Welcome to my Hausmann pasta pot creamy green sauce tagliatelle. Made with our Hausmann pasta pot. After last Sunday and reviewing their pizza tray I am back today with my review of their pasta pot.
This pasta pot recipe is dedicated to all of you parents out there, that either want to eat healthier or want your kids to eat their greens. I would estimate that this recipe has about 10 of your recommended 5 a day and that just depends on how much sauce you have. With the sauce made just of vegetables you will see why this is a big winner.
From a personal point of view I do eat a lot of vegetables and probably average about 6-8 portions a day. But sometimes life can take over and I can end up having a couple of days without them.
You know those days I am talking about….the time when you have a family gathering and there is no vegetables on offer, or those days when you have run out and are waiting to go grocery shopping.
Well eat this and you will be amazed by the high level of vegetables, how much of a body boost it will give you. Then you will feel less guilty about the pasta in it.
Then with your kids if they are always saying no to eating your greens cook it for them like this and you will be amazed by the results!
This recipe is also really easy to make thanks to the soup maker and the pasta pot for bringing this dish together quickly for you.
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In your pasta pot start by cooking your pasta. Place it in the pan with 250ml of water on a high heat and cook it until it has boiled. When it is boiling lift up your pan lid stir it (so that the pasta breaks up) and cook for a further 3 minutes. Then drain and put to one side.
While your pasta is cooking make your sauce. Place in your soup maker (or steamer) the broccoli and courgette and cook for 20 minutes. When it is cooked drain and add the avocado and coconut milk and blend. Add a little water if it is too thick.
When your pasta has finished reuse the pasta pot and place in it your garlic, onion and olive oil and sauté the onion. Add the garden peas and cook for a further 3 minutes.
Add your sauce and your pasta to the pot along with your other seasoning. Mix well and then serve.
When cooking pasta it is easy to over cater and make too much. With tagliatelle one portion is one nest of tagliatelle so if you are feeding four you only need four of these. Or if dealing with other pasta a cup is a portion.
Hausmann Pasta Pot
This pasta pot is a fantastic addition to a family kitchen. It is one of those products that you wish you had owned years ago. So smooth to hold in your hands, incredibly versatile, easy to store and best of all the side handles will not burn you.
I have to shout out the last point because this Hausmann pasta pot unlike many others WILL NOT BURN YOUR HANDS. I have never had a pan that has felt that good to hold. I am normally in the kitchen holding a pan with a tea towel with fear of burning but with this one the handle heat never changes.
I have also spent years having pasta pots that are not that deep and will end up with sauce all over my kitchen worktop, so if you are a messy cook, or teaching a teenager to cook like us, then this is the perfect pasta pot for you.
If you want a pasta pot that ticks all the boxes and will cook your pasta perfectly then you have found your dream pasta pot.
In terms of getting yourself one of these pasta pots (or exploring the rest of their range) you can explore more by clicking here. If I were to do it again and/or if I were to currently recommend a good quality pasta pot to you, I would say CHOOSE THIS ONE.