2 Pasta Recipes from 2 Continents

Proving just how versatile an ingredient pasta is, these two pasta dishes from the Shine Supper Club nod to roots in two different continents. One blogger reinterprets Italian bolognese with kicky Korean flavors, while another serves up cozy, comforting Hungarian pot roast with buttered noodles. Join the Supper Club by sharing your favorite pasta recipe. Here's how:

1. Write a blog post, on Shine or elsewhere, telling us about your favorite pasta recipe by Sunday 11:59PM PST, October 21st. Be sure to include a photo and a recipe.
2. Mention and link to the Shine Supper Club in your post: https://shine.yahoo.com/supper-club/
3. Tweet @yahooshine with a link to your post and include the hashtag #shinesupperclub. Aren't on Twitter? Email the link to shine_sarahmccoll@yahoo.com. We will compile the links and send them out to all participants to include in their post so all Supper Club members can share in the link love.
4. The community will vote on the winning recipe to be featured on the Shine homepage and added to our winner's circle!
5. The winner gets a copy of Weeknight Fast + Fresh!

Spaghetti Gangnam StyleWhen I saw the name of this recipe on Sushi Bytes, I couldn't stop laughing. Spaghetti Gangnam Style, named after the hit YouTube video, is a Korean-inspired reincarnation of leftover bolognese sauce mixed with an addictive condiment called gochujang, soy sauce and sesame oil. "If you enjoy familiar food with a twist (and a kick!), then you're sure to love this."

Recipe: Spaghetti Gangnam Style

Hungarian Pot Roast with Egg NoodlesSoCalResident cooks up this family favorite she learned from her Hungarian parents and serves it over buttery egg noodles. This is cold weather comfort food at its finest.

Recipe: Hungarian Pot Roast with Noodles

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