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It is so easy to make your own pasta sauce and it will taste a lot better than the jars you can buy in the shops.
The margherita pasta comes together with basil you can grow in your own kitchen thanks to Basil Garden-in-a-Bag from Potting Shed Creations, broiled tomatoes, and a sauce with browned garlic and anchovy paste. Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil and add the pasta, boiling until cooked through, around 8-10 minutes. While the pasta is boiling, add the olive oil, garlic, and anchovy paste to a small saute pan over low heat, and cook until the garlic just starts to brown. Place the cherry tomatoes on a foil-covered sheet pan and broil until the tops of the tomatoes just start to char, around 2 minutes.
Place the pasta in a serving bowl and top with the chopped basil and hot cherry tomatoes along with any juices, which adds to the sauce. Well January was cold, wet and miserable and February doesn’t seem to be any different thus far so why not just kick back and enjoy January’s Credit Crunch Munch Roundup! Marissa’s Tortilla Chips Party Snack from Coffee and Vanilla uses basic ingredients we all have and is great for kids to make!
Rhubarb, Ginger and Orange Jam from From Plate to Pen looks just divine and a great way to use up all the lush winter oranges around at the moment! Happy New Year Smoothie from Feeding Boys will certainly put a spring in your step with its shot of espresso, go see what other hidden delights this smoothie contains!
Festive Fried Rice is on offer from Onions & Paper, using up those pigs in blankets – worth making extra just to enjoy this dish me thinks! Slow Cooked Borlotti Bean Chilli from The Veg Space is a fabulous tasty meal for batch cooking and freezing! Flower Sprout and Brie Mini Filo Pies from Belleau Kitchen just oozes with lushness and also introduce us to a funky new vegetable! Brie, Leek & Onion Quiche from The Baking Explorer looks like a great vegetarian family meal and very economical as Kat makes her own pastry here!
Artichoke, Bacon & Onion Hash from Roast Chicken and a Country Walk is a great winter warmer and by using the microwave to cook the artichoke earns extra frugal points! Sprout and Chestnut Soup from Casa Costello sounds just the ticket for a glut of sprouts and delicious it sounds too!


SPAMbled Eggs and SPAM Fries from Foodie Quine make great use of this store cupboard staple, economic and very tasty! Smoked Salmon Pie from Stephanie Jane makes use of those cheaper smoked salmon offcuts for a really tasty pie!
Cheesy Fish Chowder Pie from me – combining 2 of my favourite things, Fish Chowder and Pie! Mexican Cabbage Soup from The Taste Space looks utterly delicious and uses something new to me, soy chorizo! Roasted Cauliflower and Garlic Soup with Almond and Parmesan Crumble Topping from Feeding Boys sounds like the perfect dinner party starter that won’t break the bank! Roast Red Peppers with Tomatoes from Heidi Roberts Kitchen Talk are a superb side dish or fab basis for a soup! Mature Cheddar & Wholegrain Mustard Scones from Elizabeth’s Kitchen Diary have my mouth watering, split with some butter, what could be nicer and so much cheaper than buying them! Turkey & Mushroom Creamy Pasta from Jibber Jabber is the perfect delicious dish to use up that leftover turkey and a few mushrooms!
Slow Cooker Vegetable & Cider Cassoulet from Tales from the Kitchen Shed is a hearty mix of vegetables cooked in cider with a savoury bread crumb topping – a great way to use up all those odds and ends vegetables! Quick & Easy Roasted Cherry Tomato Sauce from Elizabeth’s Kitchen Diary – saving some tomatoes from the bin at work Elizabeth made this delicious sauce!
Autumn Puff Pastry Mince Meat Trees from A2K is just the most fun and creative way to use up mincemeat that I’ve ever seen!
Baked Farro Risotto from The Veg Space looks like a delicious vegan meal and has introduced me to a new grain which I shall now look out for! Apple Pancake from Ninja Killercat – a lovely dish Claire put together one morning when she got bored of having toast, using grated apple in the mixture is a fab idea! Slow Cooker Aubergine, Pepper & Mozzarella Bake from BakingQueen74 looks just fabulous and reminds me of a cross between ratatouille and pizza! Brocolli & Pea Pesto Pasta from Jam and Clotted Cream looks just delicious and the perfect way to get picky eaters to eat their greens I’m sure! Curly Kale & Butterbean Soup from The Veg Space looks like a nutritious and hearty soup to ward away the chilly weather!


Warming Winter Vegetable Soup from We Don’t Eat Anything With A Face really does sound warming with the addition of ginger and turmeric plus a great way to clear out the vegetable drawer! Warm Cheese & Herb Scones from Family Friends Food look so tasty and just perfect with a bowl of soup!
I like the sound of Festive Fried Rice Sounds a bit like fusion food and as I’m mixed race that’s my favourite kind of food! Keep Calm and Fanny On29 March 2015 at 17:56What a great round up, and great fun to be part of - even if frankly bizarre! Although the only goodness from this sauce is found in the tomatoes, it is still considered clean and contains no added rubbish. You can use it with some roasted vegetables, lentils and wholegrain spaghetti for the perfect meat free bolognese or toss in some Clean Eating Turkey Meatballs for a delicious, nutritions complete meal. I qualified as a beauty therapist when I left school and now I am studying to become a nutritionist. Whisk the egg yolks, parmesan and cream in a bowl and season, to taste, with salt and freshly ground black pepper. This simple pasta dish is the solution, with fresh basil and cherry tomatoes mingling together with crumbled mozzarella cheese.
Perfect for when you are in a hurry, or realise you have run out of fresh onions (like I had last night!). The beauty of this recipe is it can be on the table in about 10 mins – less if you use fresh pasta. The dish is elegant yet so similar to the traditional slice of pizza, and it is ready to eat in just minutes. I am based both in the small village of Belleau in Lincolnshire and the smaller village of London!



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