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Even the staunchest vegetable-hater will be tempted by this pasta dish, made with fresh broccoli, salty prosciutto, and crunchy breadcrumbs. Keep these ingredients on hand for a quick and satisfying weeknight dinner.
What to buy: Panko is coarse Japanese-style breadcrumbs, available in many grocery stores.
Beverage pairing: Lis Neris Pinot Grigio, Italy. This wine has a steely, lean edge from its tank fermentation, yet a broad, round breadiness from aging on its lees. The upshot is that it has the body to pair nicely with the pasta and good, green flavor to go with the broccoli.
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