Even if you don't have a pasta maker at home, you can still make this simple pasta
Italian cuisine is undoubtedly one of many people's favourites. It might be because so many Italian cuisine provides simple methods to incorporate fresh produce. It might be because some of the best Italian dishes are made using family recipes that have been passed down for many years. We consume a lot of Italian food, anyhow.
It's time to put more green foods on your plate because we are all more health-conscious these days. Although we should consume green foods all year round, there is something about some seasons that encourages people to prepare vibrant, fresh recipes. This time, let's create a large quantity of fresh pasta in the kitchen. What could be better than making your own fresh pasta? Make it even healthier by switching to wheat flour from all-purpose flour. If you've ever made pasta, you know that the procedure is pretty simple yet time-consuming. This is easy to make even without a pasta maker if you don't have one at home.
½ cup wheat flour (150 gram)
2 cup spinach (140 gram) blend it in a food processor/ mixer blender as much as possible
½ tsp salt
½ tsp oil
Knead a soft dough using wheat and spinach ingredients. Roll into a flat 1/4-inch-thick disc and cut thinly with scissors, add the cut pieces in boiling water with salt and oil.
When it starts to float on the surface then cook for 5 min more and after that take it out from the water. Let it dry for some time.
Heat a pan, add butter, 2tbsp pesto sauce, salt as per taste, ¼ cup water and 1 tsp lemon juice. Let it cook until aromatic. Add the pasta and serve warm.
Blend 2 cup basil leaves, 2 garlic cloves, 1/4 cup walnuts, 1 tsp lemon, 4-5 mint leaves, 1/4 tsp black pepper, 1/2 tsp oregano, 1/3 cup Olive oil. Enjoy with pastas, noodles and bread spread.
Enjoy this healthy pasta recipe with the goodness of both basil and spinach. Pesto is healthy and can be consumed daily in moderation, just like with many nice things in life. It is packed with nutrients, also heavy in fat and calories. Pesto gives your body the resources it needs to maintain cell health and keep your heart healthy because it is high in vitamins, minerals, and monounsaturated fats.
While potassium is one of the many essential minerals that spinach is high in. The consumption of potassium-rich meals lowers blood pressure. Lutein, an antioxidant that helps prevent age-related eye conditions like macular degeneration and cataracts, is a nutrient that is abundant in spinach.