Who doesn’t love a good buttery piece of bread with their pasta? I find it especially nice with broth-based pastas like linguine with clams. But you can absolutely enjoy your bread with any pasta recipe.
If you have time, make a loaf of sourdough focaccia with your starter. The no knead crusty bread can be made a day in advance, and if you’re short on time go for something faster like the cheesy pull apart bread that utilizes a store bought loaf.
No Knead Dutch Oven Bread
Almost completely hands off, this no knead dutch oven bread is a fun beginner recipe with a long slow rise and fun bake in a cast iron dutch oven so it’s crusty on the outside and soft on the inside.
Cheesy garlic pull apart bread is like the best garlic bread you’ve ever had. You can pull cheesy chunks of bread out of a sourdough loaf and dip them in marinara for a fun snack, appetizer or side dish to your favorite pasta meal.
A Grilled Peach Salad with berries is a great way to accompany your favorite pasta. These are grilled until perfectly caramelized, and served with greens, berries, cheese, candied pecans and an amazing balsamic dressing.
If you’re looking for a savory, crispy and delicious side dish, then this roasted Brussels sprouts with bacon is perfect. Plus, if you’re trying to convinced your loved ones just how delicious Brussels sprouts are, then this recipe will work.
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