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Simple Tasty Spaghetti Pasta

Updated on February 18, 2016

Extremely Simple and Totally yummy

I had been always cooking macaroni or fusilli pasta but off late someone just gave me a packet of spaghetti pasta and I had no option but to try my hand on this kind of pasta now.

I didn't want to make this recipe with eithers, I wanted to have both the tangy tomato and salty cheese flavour. So I tried this experiment it turned out to be really nice.

Do give it a try and lemme know how was your experience



5 stars from 1 rating of Spaghetti Pasta

Note -

  1. I used drum wheat pasta as I avoid refined flour as much as possible
  2. I used fresh vegetables as again I avoid tinned or frozen vegetables
  3. I didn't add greens as my picky eater would have seperated them but u can always add pead or peppers
  4. The day I made this pasta I didnt have parmesan cheese and had to go with processed cheese, but i would recommend to use parmesan as it add more flavour to the dish

Gorgeous !!

Cook time

Prep time: 20 min
Cook time: 10 min
Ready in: 30 min
Yields: Serves 2 people


  • join first ridge on your fore finger and tip of thumb Spaghetti Pasta, as much pasta that fits into this area
  • one medium onion, chopped
  • one medium tomato, chopped
  • four small garlic, chopped
  • two tea spoon olive oil
  • one inch butter
  • to taste salt
  • quarter tea spoon pepper
  • half tea spoon italian seasoning
  • as much you desire Parmesan/processed cheese

Lets go -->>>>

  1. Boil a pan full of water, pinch of salt and tea spoon of olive oil
  2. Add pasta and let is boil for 12 to 14 min
  3. As the pasta is boiling, heat another pan and add one tea spoon of olive oil and an inch of butter
  4. once butter melts add garlic and within a minute add onion. Saute and cover
  5. keep stirring and cover while you chop tomatoes and check pasta
  6. when onions are all cooked and look mashy, add tomatoes. Stir and cover
  7. As tomatoes are getting soft, check and drain pasta. keep aside
  8. When tomatoes are totally cooked and the mixture looks like sauce add the pasta, salt, pepper and italian seasoning
  9. cover with lid and leave for a 2 minutes
  10. Take the pasta onto a plate, add grated parmesan cheese and basil leaf on top and enjoy

Saucy sauce

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