Liven up your pasta dishes with these fall produce-packed dishes.
The sweet, fibrous flesh of autumn pumpkins just begs to be roasted. Nutritionally speaking, they're hard to beat, topping the list of superfoods with plenty of protein, fiber, vitamin C, potassium, and beta-carotene. Plus, they're low in calories (just 49 per cup), making them the perfect anchor for a hearty pasta dish with anchovies and toasted walnuts.
This dish is a great start to a healthier, flexitarian (more veggies, less meat) style of eating.
Broiling is one of the easiest ways to cook broccoli rabe: The stalks turn bright green and tender and the leaves get nice and crispy. Serve this rich, zesty combo as a warm salad or over pasta.