Fettuccine with Oven Roasted Tomatoes...

Monday, February 6, 2012


As I mentioned yesterday, I plan on sharing different 
Side Dishes
with you this week.

I don't know about any of you, but I'm always
looking for something NEW and EASY to prepare to go along
with our meals here at Walking on Sunshine.
I thought maybe you might enjoy these recipes.

Our first Side Dish of the week is so easy.
It's something I've made a few times and the Colonel just loves it...

Fettuccine with Roasted Tomatoes


Ingredients:

1 container of grape tomatoes
Italian dressing
garlic
pepper
red pepper flakes
fettuccine
Parmesan cheese

Place the grape tomatoes in a container and add the Italian dressing, pepper and red pepper flakes.
Use whatever seasonings YOUR family enjoys..


Cover and let the tomatoes marinade for awhile.

In the meantime,
prepare the fettuccine according to the directions on the package.

Place the tomatoes on a baking sheet and bake at 425...


After 15 minutes the tomatoes will look like this...


Toss the tomatoes with the cooked fettuccine,
add Parmesan cheese and serve...


Really good and REALLY EASY!

I served this dish with Chicken Cutlets a week ago.


It was a HIT!




ENJOY YOUR DAY!


20 comments :

  1. Lois you have the most fabulous recipes here. This looks so yummy.
    Have a great week dear one. hugs.

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  2. I love roasted tomatoes and certainly will try it your way.

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  3. YUM! You always post the most delicious looking food! I always know which blogs to go to for ideas while cooking, and yours is one of them.

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  4. Good morning! This sounds REALLY good. I love roasted tomatoes and fettuccine though, so what's not to like.

    Our team did NOT win...sigh. Oh well, there's always next year.

    Have a wonderful day! HUGS

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  5. Oven roasted anything is alluring! This looks like a delicious recipe. Who doesn't love that ingredient list??

    Be sure to stop in for my 25% off Hope of Spring sale on all my homemade soaps, going on this week only.

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  6. Oh Lois Can i come over to your house tonight for dinner? That looks soooooo yummy!

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  7. I love pasta! You have the best recipes, Lois. Have a wonderful week!

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  8. I can eat pasta just about any way it comes! So, the fettuccine recipe would definitely be a big hit in our house! You always share some of the BEST recipes, Lois!

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  9. Yummy... I love fettuccine and I love tomatoes, so I will definitely have to try this recipe. I can't wait.

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  10. Hubs would love the Fettuccine with the roasted tomatoes. The thing is, he only likes tomatoes when we grow them or get them from a nearby farmer. He hates the tomatoes we buy in the winter. Picky, picky picky

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  11. Hi Lois, We would love this recipe. Thanks so much!

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  12. Yum and more yum! I wish you could just come cook at my house everyday....

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  13. I think figuring out the side dishes is the hardest part of planning dinner, so I'm excited about this week of recipes.

    I'm glad your husband's home again and your family's back together!

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  14. Hi Lois,
    Wow, that looks yummy and so do those hamburgers with the carmelized onions. I have never tried roasting tomatoes, but I have roasted just about every other veggie there is!!lol

    That is so neat that your Mom and I share the same birthday, hope you get everything done for her party ahead of time and that it turns out really great, wow, 80, I am sort of in awe over 60 but in a good way, so I can imagine how she must feel. So nice you are doing that for her, you are a sweet daughter.
    course, I am not surprised cause you are a sweetie the rest of the time so why not for her birthday!! lol

    See ya tomorrow hon, I am headed to beddie bye land,
    Blessings Galore

    Glad Phil got home in time for the Super bowl and the good food!! that is really the fav thing about it.
    We really didn't have a fav team,
    if the Bronco's would have gone then we would have!! lol

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  15. nice blog! keep it up!

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  16. yummy...
    Well done...I'll try...
    Hugs

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  17. I love baked tomatos and often cook them with garlik and olives. I like your recipe!!

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