This is terrific. Made in one pot too. If you buy the pesto it takes only minutes. You need to find "stringless" sugar snap peas.
One half of a 7 oz. container premade pesto, about 3 1/2 oz. (For a real thrill, you can pound your own pesto here)
3/4 lb. Linguini pasta
8 oz. unpeeled baby red potatoes, sliced into 1/4" pieces
8 oz. "Mann's" or similar stringless sugar snap peas
Cilantro for serving
Warm a serving bowl in the oven.
Boil salted water. Add the potatoes and cook 5 minutes. Add the pasta and cook until just done, usually 8 or 9 minutes. Add the peas for the last minute or so, to heat them.
Drain, mix with the pesto in the warm bowl, and serve with cilantro.
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