Little Guy, Big Kitchen

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Tomato & Mushroom Pasta

I did a nuclear fussion today. I cooked both types of pasta sauces! … vegetarian style. You may add other meats. Hmm… and the end result is quite delicious. It's my first time cooking that Dolmio Creamy Mushroom and Herb pasta sauce. I've bought the Dolmio quite sometime and when I had finished the first Bolognese Pasta sauce bottle, then only I wana try.

Ingredients (2 servings)1/4 of Buitoni Maccheroni Cellentani Express, boil to soft. Simmer water out and pour to container. Add olive oil and stir till even to prevent stickiness later.1 Big Onion & 1 Tomato, sliced to cubes

2 Potatoes, sliced to cubes and fry to brown gold

Cheddar Cheese, Coriander and Cucumber for deco.

Olive oil, Salt (for mushroom pasta), Sugar (for bolognese pasta)

6 small vegetarian hotdogs, cut to 1/2 inch

1 egg (for Bolognese Pasta Sauce)

Cooking Directions
Brown 400g beef/chicken mince in a saucepan. Add contents of onion cubes and sausages. Then add pasta sauce and heat on medium setting until hot, stirring occasionally. Add water as sauce can get thick. Remember to add the egg for Bolognese pasta.Microwave Directions (based on 750 watt power)
Pour all contents into a microwave-safe container. Cover and cook on High for 3-4 minutes, stirring once.

Add potato cubes on top of maccheroni. Then add pasta sauce and deco as you like.

A rich, delicious tomato sauce with onion, garlic and herbs. A true favourite!

Buitoni Maccheroni Cellentani Express
Cellentani is a pasta shaped tubes which have been twisted into the shape of a corkscrew. *Wei… dun think dirty ah… Food lei gar… *spank. These pasta corkscrews hold their shape and texture once cooked making them perfect for pasta salads. This Express version cooks within 5 minutes.

So here's the pictures in different angle. (click to view larger).

Nutrient Cooked White Pasta(100 g.) Cooked Whole meal Pasta(100 g.) Cooked White Rice(100 g.) Cooked Brown Rice(100 g.) Boiled Potato
(100 g.)
Baked Potato(100 g.)
Energy (Kcal) 104 113 123 141 80 85
Protein 3,6 4,7 2,2 2,6 2,4 2,1
Fat (g) 0,7 0,9 0,3 1,1 0,1 0,1
Dietary Fibre (g) 1,8 4,0 0,8 1,5 1,0 2,0
Iron(mg) 0,5 1,4 0,2 0,5 0,3 0,6

May 29, 2006 - Posted by | Pastas

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