Spinach Fettuccine With Veggies Galore
Hi lovelies! I’m here to share another one of my favorite and quick vegetarian meals! My spinach fettuccine with loads of veggies. The Spinach Fettuccine is one of my favorites because it is done in literally less than five minutes! Usually pasta takes a while, so I was happy when I found this alternative and it’s healthier! Again, it is super simple and super easy to recreate and can be adjusted as needed to add meat if you truly can’t live without meat for one evening! 🙂 Let’s get started!
One package (9 oz.) Spinach Fettuccine (found at Sprouts in refrigerated aisle)
One medium white onion
2-3 cups of baby belle mushrooms
6-7 stalks of asparagus
1 green zucchini
1 cup of frozen corn
1 Tablespoon of minced garlic
1 Tablespoon of cayenne pepper
1 Teaspoon of salt
1 Teaspoon of pepper
1 Tablespoon of EVOO (Extra Virgin Olive Oil)
1 cup of shredded Mozzarella cheese
Cut mushrooms in halves
Cut asparagus in 1 inch pieces
Once you have your veggies all prepped, heat up your oil in a non-stick skillet on medium heat. Once oil is heated, toss in your garlic and let cook for 2 minutes until fragrant. Then toss in your veggies, except for your zucchini and corn. Cook the veggies on medium heat for 8 minutes before tossing in your zucchini and corn and cook for another 4 minutes and add in salt, pepper, and cayenne pepper.
Prepare your meat in another skillet at this point or when you begin the veggies depending on how long it takes to cook. You can combine it all-together in the end.
Meanwhile, boil water in a pot per the packaged instructions. I usually eyeball the amount of water (about half way), sprinkle some salt in the boiling water before putting in the Spinach Fettuccine. Once the veggies are close to being done, put in the package of Spinach Fettuccine in and let cook for 3-3 1/2 minutes, the noodles cook super quick!
Drain pasta when finished, remove veggies from heat, and combine all-together in the pot you were cooking the pasta in. Serve onto plates and sprinkle cheese as desired.
Now dig in! 🙂