Another great meal for a hot day. This dish feeds about 3-4, and can be made with simple, fresh ingredients. It’s a great light meal, and only takes a few minutes to prepare.
Step 1: Everything in the pot
Using a large sauce pan, place the spaghetti in the middle of the pan, and then place all the vegetables to either side of the pasta.
Step 2: Simmer
Add the water to the pan, and turn the burner to high until the water starts to boil. Turn it down to a low simmer, and let simmer, stirring occasionally. The pasta will start to absorb the water, and the veggies will cook. If the water boils off too quickly, before the pasta is cooked, you can add a little more.
Once the pasta is cooked, it’s ready to serve. Season with a little salt and pepper, and grate some fresh parmesean over it, if you have some.
Loving the city, but longing for the farm, Melissa has made a hobby and a habit out of living sustainably, and DIYing, all while enjoying the perks of living in the big city. From Vancouver BC, she posts about making your own homestead from the smallest condo, and bringing farm living to rapid transit.
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