Dessert? Side-dish? Brown Sugar Pasta Delight is a little of both! This recipe has been in my family and impressing dinner guests for years! When I was a little girl, my mother would tell me stories of when her grandmother prepared this pasta dish for her. The dish is unique and may seem “strange” but is sure to be loved by even the pickiest of eaters!
To prepare this dish, you will need your favorite variation of pasta noodle. I tend to use veggie pastas or whole grain pasta, but I always make sure it has grooves or holes to hold the sauce. The cook time will vary on the amount of and type of pasta you choose. Just cook your noodles in water as usual and strain them when they are al dente. Measure out your butter and brown sugar (generally 1/4 cup of each to 1 cup of pasta) and mix in. Put back on the stove with low heat and stir until the butter has melted and the brown sugar has mixed in.
Serve warm and enjoy this wonderful, unique, and easy dish!
- 1 Cup of Pasta
- ¼ Cup Butter
- ¼ Cup Brown Sugar
- Cook pasta al dente
- Strain water and place pasta back into pot on low heat
- Stir in butter and brown sugar until melted