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Martha Stewart just gave the term “beginner friendly” a whole new meaning with this great looking pasta dinner.

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On June 11, Stewart posted a delicious-looking photo of a new pasta dish to her Instagram. She posted it with the caption: “Sure we love to grill when the weather is hot and we love no-cook recipes in the summer too, but we haven’t given up on the stove yet. This hearty but not too heavy summer dinner with one skillet has it all.”

She added: “Cook store-bought gnocchi on top of an aubergine and tomato sauce. Red pepper flakes give the dish a bit of heat which is tempered by a touch of creamy ricotta on top. Get the recipe via link in bio! : @ ren_fuller.”

The scrumptious no-cooking recipe calls for just a few ingredients like kosher salt, eggplant, red pepper flakes, gnocchi, and ricotta, just to name a few. Now if you take a look at Stewart’s easy-to-follow recipe, you’ll find that the dish takes just over 30 minutes and two big steps to make.

Novices and experts alike will love the easy recipe, which starts by simply adding eggplant and salt, just to name a few. In a flash, you can sprinkle the cheese, veggies, and toppings as needed.

Get Stewart’s Tomato-Eggplant Gnocchi recipe HERE.

And pick up one of Stewart’s beloved cookbooks on Amazon called Martha Stewart’s Appetizers: 200 Recipes Cookbook, where you can learn how to cook everything from unique appetizers to spicy quesadillas.

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