Fishy Italian Spaghetti

I went into creativity mode the other day and made this little bowl of healthy goodness.

 Ingredients

  • 75 grams of spaghetti
  • 4 green olives sliced in half
  • half carton of chopped tomatoes (about 200 grams)
  • 1 Tsp of Philadelphia Whipped Garlic and Herb
  • Italian seasoning to taste (I put a lot in!)
  • 2 large button mushrooms
  • 1 third of a red and yellow bell pepper
  • 1 Birds Eye Sundried Tomato Fish Fillet (or whatever fish you like)
  • 4 baby sweetcorn spears

I really fancied making a pasta dish for my lunch at work as I seem to have fallen into a routine of not having pasta thinking it’s bad for me (due to the carbs). It’s not bad for me but my brain does stupid things sometimes.

Anyway onto the method!

Method

Preheat the oven to 180.Cook your choice of fish to the packet instructions for about 25 minutes. Boil some water in a pan, add the spaghetti and simmer for 9 minutes (al-dente), 11 minutes (soft).

Meanwhile, chop all your ingredients and preheat a frying pan with Frylight. Add the mushrooms, peppers,baby corn and cook to soften.Add the rest of the veg along with the Philadelphia,chopped tomatoes and Italian seasoning.Simmer for about 5 mins on a low heat;don’t forget to stir!

Drain the spaghetti and put to one side.

Take the veg mixture off the heat and stir into the spaghetti.Flake the fish into the pasta,stir lightly and you’re done!

  

This may not win medals for presentation but it is one of the most tastiest pasta dishes ever and it’s so simple to make that any idiot can do it (even me!)

If you have a go at this, let me know how it turns out and what changes you make to make it your own!

SIMW

xx

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