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    What's your favourite pasta dish??....i'm wanting to try some new ones, the old regulars are getting a bit boring now

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    This same thread was made a while ago and had some great recipes suggested! One in particular has now become a regular in our house.
    I'll try find the link for you.

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    we don't eat a lot of pasta but my favourites are probably

    -gnocchi (home made if I can be bothered) with home made passatta cooked down with grated onions and heaps of fresh basil and grana at the end
    -spaghetti with home made pesto (classic pesto none of this wierd stuff)
    -home made ricotta and spinach canneloni with home made passatta (we make our own cheese)
    -any pasta cooked with diced tomato, salami/bacon/ham (whatever you have on hand), red onion, chilli, olives, basil, olive oil and grana.

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    we do a tomato sauce based one with salami, feta and olives SO yum

    also marinara, get some marinara mix from seafood place or woolies and cook in cream so unhealthy but yum
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    also used to make this one with pumpkin type sauce and gnocchi

    and can't go past good old carbonara- bacon, mushrooms, cream, parmesan

    can you tell I love pasta?!

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    We do a chicken, bacon, haloumi and mushroom in a spicy pink sauce that always goes down a hit!

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    My fave to make is chicken, baby spinach and pine nuts in a cream and white wine (or stock if you prefer) sauce topped with pan fried crispy prosciutto. Not very healthy I know but tastes so good!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forkie View Post
    We do a chicken, bacon, haloumi and mushroom in a spicy pink sauce that always goes down a hit!
    Can i please have this recipe, sounds so yummy

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    Quote Originally Posted by mumof1expecting2 View Post
    My fave to make is chicken, baby spinach and pine nuts in a cream and white wine (or stock if you prefer) sauce topped with pan fried crispy prosciutto. Not very healthy I know but tastes so good!!
    Oh and this one too please? I feel so boring with my everyday pasta recipes haha

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    I say this in every pasta thread cos it's beautiful: http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/p...a-di-salsiccia

    This is really nice too... quite rich though: http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/3749...ne+nut+gnocchi


 

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