thinking of all kinds of ways to use them in all kinds of recipes. This one so
far is one of my favorites.
even know if you can call it a sauce, since it’s pretty chunky, but it lent
itself well to pasta so I guess it’s a sauce. I just had so many sun golds that
were supremely ripe and ready to be devoured so I decided to roast them, easily
with some flavor boosters and because I like them in their oozy burst state I
decided not to blend them. Again so easy.
tomato, but I like the bright color and super sweet taste in these babies.
have been experimenting with varying pasta dough recipes to find my favorite. I
used this recipe this time around and found it to be difficult to work and
a bit dry, but that could have also simply been the heat in this tiny kitchen
in the summer. The filling was plain old ricotta, with nothing else, again because
we were going simple here. I also served it with a Pinot Grigio for good measure.
rotation for our dinner parties, it’s just too easy. We might even have to try
it over some chicken, or with rice or something. Experiments are always fun.
Chopped basil for garnish
pepper and oil in a large baking dish. Toss well to combine and spread evenly. Bake
in the oven for 35-40 minutes or until the tomatoes begin to burst, and release
juices. Remove from oven and serve immediately.