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Easy Tomato Basil Pasta Recipe

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I love saving time with Dorot Garden’s frozen basil and frozen garlic. This Easy Tomato Basil Pasta Recipe comes together quickly!


Tomato Basil Pasta

Hello Friends! Today I want to share with you a wonderful way to save valuable time while preparing meals for your family. I first heard about Dorot Gardens on social media. I wanted to see what they were all about because I have never used frozen basil before, but the idea intrigued me.

I found Dorot Gardens at my neighborhood (Kroger) Ralph’s store. It was located in the frozen vegetable section of the store. I found several herbs and thought I would try them in my Easy Tomato Basil Pasta Recipe.

What I love about Dorot Gardens herbs is that they do not only offer super convenient ingredients, but they also:

  • have a two-year freezer shelf life
  • reduce the need for chopping 0r measuring
  • help in less wasting of herbs that are left unused
  • are a possible cost-savings over fresh herbs


In this recipe, I used Dorot Gardens Basil and Dorot Gardens Garlic. They are easy to use and no chopping is required as you just pop the squares to release the herbs.


Easy Tomato Basil Pasta Recipe

2 cups bowtie pasta, cooked and drained

4 tomatoes chopped

1/2 cup chopped onion

4 squares Dorot Basil

2 squares Dorot Garlic

2 tablespoons olive oil

1/2 container Feta cheese crumbles

3/4 cup Parmesan cheese


In a bowl, mix together tomatoes, onion basil, garlic and olive oil.

Add mixture to cooked pasta.

Fold in feta cheese crumbles and Parmesan cheese.


This recipe can also be chilled and served as a cold pasta. It is perfect for a picnic or take along lunch. Serves 6. To find out where to purchase Dorot Gardens, check the store list.



Check out the Dorot Gardens website for more on the product and recipe ideas. Follow along on social media with #ElevateYourPlate.

Check out Dorot Gardens website, and tell me what herb would you like to try?


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