Last week at book club one of the girls mentioned that the group should swap recipes as she was looking for quick homemade meals. I thought to myself that is TOTALLY what my cooking is all about and if she was looking perhaps some of you may also be interested.
So here's one.
I have returned to pasta after many single years of shunning it. With many people moving towards eating less and less meat (although this dish does have a bit of pork) I have reintroduced it into our lives....reintroduced also because my kids will eat it too.
This meal takes, no lie, roughly 15-20 minutes total to make.
In a frying pan I add generously a very delicate olive oil, chopped onions, asparagus and chopped ham pieces. I cook just until the asparagus is that brilliant green colour and still crunchy. I then add my cooked pasta (I love angel hair), more oil if I need it and then fresh spinach. I continue in the pan until the spinach is wilted, plate and then top with lots of fresh parmesan.
Fresh, very simple and healthy. Try varying up the ingredients...for me it's whatever is in the fridge that night.