4 Ingredient Pasta



Ingredients
pasta - anything you have will do
olive oil - just a drizzle
1-2 pints fresh tomatoes
1 garlic clove - crushed


Seriously how easy can this get?  Throw 1 or 2 pints of cherry tomatoes on a baking sheet with a drizzle of olive oil, salt and pepper.  Roast for about 20 minutes at 375 degrees or until soft and slightly blackened.

Meanwhile the pasta is cooking til al dente.  Toss the pasta with the roasted tomatoes and a fresh crushed clove of garlic.  Sit and enjoy. x

24 comments

  1. Hi Janet- thanks so much for this recipe. I love that it is so simple and most likely incredibly delicious. I am so enjoying your blog and want you to know how much I enjoy everything I learn from you. From having a simple yet chic wardrobe, clean/airy/elegant beautiful home, delicious easy recipes with ingredients I always have on hand, and simply living an honest and kind life- you are the absolute best!!

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    1. omgosh thank you dana. i think you will enjoy this easy easy recipe. you can roast any veggies and do the same with them. tonight i have some asparagus i'm roasting for it! x

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  2. So happy happy HAPPY when you post recipes, Janet!

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  3. The perfect, simple meal! Love all your recipes.

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  4. I agree with all the previous comments...I couldn't say it any better. Thank you for sharing!

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  5. My kind of meal! I have commented on several of your last posts, but they did not go thru. Not going into google this time and I hope it works. xoxo

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    1. oh emily i was wondering what you thought of sara berman's closet?! i get so annoyed when i cannot leave a comment on various blogs! xo

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  6. Made your pecan date truffles today - they are so good! My only problem will be to limit myself to only one after a meal! Will def. try this recipe too.

    Really enjoyed the closet post - so interesting. Kay

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    1. aren't those truffles great?! i'm like you, i have to limit myself but they are so sweet and satisfying that it's not too hard to do. and they last forever in the refrigerator! x

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  7. I love your recipes, they always simple and fresh! I have also roasted asparagus with some mushrooms as a topping for pasta. now that the weather is finally turning colder I need to make your chili.
    Darby

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    1. thank you darby. i love mushrooms and pasta too. unfortunately L hates them! but i will make them on the side if i need to:) chili weather is coming.

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  8. as I comment on that beautiful pasta dish I am reading below what you say that I have always loved...
    "kindness is never out of style."
    and may I add... neither is simplicity.
    fresh tomatoes and pasta... YES!

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    1. awww thank you tammy j. i've been working in the kitchen on perfecting my thanksgiving main dish. it's hot and i have to use the oven so right at this moment simplicity is kinda out the window. deep breaths! xo

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  9. This recipe is right up my alley...simple & with ingredients one usually has on hand. I can see from reading the other comments that I need to look at some of your recipes I may have missed.

    Anita ~ the cabin on the creek

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  10. OKAY, because I AM TOLD I AM BOSSY and I MARRIED an 100 percent ITALIAN I have to PIPE up HERE!
    When you cook the pasta you must add some rock salt.Palm of your hand!ALWAYS!!!!!!
    Second, once you drain the PASTA and put back into the hot pot you add olive oil to coat the pasta!Than add the tomatoes and stir..............
    YOURS LOOK DELICIOUS...........XX

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    1. i always add sea salt to the water! i skip adding more oil to the pasta because the tomatoes already have the olive oil but that's me! and i'm 100% not italian:) xo

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  11. Roasting the tomatoes makes all the difference...this would be a recipe that I could eat almost everyday!

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    1. yes leslie it is what adds all the earthiness and sweetness! xo

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  12. How do I find the pecan date recipe? I also roast cherry tomatoes (sun gold) and mix with pasta or zucchini ribbons I air dry for a day or TWO to get nice and CHEWY. No garlic. Too stinky. But lots of good Parmesan... Love when you post a recipe. Loved when you posted your daily lunch. Got so many GREAT IDEAS!!!

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  13. I learnt to prepare peach crisp from your blog Janet , I always bake them when peaches are in season so simple tasty and a favorite at my home.
    The four ingredient pasta looks scrumptious !!

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kindness is never out of style.

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