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17 Of The Most Delicious Things You Can Do With Bow-Tie Pasta

Besides wear it to formal events.

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1. Use it as a bite-sized substitute for lasagna noodles.

This recipe has three kinds of cheese. ::praise hands emoji:: Here's the recipe.
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This recipe has three kinds of cheese. ::praise hands emoji:: Here's the recipe.

2. Warm it in a turkey sausage–based soup.

With veggies and beans to make it extra hearty. Here's the recipe.
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With veggies and beans to make it extra hearty. Here's the recipe.

3. Toss it with brown butter and your favorite seasonal veggies.

Here's the recipe.

4. Fry it and serve it up with crawfish dip.

Or just toss it with spicy Cajun seasoning and nom on it by itself. Here's the recipe.
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Or just toss it with spicy Cajun seasoning and nom on it by itself. Here's the recipe.

5. Nestle it beneath a crispy fried–cornflake chicken breast.

The chicken's pan-fried, so no special equipment is necessary. Here's the recipe.
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The chicken's pan-fried, so no special equipment is necessary. Here's the recipe.

6. Sneak it into a salad for extra delicious texture.

And to make your salad go a little further. Here's the recipe.
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And to make your salad go a little further. Here's the recipe.

7. Mix it together with mini Italian sausage meatballs and basil shreds.

And using jarred tomato sauce makes it super easy! Here's the recipe.
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And using jarred tomato sauce makes it super easy! Here's the recipe.

8. Combine it with tuna, peas, onions, and dill for the ultimate al fresco appetizer.

Still counts as an appetizer if you eat the whole batch yourself. Here's the recipe.
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Still counts as an appetizer if you eat the whole batch yourself. Here's the recipe.

9. Bake it with some tomato sauce, garlic, and (naturally) lots of cheese.

Here's the recipe.

10. Smother it in a creamy butternut squash sage sauce.

Fall in a bite. Here's the recipe.

11. Sweeten it with baked golden beets and softened kale.

And pine nuts for ~crunch~. Here's the recipe.
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And pine nuts for ~crunch~. Here's the recipe.

12. Sprinkle it with a generous helping of Cajun seasoning and butter.

Here's the recipe.

13. Use it as an excuse to eat that leftover holiday ham in your freezer.

You could also add some frozen peas in here for a little green, if you want. Here's the recipe.
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You could also add some frozen peas in here for a little green, if you want. Here's the recipe.

14. Serve it with roasted lemons and asparagus.

With a creamy sauce, of course. Here's the recipe.

15. Hide it under a bed of arugula and mozzarella cheese.

And toss it with a pumpkin sauce. Here's the recipe.
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And toss it with a pumpkin sauce. Here's the recipe.

16. Stir-fry it in a one-pot meal with veggies and chicken.

17. Coat it (and some fresh mozzarella) in a homemade pesto.

Like caprese salad except better, because there's more pasta. Here's the recipe.
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Like caprese salad except better, because there's more pasta. Here's the recipe.

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