This is a family recipe I learnt from my Dad. In this recipe we do something a bit different (and lazy) with our potatoes: They are sliced instead of mashed. If you don’t believe it’s better then give it a try yourself and tell me your verdict.
Since discovering the price of mince I have not had spag bol at University and settled for quorn. However I feel like I lost the point a bit by using a meat substitute by adding my favorite ingredient… BACON!
This time i forked out £3 and bought some mince. I also divided the mince into two so I could make two lots of bolognese. So this is my make shift – no instructions- spag bol from sctrach.
I actually forgot to take any of my own photos for this dish, I guess I was just too excited. Tuna pasta bake is the first thing my mother taught me to make successfully and when im cooking it my university house mates get jealous of the delicious smell.But this is NOT a hard recipe, and this is NOT and expensive recipe. It isn’t even overly messy or time consuming. It is PERFECT.
(use however much of each as you wish)
-Pasta: half a pack is usually enough for too servings.
-Tuna: half a can per person
I was unimpressed by Jamie Oliver’s carbonara, as I am with many other peoples versions. So here is my version. It is quick to make and so simple. In fact it really only has five ingredients.
I kicked off my cookbook with a yummy sweet recipe, so I decided to try savory this time. I like pasta, and I am very proud of my own (and incredibly simple) version of a carbonara. However, since I need to start trying new things I downloaded a Jamie Oliver app and found this recipe.