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Vaibhavverma | Nov 29, 201505:53 AM    

Hello,

Your love and huge page views of Punjabi Pasta Recipe has made me to write another Pasta Recipe....

We will use less ingredients this time and still cook a delicious pasta.. for your kids,,let them find the surprise themselves in 2 in 1 Pasta....

Lets have a quick look at the ingredients,

Any 2 type of Pasta (I have taken Penne and Spiral)

2 onions

2 medium or 3 small tomaotoes

1 Capsicum

Some beans

Salt

Red Chilly Powder

Pepper

As I said we will use less ingredients. You can add more ingredients if you want...

Method:

Very Simple..

Just Boil Pasta, Mix both pasta together...

Cut Onion , Capsicum, Beans as shown in Pic....

Add Sauces

Heat Oil in Pan and add vegetables and saute it for 3-4 minutes.

Now add Salt, Red Cilly Powder and pepper in it and mix it well.

Now add sauces: 1 Teaspoon Tomato and Schezwan and 2 Teaspoons Red pasta Sauce..

Enjoy it anytime
Mix It well and serve hot...

The ingredients used in 2 in 1 Pasta are less, light and healthy.

Caution: you may end up over eating this pasta....:)..

Please share your experiences...

Gourmet India: 2 in 1 Pasta---

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