close
Advertisement
Magazine
 

Pasta Presto

Pasta is easy to prepare and you can make it special with toppings of fresh herbs and a drizzle of good olive oil or a sprinkle of shaved hard cheese. Here are more quick ideas.

Pasta Presto
  • Sauté garlic and dried chilli flakes, stir in chopped tomatoes, season with black pepper, and then stir through any long pasta.
  • Toss shop-bought mushroom ravioli with olive oil, grated parmesan and chopped chives.
  • Stir steamed broccoli through rigatoni, add pieces of brie and a sprinkle of pine nuts.
  • Take a can of tuna, and make it special with sundried tomatoes and capers over a bed of fettuccine.
  • Whizz fresh basil, garlic, parmesan and olive oil in the blender for a quick sauce.

 



Source:

Pasta

Pasta: 125 Classic & Contemporary Recipes is out now. From traditional favourites to weekday suppers, you’ll find the perfect dish. Available from Reader’s Digest.

Find out more...
ISBN: 978-1-925306-06-04

More Recipes

Double Chocolate Creams

Double Chocolate Creams

A delicious treat, chocolate is a great feel-good food.

Need To Lose Weight? Start With Butter In Your Coffee

Need Help To Lose Weight? Start With Butter In Your Coffee

It may sound strange - and downright disgusting - but wellness experts are singing the praises of this buttery beverage.

Tomato and pecorino clafoutis

Tomato and pecorino clafoutis

For this savoury version of a classic French batter pudding, sweet cherry tomatoes are baked in a light, fluffy batter flavoured with grated pecorino cheese. Make individual clafoutis, or one large one, and serve for a simple lunch or dinner with bread or boiled new potatoes and green beans.

Turkish eggplant and yogurt dip

Turkish eggplant and yogurt dip

Many versions of this creamy eggplant dip are to be found around the Mediterranean. This one is thickened with ground almonds, which add both texture and protein. Served with pita bread and crunchy vegetable crudités, the dip makes a delicious snack or starter.

Pecan waffles with maple and blackberry sauce

Pecan waffles with maple and blackberry sauce

Crisp, crunchy waffles, so popular in France, Belgium and North America, are a lovely treat for breakfast or brunch. To make these, you will need a waffle iron that can be used on the stove or an electric waffle maker.

Advertisement