Want to find an easy dish that will make getting the kids to eat their veggies easy? Look no further. We love this recipe because the unique shape of our D’Agostino Shells soak up this delicate sauce and as a HUGE plus – it is so easy and the sauce can be made in one pot under 30 minutes.
The perfect marriage of Cioppino and Seafood Pasta. It takes a little time and planning ahead, but the layers and depth of flavor of all the local ingredients are unreal.
This is the best vodka sauce—it’s creamy but bright. The D’Agostino Spicy Pasta Sauce is so flavorful and fresh. To make sure that each piece of pasta is coated, we like to stir the pasta directly into the sauce while it’s still in the skillet before adding the garnishes.
Craving some fresh veggies that your kids (might) actually eat?! This classic dish works because it is both healthy and tasty. Feel free to substitute the shrimp with a local spicy Italian sausage and just throw it on the grill. We recommend prepping vegetables earlier to make it a super easy meal.
This easy and tasty recipe gives a good kick with some crushed red pepper. The shrimp and veggie of your choice make this a perfect light summer pasta dish.
Not every Italian dish requires hours of simmering and painstaking prep work. The word “pomodoro” means tomato in Italian. Pomodoro sauce is a simple tomato sauce that’s used for pasta, pizza, and more. We like this recipe because it is simple but oh so good and the D’Agostino Fleur de Lis pasta captures the sauce perfectly.
A tasty cajun pasta dish with alligator sausage created for our signature D’Agostino Alligator pasta and roasted garlic and bell peppers. By chef Todd Gathman.
Chicken Alfredo is a staple of Italian restaurant menus. Our classic take is just the right amount of creaminess mixed with a unique fresh pop from the lemon and nutmeg. There is also little clean up because we cook the chicken and sauce in the same pan.
It is crawfish season y’all! This recipe hits the trifecta for cajun spring cuisine. Artisan D’Agostino Crawfish Pasta, CRAWFISH, and that classic tomato cream with a little cajun flare. Plus, it is super easy and only takes one pot for the sauce!
A vegetarian pesto alternative with Instant Pot white beans as the protein. Earthy flavors from the beans and pesto mix with the reminiscence of Italy with the artisan D’Agostino Pasta.