As a carnivore and a dessert lover, making something that doesn’t have meat in it feels like some kind of unbalance. But, this is such an easy and delicious recipe that it doesn’t matter. Plus, once you’ve made the pasta, you can toss meat in if you wish.
A large portion of India is vegetarian due to religious reasons and it’s only fair that we make a recipe that vegetarians can use and enjoy. So that’s where this recipe comes into play. It’s got five main ingredients and you can add in as many more as you please as you go along. The longest part of this recipe is cooking the pasta, but that’s a relatively easy process. For those who have never cooked pasta before, this is a great recipe to start with. It takes absolutely no effort, you can’t burn anything and while overcooking the pasta is a possibility, just keep a close watch on it. Remember, while pasta and rice are cooked in similar ways, you don’t let the pasta cook too much because if it’s too mushy, it won’t taste right.
Parmesan Garlic Pasta