Sun Burst Tomato Pasta

My son, Chance, told me he was tired of the same old food. With the next Summer Fest for the FN Dish coming up; I thought why not come up with something different! While  looking for inspiration, I came across these little bad boys, Sunburst Tomatoes. I just love the color! Color in a dish means so much!

sun burst tomatoes

Those colors scream Fall is coming, but Summer is yet still here. Some days your just looking for quick and easy meal, without the overload of ingredients, this dish is it! Creamy Parmesan sauce with bursting tomatoes and spunky aromatic spring onions; it is a super food dish! Oh, did I mention the left over ham? Yes, just keep your left over ham from any occasion and toss right in. You can always substitute the ham for bacon if you would like.  Not sure if my son ended up liking the dish but I know my grandmother fell in love with it! (she’s picky).

Sun Burst Tomato Pasta
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Ingredients
  1. 2 packages sun burst tomatoes (sliced in halves)
  2. 1 bundle spring onions (chopped)
  3. 1/2 lb of chopped ham (precooked; cubed)
  4. 1lb spaghetti, angel hair, or pasta of your choice
  5. 2 cups heavy whipping cream
  6. 2 cups Parmesan or Romano cheese
  7. salt and pepper to taste
  8. 1 tbsp olive oil
Instructions
  1. Fill a large pot with water, olive oil, and salt; bring to a boil. While you are waiting for the water to boil; slice the sun burst tomatoes in halves. Chop the spring onions. Use both the chives and whites. Add them to a large bowl.
  2. In a large sauce pot add in two cups of heavy whipping cream and bring to a low boil. Then add in Parmesan (or romano) cheese to the cream. Stir till slightly melted, add in ham till warmed, salt and pepper to taste, and remove from heat.
  3. Remove, strain, and rinse pasta. Add it to the large bowl and top with sauce. Toss lightly in bowl and serve.
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This post is part of Food Network’s Summer Fest! Check out the other great tomato dishes below.

Summer Fest is a season long, bi-weekly event where Food Network editors team up with blogs to share tips and recipes about what’s available at the market.

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