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Mediterranean Pasta Recipe

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by Sheree (subscribe)
Published September 28th 2011
Mediterranean ingredients
Fresh ingredients is the key to this dish.

There is nothing like the smell of fresh basil and garlic cloves cooking in the fry pan. I love the taste of fresh herbs and tomatoes mixed together. You will enjoy the taste of this simple vegetarian pasta dish either hot or cold. For only $1 per person you can't go wrong.

Preparation time 10 minutes (serves 2-3 people)


2 Cups San Remo Bow Tie pasta
Bunch of fresh basil
2 Cloves of garlic
4 x Small tomatoes
2 x Mushrooms
1 Tablespoons of sliced black olives
1 Tablespoon of olive oil
Grated parmesan cheese


1. Cook the pasta as per instructions on the packet.
San Remo Pasta
San Remo Bow Tie pasta cooking.

2. While the pasta is cooking chop the fresh garlic cloves into
small pieces.

3. Heat one tablespoon of olive oil in a fry pan on medium heat.

4. Add garlic to the fry pan and stir until slightly brown.

5. Peel and slice the mushrooms and add to the fry pan.
Stir with a wooden spoon.
Mushrooms and garlic
Fry the mushrooms and garlic on a medium heat.

6. Turn the heat to a low temperature.

7. Dice tomatoes into small cubes and add to the fry pan.
Stir the tomatoes into the mixture.

8. Chop the basil into small pieces, add to the fry pan and stir.
Fresh Basil, tomatoes, garlic and mushrooms
Add the chopped fresh basil to the fry pan and stir with a wooden spoon.

9. Add the sliced black olives to the fry pan and stir.

10. Drain the cooked pasta and rinse with water.

11. Add the pasta to the fry pan and stir.
Mediterranean Pasta Dish
Add the cooked pasta to the fry pan and stir through the ingredients.

12. Serve hot with fresh grated parmesan or cold as a salad dish.
Mediterranean Pasta Dish
Eat this dish hot or cold.
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Why? Easy to make
When: Lunch or dinner time
Where: At home
Cost: $1 per person
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