Pasta variations

Bored with the classic pasta-tomatoe sauce? Check out these nice pasta recipes: as usual, super fast, super easy and super yummy!

– Pasta with chicken, fresh spinach leaves and feta cheese
– Tagliatelle with leeks and ham in a mascarpone sauce
– The classic pasta a la carbonara

 

Penne with chichen-spinach-feta

You need for 1 serving:
– pasta, I like tu use penne for this one
– a chicken fillet
– 60g of fresh spinach leaves
– feta cheese (as much as you like!)
– olive oil, salt, pepper
 
Cook the pasta in boiling water.
In the meantime, cook the chicken and the spinach leaves in a pan with a tbsp of olive oil.
When pasta are cooked, drain them and add them in the pan along with the feta cheese cut in dices.
Mix everything on the stove for 1 minute.
Serve, season with pepper, salt, etc.
You can add ground nutmeg if you like it.

 

Tagliatelle with leeks and ham in a mascarpone sauce

You need for 1 serving:
– pasta (tagliatelle)
– a leek (or maybe just half a leek)
– 60 g of diced ham
– mascarpone
– olive oil, salt, pepper
 
Cook the pasta in boiling water.
In the meantime, cook the ham and leeks in a pan with a tbsp of olive oil.
When pasta are cooked, drain them and add them in the pan.
Add the mascarpone (heat low, do not let to long on the stove, otherwise it gets dry)
Serve immediately.
You can add salt, pepper, parmesan, etc

 

The classic pasta a la carbonara

So classic, so fat but so good. The secret ingredient is the raw egg yolk added before serving and a lot of pepper!

You need for 1 serving:
– pasta (spaghetti)
– creme fraiche
– 60 g of diced bacon
– an egg yolk
– pepper
 
Cook the pasta in boiling water.
In the meantime, cook the ham in a pan
When pasta are cooked, drain them
Add the cream in the pan (do not let it to long).
Mix the pasta and the sauce and add the egg yolk.
Serve immediately.
Add a lot of pepper and parmesan if you wish to

 

 

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