Recipes

Springtime Spaghetti with Mixed Sprouts

Spring brings a new wave of inspiration and I thought to reinvent a classic recipe. If you know how to cook pasta and cheese you’ll find this recipe really easy. Although you can’t cook you will find out that this recipe is so simple that even a child can do it.

Springtime Pasta
Ingredients:
400 g pasta
150 g grated cheese (or more if you like so)
30 g mixed sprouts (broccoli, radish, cabbage)
2 tablespoons olive oil (optional)

How It’s Made?
Step 1: Cook the pasta respecting the instructions on the package.
Step 2: Drain the pasta using a colander over the sink.
Step 3: Put the pasta and cheese together on a plate.
Step 4: Add olive oil (if you consider it necessary) and sprinkle with mixed sprouts. Enjoy!

Spring Pasta Sprouts

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2 thoughts on “Springtime Spaghetti with Mixed Sprouts

  1. Your plated food looks delectable Adrian!! Your last few posts shows you have quit a hand at preparing food.

    I have prepared similar, but I heat the olive oil in the pan and then add the cooked pasta. Give the pasta a few swirls or so, and slide onto a Pasta serving platter. You can even saute some garlic in the oil to give your pasta that special flavor.

    I have been learning a lot from your food articles Adrian. I have only seen bean sprouts sold here (USA). I never knew about broccoli, radish, or cabbage sprouts. I will be looking for them my next visit to the Whole Foods Market.

    1. That’s another option. If you heat the oil the cheese will melt faster. Here (in Romania) you can find different kind of sprouts, but you have to watch for discounts because they are quite expensive.

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