Artichoke & Sun-Dried Tomato Pasta Recipe

Looking for another vegetarian dish? This artichoke and sun-dried tomato pasta recipe is a perfect food that will complete your lunch or dinner meals. You just need a few ingredients that are very easy to find and prepare. Here’s a 40-minute pasta recipe yet very healthy and tasty. Try it out!


• 227 grams or a box of gluten-free pasta
• 1 cup artichoke hearts (cut into bite-sizes)
• 1 cup snow peas
• 3/4 cup sun-dried tomatoes (cut into strips)
• 1 large red onion (diced)
• Olive oil
• Salt
• Ground black pepper


For the pasta:
Set a large pot over medium-high heat.
Pour water and let it boil.
Add a pinch of salt.
Once it boils, add in the pasta.
Pour some olive oil.
Stir it up to make sure it won’t stick together.
Cover the pot halfway and let it cook.
Drain the water.
Put the pasta back to the pot.
Set aside.

For the mixture:
Set a saucepan over medium heat.
Pour olive oil.
Saute onions until its golden.
Add the snow peas and reduce heat to low.
Add the sun-dried tomatoes and artichoke hearts.
Mix well.
Let it cook for 1-2 minutes or until the ingredients are cooked.
Turn off the heat.
Toss it in the pot and mix it with the pasta.
Transfer to a plate.
Top if off with fresh ground pepper.
Serve and enjoy!

Tips and ideas:

You can adjust the ingredients base on your liking and taste.

You can add other ingredients like black olives, red pepper, or basil.

You can top it off with Parmesan cheese.

Artichoke & Sun Dried Tomato Pasta Recipe
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