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Goat Cheese Pasta

This is a great pasta for lent.  This is one of my favorite pastas.  I love to make this and have the left overs for lunch.

1 lb penne pasta
11 oz. Goat cheese
3/4 cup chopped sun dried tomatoes
1 cup chicken stock
1 cup of cooked garbanzo beans
2 cloves of garlic

Directions:  Cook pasta according to directions.   Reserve some of the pasta water. Use a skillet to make sauce.  Mince garlic and put in skillet with chicken stock bring to a low simmer.  Break up goat cheese and put in skillet, stir until all of the cheese is melted.  Add garbanzo beans so that they warm.  Toss sauce with pasta, add sun dried tomatoes.  Salt to taste.  Serve right away.  If sauce is to thick or it rests for too long before serving use pasta water to thin.  Enjoy!



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  1. Sounds absolutely delicious! Thanks for sharing the your recipe.

    Anne

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  2. I LOVE goat cheese and sun dried tomatoes! The only reason I rarely make anything with goat cheese is because my husband doesn't like it :( I may try this one anyway!

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