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Simple Olive Oil Meat Pasta

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Introduction

This pasta is one of my favourites. Quick and easy of which I make from ingredients I generally have in my fridge anyhow. Great for a short and simple dinner to fill. And its delicious.

This pasta is one of my favourites. Quick and easy of which I make from ingredients I generally have in my fridge anyhow. Great for a short and simple dinner to fill. And its delicious.

Ingredients

Serves: 1

Metric Cups
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil (approximately)
  • 300 grams pasta (recommended - penne, rigatoni or tortiglione)
  • chorizo
  • salami
  • bacon
  • parmesan cheese (to taste)
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil (approximately)
  • 10⅗ ounces pasta (recommended - penne, rigatoni or tortiglione)
  • chorizo
  • salami
  • bacon
  • parmesan cheese (to taste)

Method

Simple Olive Oil Meat Pasta is a community recipe submitted by KieranWateridge and has not been tested by Nigella.com so we are not able to answer questions regarding this recipe.

  • Cook the pasta in boiling water until Al Dente (Still slightly crisp).
  • meanwhile, Fry off Chorizo, salami and/or bacon in olive oil until nicely browned.
  • Drain the pasta. Then combine the Olive oil and fried meat into the Drained pasta, tossing it around just to mix it a bit.
  • You might need to add a little more olive oil to keep the flavour. And serve into a bowl.
  • Cook the pasta in boiling water until Al Dente (Still slightly crisp).
  • meanwhile, Fry off Chorizo, salami and/or bacon in olive oil until nicely browned.
  • Drain the pasta. Then combine the Olive oil and fried meat into the Drained pasta, tossing it around just to mix it a bit.
  • You might need to add a little more olive oil to keep the flavour. And serve into a bowl.
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