Baked Farfalle Pasta with Mushrooms, Peas and Lemon White Sauce Recipe is a cheesy, creamy and velvety pasta. This baked pasta has combination of distinct flavors which garlic, lemon and the earthy mushrooms bring in.
Farfalle, commonly known a “bow tie pasta” comes in various sizes. I chose the smaller farfalle as cheese and rich sauce coats really well on it. It is also an exciting shape for kids to try. The key to any baked pasta dish such as this one is not to overcook the farfalle. It should be slightly underdone before baking it so that the pasta retains its texture after baking.It is a delicious one pot vegetarian dish that is novel to your guests, but simple enough for a midweek dinner.
Serve Baked Farfalle Pasta with Mushrooms Peas and Lemon White Sauce with some toasted Garlic Bread for a weeknight dinner or your pizza party. You can also enjoy it with a glass of wine.
If you are a pasta lover try more such pastas like Penne With Roasted Eggplant And Mint Pesto Recipe, Red Chilli Pesto & Roasted Tomato Spaghetti Pasta Recipe, Whole Wheat Spinach Ricotta Ravioli in Creamy Tomato Basil Sauce
Did you know: Mushrooms are an exceptionally nutrient-dense food, with one serve offering a surprising amount and array of essential nutrients. Mushrooms are naturally low in sodium, fat, cholesterol, and calories and have often been referred to as “functional foods.” The fiber, potassium and vitamin C content in mushrooms all contribute to cardiovascular health. Potassium and sodium work together in the body to help regulate blood pressure. Consuming mushrooms, which are high in potassium and low in sodium helps to lower blood pressure and decrease the risk of high blood pressure and cardiovascular diseases.