A pasta with some lentils and vegetables and cheese, of course! Perfect for dinner or for the lunchbox!
Ojas is a very picky eater, very choosy about what he eats and even if he likes something, he eats it very less. But one thing that he really likes eating is pasta (a big kala tikka and touchwood here).
So I try and make it very often and also try and make it as healthy as possible. This one is one of my own creations that comes out really yummy and is highly nutritious. I add some lentils like moong dal to the sauce so that Ojas gets his share of proteins. I also add vegetables to it, so that Ojas manages to eat some vegetables at least.
In fact, I have tried so many variations of pasta for him. And thankfully he has liked each of them. A quick search on the blog will tell you that I do love making pasta regularly at home and have a lot of recipes to fall back on. The good part about adding cheese to the hot dish is that it actually enhances the taste of the dish and melts slightly to give that delicious gooey feel to the dish.
I think this is one dish we all fall back on the days we are really tired and want to cook something simple. Just boil the pasta, mix the sauce (if you are like me, you would just make a huge batch of marnina pasta/pizza sauce and store it in the freezer to use whenever you wanted to!) Add a few vegetables of your choice and you have a super meal in hand. Pair it up with a crunchy salad if you want and you are done with the vegetable intake for the day.
Delicious and super easy to make pasta recipe!