Farfalle with Spinach, Mushrooms, Caramelized Onions - Julia's Album


Creamy Farfalle Pasta with Spinach, Mushrooms, and Caramelized Onions.  This simple meatless Italian dinner is pure comfort food!  The bow-tie shaped pasta is perfectly matched with rich and buttery Parmesan sauce! Farfalle – Bow Tie Pasta Farfalle pasta is meant to be used with creamy sauces, such as with chicken broccoli alfredo (with or without chicken) or...Read More


  1. Posted by my614home, — Reply

    I also ended up with too many onions but didn't add them all in. Glad that they refrigerate! I'll throw them in something later this week. I added chopped up sun dried tomatoes with the mushrooms which was great!

  2. Posted by caitlynhagans1, — Reply

    This was delicious! We used only two onions and added a little garlic powder onion powder and shrimp that was sautéed to form up so they added a firmer texture element. We will be making this again with a curated chicken next time to try that out!

  3. Posted by wsguyer, — Reply

    Use only two onions!!! I added shrimp, garlic powder, Italian seasoning and a half cup or so of marinara.

  4. Posted by just4niecy, — Reply

    I tried this, it was not a fan favorite of the family, it actually looks better on the picture then what I made.

  5. Posted by missyangeorge, — Reply

    This was a hit!!!! My husband has not stopped raving about it!! Will definitely be making this again.

  6. Posted by srhcamaro, — Reply

    This was very good. I added sun dried tomatoes. I did end up using all the onions. Very good, a do-over!

  7. Posted by lizpints, — Reply

    This was delicious. My husband said it tasted like something in a restaurant.

  8. Posted by sjr2r1, — Reply

    Amazing! It is definitely worth the time it takes to caramelize the onions correctly👍

  9. Posted by kutest, — Reply

    My family loves this recipe. I think it still needs a little something.

  10. Posted by jayhawk57, — Reply

    Too many onions, that’s all I tasted. Throw it down the drain.

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