Spring Pea, Fresh Herb & Asparagus Farfalle Pasta




Each spring, I find myself craving lighter and fresher dishes that I can easily serve family and guests. This Spring Pea, Fresh Herb & Asparagus Farfalle Pasta is no exception. This easy spring pasta recipe combines flavors of just-cut mint, thyme, parsley and cilantro with in-season spring peas and grilled asparagus. 

Unifying these fresh herbs, olive oil, and the vegetables of the season together will bring the burst of flavors you crave into your home to be enjoyed and will leave your family & guests asking for more (and the recipe shared below)!

This easy spring pasta recipe is delicious every time whether it is served hot or cold – I love its versatility! And it is not only the perfect dish to prepare for Easter lunch, but also for an evening in with loved ones or a picnic in the park. It is a low maintenance dish that looks far more impressive than it is difficult. Does it get better than that?!

MKR tip: This Spring Pea, Fresh Herb & Asparagus Farfalle Pasta is extremely easy to make. If you choose the cold route, you can prep most of the ingredients the night before, which avoids the last minute preparation stress when entertaining & gives you time to enjoy your guests. 

While this easy spring pasta recipe is a knockout on it's own, heighten the presentation of this dish and ALL of your spring dishes with beautiful pieces from the Juliska Country Estate collection.

Here we’ve paired the pasta with the Juliska Flint Country Estate serving bowl but take all of your plating to the next level with coordinating dinner plates and pasta & soup bowls. And last but certainly not least – the kitchen essentials you all can’t get enough of are back in stock and ready to find their way into your kitchen. Shop our Splatter Yellow Extra Virgin Olive OilAcacia Wood & Stainless Steel Grater, and Gluten Free Fusilli Pasta.

We can’t wait to pea-k into your kitchens and dining rooms to see what you do with this dish. Please be sure to use #welcomehome and share with us! Hap-PEA Spring, friends! 




P.S. Whether I am cooking or cocktailing, I love to infuse recipes with fresh herbs from my garden and now is the perfect time to plant your herb garden if you haven't already. Last year I tried my hand at growing sugar snap peas and it was a huge success so don't delay, and plant your peas along with your other herbs today! 


Splatter Yellow Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Juliska Country Estate Flint Dinner Plate Main House
Acacia Wood & Stainless Steel Grater

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