Microwaves: Pasta and its veggies

3 Nov

The microwaves becomes your very best friend when you only have it. Here is a small recipe to cook some pasta.

Ingredients:
-1/2 onion

– 1 garlic
– 1 tomato
– 1 pepper
-1 eggplant
– 120g of meat
-100g of pasta
– olive oil
– salt & pepper
– chesse
– basilica

Cut and peal your tomato in 8. Cut your garlic and onion, put in a plate that goes into microwaves with 2 spoons of oil. Heat 1 minute with full power, and let it wait 1 minute in the microwaves without opening it. Then add your meat and half a tomato. Heat 1 minute, then add your eggplant and pepper (peeled and cut in small pieces), tomato, salt, add pepper, and cook again 2 minutes. Then let it 1 minute in the microwaves.

Put 200 mL of water, 100g of pasta, salt the water, and cook as it’s said on the recipe (less 1 minute). Wait 2 minutes in the microwaves. Remove the water if there’s some left, and mix the sauce with pasta, add cheese and basilica. And enjoy!

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2 Responses to “Microwaves: Pasta and its veggies”

  1. OORAMINA 3 November 2011 at 6 h 17 min #

    Tu as pu trouver tous ces ingrédients ? Même le fromage et le basilic ? C’est la fête !!

    • 小敖 3 November 2011 at 14 h 28 min #

      Niveau légumes, poivrons et aubergines, ils en ont des tonnes (par contre c’est les tomates et les oignons qui sont dur à trouver..quant aux salades et pommes de terre, je ne te dis pas! Les pdt, sont vendues 2 par 2…==”). Sinon le basilic c’est du séché, il on en trouve assez facilement. Et le fromage, ils ont du fromage, mais le fromage hyper jaune américain en tranches carrées infâme et granuleux (ils osent appeler ça de la mozzarella…). donc oui on trouve, mais ça coute 4 fois plus cher qu’un repas normal à l’université.

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