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Creole Pasta Primavera • Chef Eliana
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Creole Pasta Primavera

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Creole Pasta Primavera
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Primavera means “spring” in Italian and Spanish. Therefore, this dish is a celebration of spring vegetables. Chef Eliana invented Creole Pasta Primavera as a way to combine the classic Italian dish with her Louisiana roots.

Sofrito is a mixture of onion, celery, and garlic that forms the base of many Italian dishes. Other cuisines use similar combinations. The French mirepoix is onions, carrots, and celery and the Spanish sofrito is onions, garlic, and tomato. In the U.S., many Creole dishes use onions, celery and bell peppers (called the Holy Trinity) which is why you’ll also find bell peppers in this dish!

Order Chef Eliana’s Spice It Up! Creole seasoning in her store. 

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