How to make Paccheri and Piave Cheese Pasta - Cooking School

Creamy Piave cheese sauce meets bell peppers and crunchy bacon in this perfect dish. Pair it with Garda bubbles and enjoy!

Give yourself a little extra time to prepare this tasty dish, but you’ll be glad you did!

Literally oozing with creamy Piave goodness, this recipe will be one you’ll want to master and serve to friends and family when only a special pasta will do!  Making the most out of your summer season’s fresh bell peppers, this is a great way to incorporate seasonal ingredients into your fresh, delicious pasta dish with Piave cheese.

Nothing quite hits the spot creamy Piave cheese, and when matched with the peerless tang and sweetness of red bell peppers.  Cream them together, and bam!  A perfectly summery dish that’s satisfying and soothing at the same time.

Did we miss something?  Only the crispy, crunchy, salty notes of crisped bacon that further enhances the flavors and aromas of your new favorite pasta shape and Northern Italian cheese.  With just a few simple ingredients, you can be well on your way to creating memorably beautiful, gloriously taste-filled dishes that satisfy your sense of aesthetics as much as they do your flavor palates and profiles.

If you’re wondering what you could pair with this amazing dish, think no further.  We recommend a crisp, refreshing glass of Garda DOC wine, a sure hit with your Italian wine-loving friends and loved ones.  The balance between these two powerhouse elements, that also coincidentally represent some of Northern Italy’s finest agrarian lands, will make for a most memorable dinner!

Enjoy your Paccheri pasta, your Garda DOC white wine selection, your Piave DOP cheese creations, and most importantly, your convivial time together with your loved ones!

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