This isn't a quick meal — there is some time involved to make the pasta — but it's definitely worth it. In lieu of eggs, Laura uses ground chia seeds as a binding agent. And the sweet potato and pine nut filling is similar in texture to ricotta ("whipped and airy with light, acidic notes of lemon," as Laura writes) while the slight bitterness of the garlicky kale pesto cuts the sweetness just enough. It feels decadent without the guilt. How's that for feeling cozy?
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