User Review( votes)
This is almost a euphemism of a “recipe” – there is nothing to be cooked but the pasta itself.
I never expected I would think of creating a close-to-zero Laziness factor dish, but this is actually it – and it’s so tasty and nutritious that you want to keep coming back to its taste.
Laziness Factor: 1
[where 0 is eating plain ketchup and 4 is tasting the entire planet’s dishes]
Ingredients for 4-5 servings:
– 500g whole wheat ditalini
– 2 tsps black olive paste
– 2-3 garlic cloves
– grated hard cheese
– salt and freshly ground pepper
Finely chop or crush the garlic cloves.
You can either buy or make the olive paste by putting 8-10 pitted olives in the food processor.
Cook the ditalini in salted water till al dente.
Drain the ditalini, put it in small bowls and garnish with the olive paste.
Serve with olive oil, grated cheese and frehsly ground pepper. Parsley is also welcome. Bon appetit!
Here is a video version of this recipe:
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