Mom shares her ‘great’ one-pot pasta dinner, and the unique cooking method that has foodies desperate to find the recipe.
- Australian mom wowed her friends with an amazing pasta cooking trick
- Foodies begged the mother for her unique recipe after she shared photos online
- The dry ingredients are placed together in a tin and baked at 180 degrees.
- The delicious meal is finished in just 40 minutes.
An Australian mom has delighted foodies by sharing a quick and easy pasta recipe that includes two different types of cheese and sun-dried tomatoes.
The hobby cook was bombarded with requests for her recipe after sharing photos of a colorful one-pot pasta dish on Facebook.
The mom described the recipe as “super easy” and shared it in the comments section below her post.
“Pour the water and sauce of your choice into the bottom of the baking dish (I turned it over),” he said.
Then add the rigatoni pasta, cut it into strips to fit the pasta (sundried tomato, cheese/mozzarella strips, zucchini, aubergine or any filling you like) and simply fill the pasta like layered shells, top with sauce, a little more water and cheese. .’
An Australian mom delighted foodies when she shared a photo of her unique method of cooking pasta online.
DELICIOUS ONE POT PASTA RECIPE
- Rigatoni Pasta
- Your choice of pasta sauce
- sun dried tomato
- String cheese
- Mozzarella cheese
Pour your choice of sauce and water into the bottom of a baking pan. Then add the rigatoni vertically in the can. Fill the pasta shapes with your choice of filling such as dried tomato, string cheese, mozzarella cheese, zucchini, and eggplant. Top the plate with sauce, water, and cheese. Bake in the oven for 40 minutes at 180 degrees.
Fellow foodies were thrilled to get their hands on the recipe. One home cook said: ‘This makes me so happy, I’ll have it on Friday! Thank you very much.’
The laid-back cook didn’t seem to expect the reaction, saying ‘Really, I’m just improvising my cooking’.
Despite improvising, the mother was delighted with the result of the dish, describing it as a “masterpiece” and “absolutely delicious”.
Foodies begged the mother for her recipe after she shared a photo of the unique pasta dish on Facebook (stock image)
Previously, a foodie shared an unlikely trick to prevent crackers, chips, and wafers from spoiling after opening the package.
Tess Eden from New Zealand said the cookies can stay fresh and crisp if they are placed in the refrigerator in their open container.
The plant-based kiwi, who calls himself Eden Vegan online, wowed thousands with the little-known ‘food waste trick’ he said he ‘thought everyone knew’.
Food blogger Tess Eden (pictured) from New Zealand has gone viral for her simple trick to prevent crackers and chips from going bad.
“If you have open crackers, chips, rice wafers or rice rounds and store them like that in the fridge, they won’t go stale,” he said, placing the plastic tray in the fridge without its wrapper.
‘You don’t need to find a Tupperware container.’
Viewers in the comments were shocked by the simple and ‘mind-blowing’ stunt and while some were skeptical, others said they do it all the time.
‘When I first heard this I thought it couldn’t be right, but now I do it with everything, chips, crackers, brownies!’ one user said.
‘Hmmm, why don’t I believe you? I’ll try though,’ he replied for a second.
Fries in the freezer are even better!! They don’t freeze and can last forever! suggested a third.
The plant-based kiwi, which calls itself Eden Vegan online, said the cookies can stay fresh and crisp if placed in the fridge in their open container.
One person was concerned that the cookies would absorb “strong odors” from other foods in the fridge, but Tess had a trick for that, too, and advised those who claimed the trick didn’t work for them.
“I keep ground coffee in my fridge to absorb any odors (red onions, etc.) and it’s fresh as a daisy,” she replied.
“Top tip: If it doesn’t work in your fridge, try the freezer, your fridge isn’t too cold,” he added.