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Pasta salad

🍳 20 min

🔥 330 cal

✍️ by Taisiia Dobrozorova


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Pasta salad

13 g


30 g


18 g



Pasta, strawberries, feta, oh my! If you enjoy your salads and pasta salads loaded with "stuff," this recipe is for you. And it's a combination of ingredients that you might second-guess at first. Sure, strawberries and feta might seem oddly paired, but the sweet-salty combination hits the spot every time. Feta cheese is a no-brainer in a salad like this, but substituting goat cheese would be a total home run too. What is perfect about this salad is it can be stored in the fridge for up to 4-5 days. Or as long as the strawberries last. By the way, this refreshing pasta can boast of being packed with vitamins and healthy nutrients! The jam ingredient here is the heart-shaped red fruit is full of fiber and exceptionally high levels of antioxidants known as polyphenols. Strawberries are a sodium-free, fat-free, cholesterol-free, low-calorie food.

Pasta salad Recipe

Essential ingredients

  • Pasta

    50 g (½ cup)

  • Strawberries

    100 g (½ cup)

  • Feta cheese

    50 g

  • Shallot

    40 g (1 pieces)

  • Balsamic dressing

    7 g (½ tsp)

  • Olive oil

    5 g (1 tsp)

  • Arugula

    20 g (1 cup)

Ingredients to taste


How to make

Please follow the next steps:

  1. 1

    Cook the pasta according to package instructions. Then drain and let it cool.

  2. 2

    Put cooled pasta in a large bowl, and add the sliced strawberries, grated feta cheese, and arugula. Toss everything together.

  3. 3

    Dress with balsamic glaze and olive oil, season with salt to your taste, and toss to coat thoroughly.

  4. 4

    Serve with fresh juice or mango smoothie!

Weight Loss Tips

  • Carry healthy food with you in case you get hungry. Light and easy-to-make snacks include whole fruits, nuts, carrots, yogurt, and hard-boiled eggs.

  • Weight your pasta before cooking: In this case, it's much easier to count how many calories you've got from your porridge.

  • Vegetables contain a large amount of fiber, vitamins, and vegetable protein, which bypasses the animal according to some indicators.

  • Cooking Method

    Boiling, Slicing

  • Recipe category

    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Recipe cuisine


  • Tools

    Knife, Cutting board, Bowl

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