Pasta – 250 g
Frozen spinach or fresh spinach, chopped – 200 g
Garlic – 3 cloves
Pepper powder – as per your taste
Chicken stock cube – 1
Cream – 2-3 tbsp
Cook pasta according to package instructions. Heat olive oil in a pan, saute garlic. Add spinach and then chicken stock cube with enough water. Chicken stock should dissolve nicely. Add cream to this. Now add pasta to this and let everything blend well. Decorate with toasted almonds. Serve straight from stove.
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15 thoughts on “Creamy spinach pasta”
Yummy pasta..healthy take with spinach:)
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looks so delicious and yum
Cook like Priya
Healthy and delicious pasta
Delicious and creamy pasta my little ones favorite.
Yummilicious pasta dear.. 🙂
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Looks yum and cute…
Thumbs uppp..! healthy & yummy recipe
Looks absolutely delicious, I like this kind of food.
Spinach with pasta is a favourite. Looks creamy too.
Healthy and yummy pasta..
Shabbu's Tasty Kitchen
really yummy n inviting pasta
Yummy pasta Beena. Definitely a kuds favourite. I am impressed by how you can post a recipe everyday. I can't even get time to comment on your posts. Wonderful job. Keep it up Beena…
You have linked 2 good recipes for my event—But you haven't given the link to my page from your blog post..Please do that ,Thanks..
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That is one simple yet sophisticated recipe with a quick turn around time. Also, have you ever come across bow-tie pasta(hardest of all pastas) not getting cooked properly? I dunno some how i could not get the pasta soft enough or al dente. Hence what i did was, I cooked the pasta in a pressure cooker for 1 whistle, guess what it was not mushy, it came out well 🙂
I think instead of chicken stock cube, i would use Maggie's veg cubes, Yes – I'm a vegetarian by choice!!
You got a great blog & it is amazing how you belt out art & cooking at the same time!!
I'm glad to be following your blog!!