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Fresh greens can turn a basic pasta into something healthy and flavourful
Who says pasta has to be a heavy meal? By using fresh greens from your local farmers’ market, you can turn a basic pasta into something healthy and flavourful. (OK, yes, a generous helping of butter does help amp up the taste).
For this recipe, I used semolina pasta, which is made primarily with semolina flour instead of all-purpose flour. It is heartier and easier to digest, while also providing a firmer texture and a more well-rounded flavour.
See video below for how-to instructions…
Makes 4 portions