Hi everyone! So I am finally back from my holiday to Singapore. It was so much fun that I can't begin to tell, but also it was very hectic as we had only 4 days with us. Still we had a great time. I was so tired the day we came back that I just didn't do anything, although I had so much to do, huge pile of laundry, house cleaning, and what not. On the other hand, I managed to cook this yummy pasta in white sauce with minimal ingredients.
Let's get over with the ingredients:
Wheat Flour—1/4 cup
Chopped French beans—1/2 cup
Onion, julienne—1 small (excuse the typo of julienne in the image!)
Full cream—1/4 cup
Garlic, finely chopped—2 cloves
Spaghetti—1 bundle (I have tried this recipe with fusilli as well, picture on Instagram, you can use whatever is available with you, my stock of fusilli was over so I used spaghetti
Cheese, grated—2 tbsp
Crushed black pepper
Boil the spaghetti as per the instructions on the package and add a few drops of oil to it so that they don't stick to each other. On another stove start by heating a flat base pan on medium-high heat followed by butter and onion.
Then add crushed rosemary and oregano followed by garlic.
Saute everything, till you start smelling the aroma. Make sure you don't burn the garlic. Now add the beans.
Mix everything and let cook for a minute. The pasta should be done by now, strain it in a strainer and run cold water in it so that further cooking stops. Save some water in which we boiled our pasta for further use. In a small bowl take flour add the full cream and mix so that no lumps are there. If you feel it's too thick, you can add some milk or the water that we saved after straining pasta. Turn heat to low, add flour mix to the pan and give it a gentle mix.
Add salt, crushed black pepper and some cheese (I used mozzarella, you can use Parmesan as well).
Add the boiled pasta and mix it with everything else.
Let it cook for a minute and your spaghetti in white sauce is ready.
Serve it hot and enjoy.
Do try out this recipe and let me know how it worked out for you. What is your favorite type of pasta? Do share in the comments.
Thanks for reading and happy cooking!