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Pasta Primavera (sort of)

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Yields4 Servings

 90 g Pasta per person
 Selection of chopped vegetables
 Olive or rapeseed oil
 1 tsp Dry basil
 1 tsp Dry oregano
 Salt
 Pepper
 2 Cloves of Garlic
 Parmesan cheese
 Knob of butter
 Fresh chopped parsley

1

Put a large pan of salted water on to boil

2

Chop all your vegetables to a similar size

3

If using frozen peas put in a sieve and pour over boiling water

4

Heat the oil in a large pan

5

Add the veg

6

Put the pasta in boiling water and cook as per the packet instructions

7

Keep the veg moving . Add the minced garlic and dried herbs

8

Stir well to combine

9

Cook until just softening add in the peas and stir .add the butter and stir it through the veg

10

Drain the pasta . Save some ideas f the water

11

Add the pasta to the vegetables. Stir well . Add salt me of the pasta water to create a little sauce

12

Serve . Scatter with fresh chopped parsley and Parmesan shavings if using

Ingredients

 90 g Pasta per person
 Selection of chopped vegetables
 Olive or rapeseed oil
 1 tsp Dry basil
 1 tsp Dry oregano
 Salt
 Pepper
 2 Cloves of Garlic
 Parmesan cheese
 Knob of butter
 Fresh chopped parsley

Directions

1

Put a large pan of salted water on to boil

2

Chop all your vegetables to a similar size

3

If using frozen peas put in a sieve and pour over boiling water

4

Heat the oil in a large pan

5

Add the veg

6

Put the pasta in boiling water and cook as per the packet instructions

7

Keep the veg moving . Add the minced garlic and dried herbs

8

Stir well to combine

9

Cook until just softening add in the peas and stir .add the butter and stir it through the veg

10

Drain the pasta . Save some ideas f the water

11

Add the pasta to the vegetables. Stir well . Add salt me of the pasta water to create a little sauce

12

Serve . Scatter with fresh chopped parsley and Parmesan shavings if using

Pasta Primavera (sort of)

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