*  Exported from  MasterCook  *
 
                           Pasta with vegetables
 
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 Serving Size  : 2    Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Pasta                            Low-Fat
                 Vegetarian
 
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
 --------  ------------  --------------------------------
    6      ounce         Pasta, non-egg -- your choice
                         (I like Rotelle for this)
    1      each          Yellow onion -- largeish
    1      each          Green Bell pepper
    6      each          Mushrooms -- medium
    1      each          Zuccini squash
    1      can           Hunt’s “Light” fat-free
                         Spaghetti Sauce (26.75 oz)
    1      each          Weight Watcher’s brand
                         Fat-free “Grated Parmesan
                         Italian Topping”
 
 Start a pot of water on high for the pasta, and put a large non-stick skillet on
medium high heat (no added lubrication.)  When the water boils, dump the pasta in
and look at the clock.
 
   Meanwhile, wash and cut up the veggies in the sequence given, dumping each into
 the skillet and stiring before going on to the next.  The key to this recipe is
 to cut the vegetables into large enough chunks, and not to overcook them.  Cut
 onion into quarters, then slice about 3/4 inch thick.
 Likewise for the pepper, removing stem, seeds, and soft parts. Cut mushrooms in
half, or quarters if larger.  Cut the zuke in half lengthwise, then slice 1/2
inch thick.
 
  When the pasta has boiled for 10 to 12 minutes, take it off and drain it.
 Check that the vegies are not still raw, then pour the can of sauce in with them.
 Divide the pasta onto serving plates while the sauce is heating.
 Stir the sauce, and when it’s hot through, spoon over the pasta. Top generously
to taste with the phony parmesan.
 
   Makes 2 large or 3 smaller servings.	Elapsed time under 20 minutes. Zero grams
 fat.
 
  David Harmon, fidonet Cooking echo.
 
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