One Pot Pasta

One pot pasta dishes are all the rage right now, and for good reason. They’re simple to make, easy to clean up, and perfect for a quick and healthy meal. Plus, there are endless variations of one pot pasta recipes, so you can never get bored.

One Pot Pasta

One pot pasta is a great way to make a hearty and filling dinner without spending a lot of time in the kitchen.

This dish is cooked in one pot, which means there’s only one pan to wash at the end of the night. In addition, one pot pasta dishes are usually made with ingredients that are affordable and easy to find.

This time, I’m sharing a recipe for One Pot Pasta with Vegetables.

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One Pot Pasta

Chop cherry tomatoes, garlic, onion, and red chili. Chop everything nicely and thin as our pasta will be cooked fast so it’s very important to slice everything as thin as possible.

Now it’s time to assemble everything into a pan. In a large pan assemble spaghetti, onions in one corner, tomatoes, chili, and tear off some of the fresh basil leaves, spinach leaves, and a drizzle of oil. In the end, season with some salt and pepper, and then add water or chicken stock. Turn on the heat and cook for about 10 minutes.

Keep stirring with a tong, so that our pasta gets cooked well. And after 10 minutes our smooth, silky pasta is cooked well.

Now remove the pan from the stove, and add grated Pecorino cheese, a dash of salt and pepper if required, tear some of the fresh basil leaves and give it a final stir.

And boom our one-pan pasta is ready to be served.

How do I cook spaghetti?

The best way to cook spaghetti is simple, add spaghetti to plenty of boiling water, stir it, and let it simmer. Turn the heat off, cover it with a lid, and let it cook for 10-12 minutes. The best and easiest way to cook spaghetti.

Is spaghetti good for your health?

Made from grain, spaghetti is full of energy which is a cup of spaghetti that has 200 calories. It is a good source of carbs with more than 40 g of carbs. On it’s won it is a low-fat food and a healthy diet.

Is eating spaghetti every day bad for you?

When eating spaghetti in a moderate amount, can be a part of a healthy lifestyle. Whole wheat spaghetti may be a better choice for many as it is low in calories and carbs but high in fiber and many nutrients.

Does spaghetti make you bloated?

Every carbohydrate that your body stores, attracts 3 times water compared to protein. If you are bloated eating a cup of pasta, cereal, rice, or other grains, cut back the size of the serving and add more proteins instead.

What pasta is low carb?

Shirataki noodles also known as Konjac or Miracle noodles are long white noodles. They are famous as an alternative to pasta as they are low in carbs because they are very filling yet have few calories.

One Pot Pasta

Servings

4

servings
Prep time

30

minutes
Cooking time

40

minutes
Calories

300

kcal
Total time

1

hour 

10

minutes

INGREDIENTS

  • 200 g Spaghetti

  • 200 g Cherry tomatoes

  • 100 g Baby spinach leaves

  • 1 cup Onion

  • 3 cloves Garlic

  • 1 tbsp Red chili

  • 8-10 Basil leaves

  • 2 tbsp olive oil (extra virgin)

  • 50 g Pecorino cheese

  • Salt

  • Black pepper powder

INSTRUCTIONS

  • Chop cherry tomatoes, garlic, onion, red chili. Chop everything nice and thin as our pasta will be cooked fast so it’s very important to slice everything as thin as possible.
  • Now it’s time to assemble everything into a pan. In a large pan assemble spaghetti, onions in one corner, tomatoes, chili, and tear off some of the fresh basil leaves, spinach leaves, and a drizzle of oil.
  • In the end, season with some salt and pepper and then add water or chicken stock. turn on the heat and cook for about 10 minutes.
  • Keep stirring with a tong, so that our pasta gets cooked well. And after 10 minutes our smooth, silky pasta is cooked well.
  • Now remove the pan from the stove, and add grated Pecorino cheese, a dash of salt and pepper if required, tear some of the fresh basil leaves and give it a final stir. And boom our one-pan pasta is ready to be served.

TIPS

  • Slice vegetables very thin as our pasta will be cooked very soon, so if they are thick it will be difficult to cook them.
  • If you want you can avoid spinach, but using spinach is a healthy option.
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