3 Quick and Easy Pasta Sauce Recipes

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3 Quick and Easy Pasta Sauce Recipes

Hotel School | 22 January 2016

Submitted by Hotel School on 2016-01-22T15:32:7200

3 Quick and Easy Pasta Sauces Every now and again we struggle for ideas when it comes to cooking tasty meals for friends and family. We've lined up 3 easy to prepare pasta sauces that you can whip up in no time, leaving you free to chat to your guests instead of breaking a sweat in the kitchen.


Three Cheese Pasta Sauce Three Cheese Pasta SauceHeat 1 tablespoon of olive oil in a pan and add a small, chopped onion together with a clove of crushed garlic. Cook on a medium heat for 7-8 minutes and then add 80 grams of butter. Stir in 1 cup of grated mozzarella cheese, half a cup of grated emmental or gruyere cheese and 1 cup grated parmesan cheese. Stir over the heat until the cheese melts. (Add half a cup of chicken stock (or milk) if the mixture is too thick.) Season well with salt and pepper. Pour over cooked, drained pasta and serve with diced tomatoes and herbs sprinkled over the top of this simple but tasty dish.


Creamy Alfredo Sauce with Chicken Creamy Alfredo Sauce with Chicken Over a medium heat, melt 125 grams of butter in a pan and add 1 cup of cream and 2 teaspoons of crushed garlic to the pan. Using a whisk, constantly stir the ingredients together and gradually add 2 cups of milk to the mixture (whisking all the time). Stir in 170 grams of parmesan cheese and season well with salt and pepper. When the sauce has become a thicker consistency, remove from the heat. Add chopped (left-over) roast chicken pieces to the sauce and pour over pre-cooked pasta. Voila! Serve with a green salad and warm ciabatta bread.


A Boerewors, Tomato and Basil crowd pleaser Slice up 400 grams of your favourite boerewors into small pieces and fry in a non-stick pan over a medium heat until browned. Once cooked, remove the pan from the heat, remove the meat from the pan and drain the excess fat from the pan (don't wipe…just drain). Place the empty pan back on the heat and flash fry 2 cups of halved cherry tomatoes until soft and cooked through. Add your meat back to the pan together with a handful of roughly chopped basil, some chilli (to your own heat standards) and a half a cup of tomato passata (or canned chopped tomatoes if you don't have passata). Season whilst you heat through and add to cooked pasta. (Sprinkle with grated parmesan if the mood takes you). It's definitely a crowd pleaser and takes minutes to prepare. Go on, give it a bash. Drop us a line if you would like to know more about past sauce recipes or if you have some ideas to share with us - we would love to hear from you.