Anchovy Fillets Pasta

Anchovy Fillets Pasta - Ciao Gusto, From Ocado

Foods are my favourite :)
I love experimenting and cooking various types of foods around the World. Today we tried Anchovy Fillet Pasta, which was full of Italian flavours, for a while I thought I was eating at Jamie's Italian. Well jokes apart - I have used some amazing authentic Italian products from Ciao Gusto range available at Ocado. Ciao Gusto are the leading food and beverage companywhich helps promoting Italian food industry and protect the provenance of 'Made in Italy' branded products.

I love Italian foods because with just a handful of ingredients you can create so many tasty dishes as well as they are easy to prepare also, you don't have to spend much time in the kitchen. For my Anchovy Fillet Pasta, I have spend just around 30 minutes.

In this dish, Anchovys are the real hero. They are small kind of fish found at Mediterranean and southern European coasts. Anchovys are already salt-cured, so be careful while making pasta and add a less amount of salt. So these are the few recipe I have used to prepare this dish. Hope you will enjoy the recipe and try out one.

Olive oil - 2 tbsp
Curly Kale - 1 bowl
Garofalo Fusilli - 150 grams
Parmigiano Reggian Cheese - As much as you desire :)
Cherry Tomatoes - 1/2 cups (around 7/10)
|Fresh Basil - 1 bunch
Onion - 1
Garlic - 2 cloves

  • Finely chop the onions and garlic.
  • Heat the pan, add 2 tbsp of olive oil and then add finely chopped onions and garlic till it turns golden brown color. 
  • Meanwhile, boil the pasta for 10/12 minutes in salted water.
  • Add washed curly kale in the pan, cook it for 1 minute and then add cherries tomatoes. ( I have pan tossed cherry tomatoes with little bit of salt for 2/3 minutes at high heat here)
  • Drain the pasta and add it to the pan and cook for few more minutes. 
  • Then add delicious double anchovy fillets, give a good stir.  
  • Turn off the heat and add bunch of roughly cut fresh basil.
  • Serve straight away and sprinkled really generously amount of parmigiano cheese.

All of my ingredients were purchased from Ocado and Ciao Gusto range. You can find out more of Italian Range at Ciao Gusto.

Disclaimer: I was sent an Ocado voucher to try out the Ciao Gusto range for the purposes of this recipe post however all opinions remain my own.

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