Friday, January 18, 2013

Angel Hair, Lemon and Olive Oil



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I crawled into bed,  hoping to catch some sleep...yawn turning and tossing looking for my comfort spot... but I could not rest... nor shut my eyes...  my ticking brain...damn!!!angry

Drag myself out of bed again... off to the kitchen and started to boil a pot of water to cook pasta.
Pasta cooked, stirred in Olive oil infused with lemon, seasoned with salt and pepper and placed cling film over the salad bowl and refrigerate...then onto making Gazpacho

The 'Hard Work' was done... half an hour before dinner time...just diced tomatoes, crumbled some feta and shred (if needs be) some basil and give it a quick toss, and serve....


By the time I am done with pasta and Gazpacho... the sun was high and too hot to continue sleeping... sigh


Have a wonderful weekend, peeps


Lisa H.xoxkiss

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Recipe (for 4)
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400g Angel hair pasta 
150g-200g reduced fat feta cheese
3 tablespoon of  store bought olive oil infused with lemon (add more if required)
2 tomatoes - deseeded and diced
fresh basil leaves
salt and pepper

  1. cook angel hair as per instruction on the packet. 
  2. toss and transfer to salad bowl. 
  3. Add olive oil and mix in well.
  4. Season with salt and pepper. (option: refrigerate at this stage)
  5. Mix in diced tomatoes, crumble feta and fresh basil leaves into the salad bowl. 
  6. Give it a light toss. 
  7. serve

10 comments:

  1. A scrumptious looking dish! I love noodles and this combination sounds amazing. I love that first click.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  2. Yumm... I adore noodles specially when they are served with such a delicious dressing!

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  3. Hi Lisa! This is a fantastic way to cure insomnia!

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  4. aah.. a light and refreshing meal on a hot day! nice ^^

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  5. What a light and fresh recipe! Love the styling in your photos!

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