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Puttanesca Pasta Salad


For a quick, healthy, vegan dish, look no further than this simple yet delicious recipe. Pasta, olives, tomatoes, capers and fresh herbs come together, drizzled in biodynamic olive oil and balsamic vinegar, for a nutritious, flavorful Puttanesca salad that’s perfect for lunch, dinner or as a side. Elevating this dish to a higher standard of quality are the regeneratively grown ingredients from Solspring® – a food brand that offers USDA Organic as well as the largest variety of Demeter Certified Biodynamic® foods in the U.S.

Known as the original regenerative agriculture – what organic is actually based on – the biodynamic approach helps restore degraded soils with holistic, climate-beneficial practices. Rather than focus on individual crops, biodynamics considers the prosperity of the whole farm, treating it as a single living, breathing organism – an ecosystem where every species, both plant and animal, has purpose.

This all-encompassing approach integrates livestock to nurture the soil, employs plant diversity and crop rotation to prevent soil depletion, utilizes low-till practices to reduce soil erosion and improve water quality, and completely avoids synthetic pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers, hormones and GMOs. The result? Greater biodiversity, healthier people, a stronger planet and exceptional ingredients the way nature intended.

Puttanesca Pasta Salad

Puttanesca Pasta Salad

Puttanesca Pasta Salad

Garnishes: flat-leaf parsley, basil and olive oil

  1. Cook half package of pasta according to package directions.

  2. In large bowl, combine pasta, tomatoes, olives and capers.

  3. In small bowl, combine oil, vinegar, garlic, oregano and chili flakes; pour over pasta and fold to incorporate.

  4. Garnish with parsley, basil and oil. Season to taste.

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Nutrition Facts

Puttanesca Pasta Salad

Amount Per Serving

Calories 290
Calories from Fat 90

% Daily Value*

Fat 10g15%

Saturated Fat 1g5%

Polyunsaturated Fat 1g

Monounsaturated Fat 6g

Sodium 286mg12%

Potassium 286mg8%

Carbohydrates 42g14%

Fiber 6g24%

Sugar 5g6%

Protein 8g16%

Vitamin A 752IU15%

Vitamin C 27mg33%

Calcium 39mg4%

Iron 1mg6%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.




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