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Capellini Caprese

Capellini Caprese recipe
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Fresh tomatoes and basil are key to this dish’s vibrant flavor. But it's the Italian dressing that really makes it sing. And you thought only a restaurant could pull this o...read more
time
prep:
10 min
total:
25 min
servings
total:
4 servings, 1-1/2 cups each
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posted:
6/27/2009
I've made this recipe with and without basil and sometimes I add a little grilled chicken. Overall, my husband absolutely loves this recipe, it's easy to make, and I enjoy it as well. I highly recommend it. BTW, I normally add a little more cheese after it's done and sometimes even some Parmasean.
posted:
6/27/2009
I actually used penne instead of capellini or spaghetti and it came out wonderful!
posted:
6/26/2009
The flavors were a little strange and too overpowering. I may have put slightly too much dressing though. I just didn't overall care for it.
posted:
6/19/2009
I liked the flavor this dish had, next time I might add some grilled chicken strips to this. My husband however, is a meat and potato's kind of guy and although he ate it, he didn't care for it much, it wasn't "filling" enough for him.
posted:
6/7/2009
wonderful simple recipe!
posted:
5/28/2009
It's so nice to make something that tastes as good as a restaurant makes it! this was delicious and so easy. there are so many flavors that keep coming while you are chewing it--we make it very often!
posted:
5/27/2009
Very good Easy and light
posted:
5/21/2009
I tweeked it a little by using bowtie pasta but, it is one of my favorites. I love the fresh basil. Everytime someone tries it they are just certain it came from a nice Italian restaurant, not my kitchen. Thanks...love it.
posted:
5/19/2009
Simple, easy and tasty! I used dried basil and added with the tomato and onion mixture. My family also topped this dish with grilled chicken to satisfy my husbands appetite. This is a quick and tasty meal that rivals anything you can grab at a restaurant.
posted:
5/19/2009
I didn't use as much basil as the recipe called for, and it turned out amazing! I would definately make again.
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