If you are busy, or don’t feel like cooking much, or don’t have much in your fridge, then this pasta recipe is for you. It’s hard to believe something this simple could be so good, but it is. Lots of flavour with very few ingredients, ingredients you can have in your pantry.
Give it a try, especially when you are short of time, money, or food.
The photo is of the dish I whipped up one night.
Over at Kitchen Daily, they had a feature the use of en papillote (whether that is using parchment, foil, or some other material). Of the recipes there, these are the ones I look forward to trying soon, especially the first one.
- Sea Bass En Papillote with Tangerine and Grapefruit – The Culinary Chase.
- Simple Elegant Fish with Cauliflower Potato Mash – Savory Nothings
- Tilapia en Papillote |Billy Parisi.
- Soy and Ginger Shrimp Packets – The Culinary Chase.
- Sole in a Bag with Zucchini & Black Olives
- Recipe: Asian Salmon en Papillote for Two | Verily.
Bonus: this sweet potato recipe not only sounds good, but I love the source for it.
The Bacon Eating Jewish Vegetarian: Big Sweet Easy (Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Sumac).
The image is from the last recipe from Verily. If you are new to this way of cooking, go to that recipe: it outlines the simple technique using parchment.