Broccoli & Sundried Tomato Fusilli Pasta

In this recipe, there's lots of broccoli which is full of vitamins B, C, carotene and iron - all good cancer-preventing properties.

Recipe By: KitchenCIB (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/94)
Serves 2

Ingredients

Broccoli 200g
Garlic 2 cloves
Anchovy fillets 2
Dried chillis 2
Sundried tomatoes 2
Olive oil 7-8 tbsp
Parmigiano reggiano (optional) as you like
Fusilli pasta 200g

Method

1
Boil lots of water and add 1-1.5% salt. Boil the broccoli until almost cooked through.
2
In the meantime, put the oil and smashed garlic in a frying pan and turn the heat on medium heat.
3
When the garlic browns, snap the dried chillis in half and remove some seeds before adding to the pan with the anchovy. Add 1 ladle broccoli water.
4
Add the fusilli to the broccoli pan to cook.
5
When the broccoli has been cooking for 8 minutes, drain and add to the frying pan and smash with a fork. Add the chopped sundried tomatoes.
6
If there's not enough sauce, add some pasta water and shake to emulsify.
7
When the pasta is cooked, transfer to the frying pan. Turn off the heat and mix the sauce and pasta together well.
8
Transfer to a serving dish and grate some Parmigiano reggiano on top if you like.

Tips & Note

●Cook the broccoli in the same water as the pasta, so the pasta water will have a lovely deep flavour
●You can use any long pasta if you like, instead of fusilli

Broccoli & Sundried Tomato Fusilli Pasta

In this recipe, there's lots of broccoli which is full of vitamins B, C, carotene and iron - all good cancer-preventing properties.

Recipe By: KitchenCIB (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/94)

Serves 2

Ingredients

Broccoli 200g
Garlic 2 cloves
Anchovy fillets 2
Dried chillis 2
Sundried tomatoes 2
Olive oil 7-8 tbsp
Parmigiano reggiano (optional) as you like
Fusilli pasta 200g

Broccoli & Sundried Tomato Fusilli Pasta

Recipe ID :1029 Posted on 26 AUG 2015

Serves 2

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In this recipe, there's lots of broccoli which is full of vitamins B, C, carotene and iron - all good cancer-preventing properties.

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200g
2 cloves
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7-8 tbsp
as you like
200g

Method

1
Boil lots of water and add 1-1.5% salt. Boil the broccoli until almost cooked through.
2
In the meantime, put the oil and smashed garlic in a frying pan and turn the heat on medium heat.
3
When the garlic browns, snap the dried chillis in half and remove some seeds before adding to the pan with the anchovy. Add 1 ladle broccoli water.
4
Add the fusilli to the broccoli pan to cook.
5
When the broccoli has been cooking for 8 minutes, drain and add to the frying pan and smash with a fork. Add the chopped sundried tomatoes.
6
If there's not enough sauce, add some pasta water and shake to emulsify.
7
When the pasta is cooked, transfer to the frying pan. Turn off the heat and mix the sauce and pasta together well.
8
Transfer to a serving dish and grate some Parmigiano reggiano on top if you like.

Tips & Note

●Cook the broccoli in the same water as the pasta, so the pasta water will have a lovely deep flavour
●You can use any long pasta if you like, instead of fusilli

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