Pappardelle with Blackened Tofu and Roasted Veggies
Pappardelle pasta tossed in harissa with blackened tofu, roasted veggies, blistered cherry tomatoes, almond yogurt, and mint.
Short History: This pasta’s Tuscan origins date back to the 14th century. However, due to their extensive popularity, today pappardelle can be found throughout all regions of Italy. Due to the decadent nature of these strands and the rich sauces that they are usually paired with, pappardelle dishes are often enjoyed in the winter months, or on more traditional ‘feasting days’.


Calories 472

Fat 12g

Carbs 70g

Protein 25g

Fiber 9g

Sodium 500mg

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