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A woman has shared her recipe for the best and easiest pesto pasta ever, and all the ingredients can be found at the supermarket.

The woman from Sydney shared the recipe for the creamy chicken pesto salad which can be eaten hot or cold.

She says the chicken and zucchini should be cooked and seasoned as desired before being added to the dish.

‘It’s easy to meal prep and keep you full for ages,’ she said.

This is the easiest and best pesto pasta ever - and all the ingredients can be found at the supermarket

This is the easiest and best pesto pasta ever - and all the ingredients can be found at the supermarket

This is the easiest and best pesto pasta ever – and all the ingredients can be found at the supermarket

The meal is quick and easy, with elements being easy to swap out for alternatives – making it easy to cater for fussy eaters or dietary requirements.

The recipe calls for pasta, pesto and cream to be combined with chopped chicken, vegetables and a diced spring onion.

And other mums are excited about the quick and simple recipe.

‘That looks so good,’ one mum said.

‘This gives me an idea for Thursday dinner and that chicken I have.’ 

THE EASIEST PESTO PASTA EVER 

INGREDIENTS

150g Chicken Breast (raw)⠀

40g Leggos Pesto Traditional Basil⠀

20g Light Thickened Cream⠀

70g Vetta Smart Pasta High Protein⠀ 

 80g Zucchini⠀

50g Frozen Peas⠀

20g Baby Spinach⠀

Spring Onion⠀

 METHOD

Boil pasta per packet instructions.⠀

Season and cook chicken and zucchini as desired (I used the air fryer).⠀

Drain pasta, stir in pesto and cream. Combine with chopped chicken, vegetables and diced spring onion.⠀

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 Easy recipes are perfect after a long day, another mum recently shared her ‘deliciously cheap’ carbonara recipe – after coming across it on the back of a bacon packet.

Liz posted on Facebook, where she said she found the recipe on the back of a packet of ‘Don’ bacon, and she tried it last weekend.

‘I’m working from home and made it again today for lunch,’ she wrote.

‘It honestly only took me 25 minutes (lucky, because I only have a 30-minute lunch break) from cold water on the stove to eating.’

A mother and home cook has shared the 'deliciously cheap' recipe she stumbled across for spaghetti carbonara on the back of a bacon packet (pictured)

A mother and home cook has shared the 'deliciously cheap' recipe she stumbled across for spaghetti carbonara on the back of a bacon packet (pictured)

A mother and home cook has shared the ‘deliciously cheap’ recipe she stumbled across for spaghetti carbonara on the back of a bacon packet (pictured)

Liz posted on Facebook, where she said she found the recipe on the back of a packet of 'Don' bacon, and she tried is last weekend (pictured)

Liz posted on Facebook, where she said she found the recipe on the back of a packet of 'Don' bacon, and she tried is last weekend (pictured)

Liz posted on Facebook, where she said she found the recipe on the back of a packet of ‘Don’ bacon, and she tried is last weekend (pictured)

Liz said she used several ingredients she already had including minced garlic, pasta, the bacon and eggs.

She then went to the supermarket to get her hands on cream, shallots, Parmesan cheese – and spent $11 in Aldi in total.

‘It cost me $11 and made two meals, four serves out of the one lot of purchased ingredients,’ she said.

While she didn’t add it, Liz said the recipe also includes parsley and spring onions.

How to make Liz’s ‘deliciously cheap’ spaghetti carbonara

INGREDIENTS

* One garlic clove, peeled and crushed

Liz said she used several ingredients she already had including minced garlic, pasta, the bacon and eggs - and then bought a few extras (pictured)

Liz said she used several ingredients she already had including minced garlic, pasta, the bacon and eggs - and then bought a few extras (pictured)

Liz said she used several ingredients she already had including minced garlic, pasta, the bacon and eggs – and then bought a few extras (pictured)

* 500 grams fettucine

* 250 grams real diced bacon

* Two eggs, lightly beaten

* Five spring onions, chopped

* 3/4 cup of cooking cream

* Salt and pepper

* 1/3 cup of grated Parmesan cheese

* Two tablespoons of roughly-chopped parsley

* Fresh parsley to garnish 

METHOD

1. Cook fresh fettucine in boiling water for five minutes. Meanwhile, pan fry diced bacon for 2-3 minutes, add the spring onions and garlic and cook for one to two minutes, stirring continually.

2. Lightly beat together the eggs and the cream, season with salt and pepper and stir in the Parmesan cheese.

3. Drain the cooked pasta and return immediately to a hot saucepan. Add egg mixture and parsley and gently toss well through the hot pasta. 

4. Serve immediately with fresh parsley leaves.

Source: Don Bacon 

 

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Hundreds online were impressed with the results.

‘Yum, this looks amazing,’ one woman posted.

‘Try adding broccoli next time. Takes it to the next level,’ added another.  

A third wrote: ‘You made my mouth water’. 

An Australian woman has shared how to make chicken carbonara pasta in a slow cooker after receiving the recipe from a friend

An Australian woman has shared how to make chicken carbonara pasta in a slow cooker after receiving the recipe from a friend

An Australian woman has shared how to make chicken carbonara pasta in a slow cooker after receiving the recipe from a friend

Revealing the recipe to the Aussie Slow Cooker Recipes Facebook group, she later said the chicken carbonara pasta was very easy to make (pictured)

Revealing the recipe to the Aussie Slow Cooker Recipes Facebook group, she later said the chicken carbonara pasta was very easy to make (pictured)

Revealing the recipe to the Aussie Slow Cooker Recipes Facebook group, she later said the chicken carbonara pasta was very easy to make (pictured) 

While the recipe may be easy to follow, it takes four hours to cook on a low heat then a further 1.5 hours on a high heat

While the recipe may be easy to follow, it takes four hours to cook on a low heat then a further 1.5 hours on a high heat

While the recipe may be easy to follow, it takes four hours to cook on a low heat then a further 1.5 hours on a high heat

This isn’t the first time a recipe for spaghetti carbonara has captured the attention of the internet. 

Previously, an Australian woman shared how to make chicken carbonara pasta in a slow cooker after receiving the ‘game changing’ recipe from a friend.

At first she was ‘sceptical’ about preparing the dish in the slow cooker but thought she’d give it a go anyway and raved about the results online. 

Posting in the Aussie Slow Cooker Recipes Facebook group, she later said the chicken carbonara pasta was very easy to make and tasted as good as it looked.

To make the meal she used chicken, bacon, sliced mushrooms, minced garlic, thickened cream, chicken stock, condensed cream of chicken soup and pasta. 

While the recipe may be easy to follow, it takes four hours to cook on a low heat then a further 1.5 hours on a high heat to complete so you will need to have time on your hands – but there is no need to brown the chicken first. 

How to make the perfect pasta carbonara in the slow cooker 

INGREDIENTS

1kg of Chicken thighs diced

300 grams Bacon diced

400 grams Mushrooms sliced

1 Onion diced

3 teaspoons Garlic minced

2 cans of Condensed Cream of Chicken Soup

2x 600ml Thickened Cream

1 Chicken Stock Cube

1 pkt 500 grams Fettuccine

METHOD

1. Add chicken, onion, bacon, garlic, mushrooms, stock cube into slow cooker.

2. Pour over soup mix

3. Add cream

4. Stir together

5. Cook on LOW for 4 hours

6. Put pasta in cooker

7. Gently combine

8. Cook on HIGH for a further 1.5 hours in 6L slow cooker

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Source: | This article originally belongs to Dailymail.co.uk

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