How to Host A Homemade Italian Pasta Party

How to Host A Homemade Italian Pasta Party

Invite your friends over for a pasta-making party! Make pasta and sauce from scratch for a fun activity and then eat your own creations for dinner! Recipe4Living has just the recipes you need for an authentic Italian Pasta Party!


This week in RSVP: You're Invited we're going to do things a little differently. Instead of the usual appetizers, side dishes, beverages, etc. our sections consist of homemade pastas, sauces, all-in-one dishes and desserts. Why? Because that's simply all you need for this fun Italian Pasta Party! Invite your guests over before dinner time so you can make the pasta and sauce together!

Happy pasta making!

Hillary

Your RSVP Editor

Homemade Pastas Making your own pasta seems like so much work, but if you give it a try, you'll find out it's not that hard!

Fresh Whole Wheat Pasta

Egg Noodles

Fresh Black Pepper Pasta

Whole Wheat Pasta

Old Fashioned Egg Noodles

Pasta Sauces Even if you don't make your own pasta, making your own sauce is completely worth it. Give it a try with these recipes!

Creamy Tomato Pasta Sauce with Basil

Primo Pesto Sauce

All Purpose Pasta Sauce

Light Alfredo

Fresh Tomato Sauce

All-In-One Dishes If you want simpler dishes that still deliver, try serving recipes from this section!

Chicken Pasta with Tomato Sauce

Angel Hair Pasta with Creamy Mushroom Sauce

Pasta with Mint and Parmesan

Herbed Pasta Primavera

Pasta with Sausage and Tomatoes

Desserts

Since it's a party after all, we just couldn't skip dessert! Try some Italian favorites to keep with the theme.

Italian Cheese Cake

Almond Biscotti

Chocolate Truffle Torte

Quick Tiramisu

Italian Cannoli

Presentation Pointers: 1. Choose your pasta and sauce before the party and organize a list of tasks to hand out to your guests when they arrive.

2.  Some recipes for pasta may require a drying rack, make sure you have enough room on your counter or table to dry your pasta in a clean place.

3. Prepare large serving bowls for both the pasta and the sauce. That way, each guest can take as much or as little of each as they want!

For more information on pasta, visit Using Your Noodle.
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