This is a great summer dish and helps you to cut back on the carbs using zucchini noodles. I added broccoli rabe with diced tomatoes for extra flavor. Don’t forget the seasonings like fresh basil and oregano. Dig right in for a high multi-vitamin packed green dish.
Many people may assume that broccoli rabe is difficult to make. It’s a dark green leafy vegetable and a significant staple in the Italian American dishes. Did you know it’s packed with protein, Vitamin A, Vitamin B, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Calcium, and Magnesium?
First, I put the broccoli rabe in a pot and then boil it until tender. Meanwhile, set aside a non-stick pan lined with olive oil, crushed pepper, and sliced garlic. You can cook until the garlic is slightly brown. Once broccoli rabe is boiled, place in the pan and continue sauteing for about 5 minutes.
You can also dice tomatoes and throw it in your dish for more flavoring. Add a little bit of sauce too. I usually add salt, pepper, and other Italian seasonings to spice it up. You can either boil or fry the noodles, but I prefer to boil them slightly before mixing them in with the broccoli rabe and tomatoes.
What you’ll need:
Broccoli Rabe (1 head)
Tomatoes (1 or 2)
Zucchini Noodles (Homemade or Store Bought)
Seasonings (Oregano, Basil, Salt, Pepper, Crushed Red Pepper)
Get ready for a wholesome meal. You get your greens, your vitamins, and a light meal. Induldge in a guilty-free meal and load up on the “zucch noodles.”
You come home late and try to prepare a healthy delicious meal that’s quick and easy. Grab a box of fiber and protein enriched pasta in red lentil, chickpea, yellow lentil, or black bean flavors. It’s totally gluten-free, Non-GMO, and vegan friendly. And better yet Pasta Lensi is made in Italy. Manja, Manja!
First, boil a pot of water and add salt. Once the water is boiled, add your box of pasta and cook until “al dente” or just right. (Directions included on the box)
Next, heat extra virgin olive oil in a pan and add diced garlic to the dish. Sautee until garlic is slightly brown. Dice tomatoes into small pieces and add them in. Mix together, add oregano, italian seasoning, salt, and pepper for extra flavor.
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Looking for an easy quick meal, try slicing tomatoes into cubes and sauteing it in olive oil and garlic. Mix it up until the tomatoes get soft. Add basil, oregano, and sea salt for a kick. It’s delicious and full of natural flavor. I love using whole wheat spaghetti since it has plenty of fiber and grains to keep you feeling satisfied longer.
You can get fresh and affordable food at Aldi. I only paid 89 cents for a box of whole wheat pasta. How can you go wrong? BON A PETITE
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