This recipe is the perfect addition to your recipe arsenal. When I need a quick, easy meal that I know will please and will NOT stress me out, I pull out this recipe and throw it together. It’s perfect for entertaining guests and thanks to the minimal prep and clean up, it will give you more time to visit with your guests and you’ll spend less time in the kitchen!
My inspiration for this dish was the end of my cherry tomato harvest. I salvaged a few cups of cherry tomatoes from my garden after it got hit by frost and I knew I wanted to put together an easy one pot pasta recipe with them.
In a large dutch oven (this one is my favorite pot for one pot meals) combine cherry tomatoes, sliced in half, onions, garlic, frozen, fully cooked meatballs, basil, spaghetti or linguine noodles (uncooked), kosher salt, ground pepper, water and Italian seasoning.
Cover and bring to a boil. Once it has reached a boil, remove cover and cook 7 minutes, until pasta is al dente. Stir occasionally. Liquid will absorb and become sauce when the tomatoes cook down. You’ll be left with a light tomato sauce that is deliciously fresh tasting. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and serve.
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