Cook time 10 mins Total time 20 mins Author: The Culinary Chase Serves: 2 Ingredients
minced pork 1 to 2 cloves of garlic, chopped 2 teaspoons fennel seeds 1 to 2 tablespoons sun-dried tomatoes, chopped 2 handfuls of sorrel, washed and roughly chopped 2 to 3 handfuls short shaped pasta (farfalle, penne, campanelle, casarecce, cavatelli, egg noodles) shaved Parmesan cheese (use a vegetable peeler) Instructions Cook pasta according to packet instructions. While pasta is cooking, grab a frying pan and over medium heat add minced pork and fennel seeds. If the pork is lean, you may need to add a bit of olive oil. When pork is nearly cooked, add garlic. Stir to combine. Add sun-dried tomatoes and sorrel. Combine until sorrel has wilted slightly. By this time the pasta is ready to be added. Toss pasta until well incorporated. Remove from heat and serve immediately with shaved Parmesan and season with sea salt and freshly ground black pepper. 3.5.3208
of the pasta water to loosen up the meat if it looks a bit dry. Sorrel is lovely in soups, sauces, with eggs, fish, and cheese. Enjoy!
Add your pasta back in and toss it with the the mixture. I believe strongly in starting the week out with a big family meal, it grounds us, reminds of what is really important in our lives and gives us a chance to talk about the week
As mushrooms are available all the time now and go so well withpork. The honey in the sauce makes a really nice change and makes the gravy nice and light for this time of year We paired ours with in season vegetables like purple sprouting broccoli and jersey royals
I was in a bit of a fix for supper the other night, and came up with this pasta. I like to have turkey sausage in the fridge and shrimp in the freezer at all times, because when it's crunch time for supper, it's easy to come up with something delicious