Pinterest is becoming my new go to spot for recipes.
I think it might be easier to find stuff there than doing a Google search.
Here is one I came across the other day -
I grabbed what I needed and decided to try it out.
The Scoop - This was super easy to make. It will definitely be a go-to recipe for when I want to make something tasty in a little bit of time. I also have never thought of throwing peas into the pasta water so this is another idea I'm sure to copy in other recipes.
The Verdict - The pasta was rich and creamy with a nice lemon flavor; the arugula and peas added a nice contrast. The goat cheese makes a really thick coating on the pasta - I tasted it and immediately said "it's like adult mac and cheese".
The Fix - Not that it really needs fixing, but. If you're a goat cheese eater you know how thick and creamy it is. Both The Cyclist & I agreed that this dish would be nicely balanced with the addition of something salty - he said prosciutto, I said spicy turkey sausage; either one will do. Also, I might add a bit of milk to the mix, just to cut the thickness quality of the melted goat cheese.
Mentionables - I'm not sure if adding more lemon might also cut the goat cheese thickness. I'm also not sure if the lemon flavor would be lost by adding prosciutto or spicy turkey sausage (that would be a shame, the lemon flavor is really good). A dry white wine would be really good with this.
Here is my finished product...