What’s better than a one-pot meal? How about a one pot pasta that’s so full of vegetables, it’s basically a salad? This one-pot, Olive Garden-inspired spiralized primavera pasta is the perfect way to make use of that spiralizer you bought but used only once. With this recipe, you can use it to make a delicious and decadent pasta just a little bit healthier. As an added benefit, using one pot means there’s plenty of space in the dishwasher for the spiralizer attachments. Of course, if you don’t have this tool, you can use a food processor with a spiralizer attachment, or just slice the vegetables into thin strips with a sharp knife.
Also, the white wine is optional, though most of it cooks off. Alternately, you could substitute a few tablespoons of lemon juice, some vegetable stock, or simply use a little more of the cooking water if you’re making a virgin version.