Sometimes, the best dishes are the simplest.
Even when tired or squeezed by time, you can have tasty food that is home-made quality food.
Here is a very simple yet very tasty pasta dish I came up with, 24 hours after The Arrival.
- A package of pasta
- A quarter cup of parmesan cheese
- Extra-virgin olive oil
- Half a dozen sun-dried tomatoes
- One bag of fresh spinach leaves
- Goat Cheese
- Boil your pasta in salted water – al dente is best.
- Meanwhile, chop the sun-dried tomatoes roughly.
- Drain your pasta, reserve some of the cooking water
- Put the pan back on low heat, drizzle the bottom of it with olive oil
- Return the pasta to the pan, add the fresh spinach, mix until wilted
- Once the spinach has wilted, add the tomatoes, fresh cracked pepper and the parmesan
- Generously drizzle with olive oil and a bit of the boiling water in order for the pasta to be coated with it.
- Crumble some goat cheese in the pasta, mix well, add more goat cheese when ready to serve
Simple enough. Here is how I did.
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