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Kosher Baked Feta Pasta

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Kosher Baked Feta Pasta

45 minutes total

Kosher baked feta cheese pasta is a delicious and easy-to-make dish that has taken the internet by storm. This recipe combines the tangy flavor of feta cheese with the sweetness of roasted tomatoes and the richness of pasta, resulting in a mouth-watering meal that is perfect for any occasion. Whether you're looking for a quick and easy weeknight dinner or a show-stopping dish to impress your guests, this kosher baked feta pasta recipe is sure to become a new favorite in your kitchen.



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Serves 4

320 g (11,3 oz) Barilla® Penne rigate
20 ml E.V.O , divided
150g (1,5) medium size zucchini, 1 cm diced
650 g multicolor cherry tomatoes
1 slices, ½ cm thick lemon
150 g Kosher feta cheese, whole
2 gr oregano
10 leaves basil, torn
to taste Salt and black pepper


Individuals with allergies or specific dietary concerns should verify that the ingredients they utilize for the recipes comply with their restrictions.


Step 1

Here are 5 easy steps for your halal baked feta cheese pasta recipe:

Step 2

Preheat oven to 200° C and bring a pot of salted water to boil

Step 3

Place zucchini, tomatoes, lemon and oregano in a baking dish, season with salt, pepper and half E.V.O, place feta right in the center. Bake in the oven for 20 minutes.

  • zucchini
  • tomatoes
  • lemon
  • oregano
  • salt
  • pepper
  • extra virgin olive oil
  • feta cheese

Step 4

Meanwhile cook pasta according to package directions. One minute before pasta is fully cooked add half cup of cooking liquid to feta veggies mixture, and with the help of a spoon smash the cheese and stir.

  • pasta

Step 5

Fold in drained pasta, mix well, add basil and drizzle with remaining extra virgin olive oil.

  • basil

Passive cooking

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