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As our go-to guru for Italian cuisine, Giada De Laurentiis knows a thing or two about our favorite food group: pasta. From creamy lobster sauce to lemony pesto, these ten best Giada recipes give us some of the most tasteful noodles around.

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Giadzy

ORECCHIETTE with Cauliflower and Bread Crumbs

More ways to eat cauliflower, because of course. This time our versatile veggie is topped with crispy bread crumbs and lots and lots of Parm.

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Giadzy

Cherry Tomato Spaghetti

Fresh, simple and cooked in under 30 minutes. Meet your new weeknight go-to.

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Giadzy

Macaroni and Cheese

It’s a classic for a reason. Giada takes it up a notch by baking smoky ham into the mix.

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Giadzy

Creamy Lobster Linguini

Is there anything more decadent than seafood pasta? Serve with a generous portion of fresh Parmesan (duh).

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Food Network

Chicken Tetrazzini

An oldie but a goodie. Transport yourself to your grandma’s kitchen with one bite of this classic.

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Popular Mag

Parsley Lemon Pesto with Tagliatelle

You can put this fresh and nutty sauce on just about anything, but let’s stick with the basics, shall we?

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Food Network

BAKED MANICOTTI WITH SAUSAGE AND PEAS

It doesn’t get any more wholesome than this.

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Make Me Hungry

Roasted Butternut Squash Ravioli

The dish tastes even better knowing you filled the pasta pouches yourself.

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Giadzy

Simple Bolognese with Fettuccine

When we dream of a heaping bowl of hearty pasta, this is what we see.

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Giadzy

Noodle Paella

An Italian take on the Spanish classic. (And yep, it’s as good as it looks.)

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