Rigatoni with Chicken, Broccoli, Sun-dried Tomatoes & Basil
Research shows eating pasta as part of a Mediterranean-style diet does not make you fat. This type of diet includes pasta dishes in moderation. Plus, pasta offers an easy and simple way to create a versatile meal—from sprinkling a finished dish with fresh cheese, to spicing it up with seasoned sauce, or tossing it with vegetables.
For example, adding chicken, garlic, onion, broccoli, sun-dried tomatoes, basil and Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese to 2 oz. of al dente rigatoni pasta is all it takes to create a perfectly portioned, healthy and satisfying meal. For more tasty inspiration, use this healthy pasta recipe builder as your guide. For a freer form and exploratory pasta recipe journey, check out Barilla's full collection of recipes and pick out your next dinner idea. There are many ways to incorporate pasta, responsibly, into your diet. Better get to your own research!"