This recipe is for our special newsletter about Unlimited Ministries. All of the unsold food from Pasta Factory is donated to this incredible charity. We asked Natasha Hess what her favourite pasta recipe was so we could share it with you! Natasha is dedicated to providing supplies and care to many impoverished communities and has certainly done her fair share of cooking for lots of hungry mouths!
This is a great pasta recipe for the holidays. It has a lot of ingredients, but it’s easy to make and can feed a lot of people. So great for the extended family visits.
Here is an interesting combination for you! We selected this recipe in conjunction with our blog about our new stockist, Früt, who also sell a wide range of lovely frozen fruits. What a great way to experiment with fruit and pasta – also a nice dish for summer.
Gnocchi makes a great alternative to pasta if you fancy a change. This recipe is a beautifully simple vegetarian option. Sometimes less is more!
This may seem obvious to some, but we often get asked how best to cook fresh pasta. Many people are used to using dry pasta, but once you’ve tried fresh, you will never go back! You want to make sure you really get the best texture and flavour for the best experience, so here is how to do it…
This is one of my favourite dishes from my holiday in Italy. Its typical of Italian cuisine, oh so simple but absolutely heavenly!
This recipe is something you can easily teach your children to make. Its easy and yummy. Most kids love cheesy pasta! You can also use whichever cheese they prefer. This is such simple meal and really good served with a salad (and a glass of wine for the grown-ups!)
This is a yummy dish perfect for any season. All you need to do is purchase a packet of Pasta Factory’s gnocchi and follow the instructions below.
This is such a simple but impressive dish. For some reason, dinner guests are always impressed by home-made pesto. Serve it up with some hot garlic ciabatta and you have a really beautiful meal!
This is an all-time favourite – we just had to include this in our recipes!