Miss Windsor’s Italian Inspired Cherry Tomato Pasta is just the tonic for the hungry-hearted – Mamma mia!
You see, my vegetarian recipe is splendidly quick and easy to recreate – using the very best of Whimsical Winnie’s harvest. Namely, her titillating good (Oh, I say!) allotment grown tomatoes from her plot at Fulham Palace Meadows (London). I say, Winnie’s such a dear heart for donating her little red balls of goodness to my ‘Eatalian’ culinary cause!
Darlings, my mouth-watering delectable delight also boasts a plethora of ingredients: olive oil, garlic, onion, mushrooms, Moroccan dry black olives, basil, and an Italian vegetable - cavolo nero cabbage – quite simple, yet devilishly tasty!
And may be wolfed down hot or cold along with your favourite pasta – I favour Garofalo Casarecce Pasta – a teeny weeny reminder of my trip to Naples. Or to be scoffed following a jolly good session at the gym – which will certainly boost one’s energy levels and quench one’s hunger pangs- How spiffing!
Oh, and before I forget – I hereby present this delightful dish as my first offering to Mrs Simkins and Miss Windsor’s Italian themed collaboration.
You see, we’ve just celebrated the last ‘hurrah’ of our first culinary venture – as we whipped up an assemblage of savoury and sweet teatime treats – I say, I do hope you’re well acquainted with our recipes? If not, then please do take a peek and I’ll see you back here in a jiffy!
Moving swiftly on – now, I must pay homage to my dear Italian friend – the exceedingly vivacious Viviana Ciccone, who offered Miss Windsor a helping hand in the realm of traditional Italian cookery – How fabulous!
In fact, Viviana attributes her magical culinary skills to her darling mother Michelina. And luckily for Miss Windsor, Viviana taught her how to make an authentic Italian pasta sauce from scratch – which has certainly been put to good use!
Darlings, before you trot off to your kitchen, please take note of my most useful TIP: I recommend you refrain from serving Miss Windsor’s frightfully delicious dish all at once. So, why not fill up a Tupperware vessel and pop it into the fridge for later – there’s a good darling! I dare say, this snippet of Italy tastes even better when cold.
So, whatever your preference – a midday nibble or a midnight snack - I personally guarantee my dish will satisfy all palates and leave you yearning for more – Oh, I say!
Please enjoy with a splash of olive oil; a sprinkling of parmesan cheese; a smattering of cracked black pepper; and a rather decorative basil leaf – Voila!
ALL PHOTOGRAPHY BY MISS WINDSOR EXCEPT FOR WINNIE & MICHELINA
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