Tuesday, April 05, 2011
I have different versions of this recipe because it's so versatile and can be cooked up in minutes.
Just lightly soften some chopped garlic in a tiny drop of olive oil, add a tin of chopped tomatoes and as much dried chillies as you can tolerate.
Sometimes I cook lean bacon strips along with the garlic and for a veggie alternative I've used chickpeas in the past, or used different forms of pasta, with tagliatelle being my favourite. To round it off throw in some torn sweet basil and sprinkle with dried parmesan.
There! a satisfying meal in minutes!
Oh and serve with a glass or few of Pinot Grigiot or Pinot Grigiot Blush.