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Margherita Pasta - Simple tomato pasta recipe

This Pasta is very simple and very flavourful. My kids like this tomato based pasta. It is quite suitable for busy workday dinner or lazy weekend end dinner. Normally Most of the time you can see margherita pizza in restaurant menu Pasta is something rare. Pasta with freshly made margherita sauce really divine..
Ingredients

Pasta - 400g to 450 g
margherita sauce - 3.5 cups
Basil Leaves - 10-15
Parmesan cheese - 1/2 cup
Coriander leaves / Cilantro - 2 tablespoon (finely chopped)

Method:
Cook the pasta as stated in the package. Keep it aside.Heat the pan and add margherita sauce. Let it boil.
Add basil leaves and mix well. Cook for 2 mins. Add cooked pasta and mix well.  Add Parmesan cheese and mix well let it cook for another 2 mins. Switch it off. Add coriander leaves and mix well
Serve hot
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13 comments:

  1. I'm sure the kids would have gone crazy over this awesome plate of pasta. yummmmm.....

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  2. Delicious pasta...... Looks yumm!!

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  3. The plate is inviting veena. Waiting for a opt time to make this..... lovely.cheesy and yummy..

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  4. Simple pasta is always best.

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  5. Delicious & Colourful pasta.................
    Shobha
    www.shobhapink.blogspot.in

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  6. Delicious food doesn't have to be complicated. This looks so comforting and tasty.

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  7. Oh my my can't stop looking at this pasta. Yummmmmmmmmmmy:-)

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  8. Pasta sure looks delish and something that I make on those lazy days :-)

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  9. simple yet elegant and filling too !

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  10. My son loves pastas with lots of cheese...hehhe

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