantic Mexican onion (tops included), and splashed with some grated Cheddar cheese, made a delightful main course.

The lovely stainless steel steamer pot in the background holds a pound of asparagus straight up for steaming, and we devoured every morsel of them.

True to form, there was still a lunch portion of the pasta dish left for a lucky diner the next day.


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4 Responses to Rigatoni Light

  1. Love that tall steamer pot.

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  2. judilyn says:

    Me, too. It makes me happy just to look at it! ;->

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  3. Shirley Nordenberg says:

    This looks really good even though I am a Vegetarian ( not really I do eat some fish!) I like the idea of the Steamer POT , too!!

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  4. What???? I have been growing asparagus all these years and have never seen a cooker like that! How nice it is! Love this recipe and leftovers too! Thanks for sharing it!

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