Pasta with minced meat and pesto

Do pasta for the first time. I want to say that only putting green sauce is afraid that the taste is too monotonous, so I added a bit of minced meat and boiled it into a meat sauce, thinking it would be nondescript. Regret didn't pay attention to the display, and there wasn't much selling. In addition, the light in the place where the photo was taken was not good, and the color of the pasta was not completely restored. O (∩_∩) O so happy, pasta is Italy's biggest contribution to the world!

Do pasta for the first time. I want to say that only putting green sauce is afraid that the taste is too monotonous, so I added a bit of minced meat and boiled it into a meat sauce, thinking it would be nondescript. Regret didn't pay attention to the display, and there wasn't much selling. In addition, the light in the place where the photo was taken was not good, and the color of the pasta was not completely restored. O (∩_∩) O so happy, pasta is Italy's biggest contribution to the world!

Material

Dried basil leaves a little bit
cheese powder a little bit
spaghetti 100g
Lean meat a small piece
olive oil a little
Garlic clove 2 capsules
pesto green sauce Two tablespoons
Garlic powder A teaspoon
salt a little

Boil in a pot of water, add 7g of salt and 100g of pasta (one serving), cook according to the cooking time on the pasta bag (about 8 minutes on my side), pay attention to stir to prevent adhesion

While cooking the noodles, chop the lean meat into minced meat (it can also be stirred with a cooking machine), mince the garlic cloves

Remove spaghetti and place in cold water.

Heat the pan, add the right amount of olive oil, fry the minced garlic over medium heat, add the minced meat, stir fry quickly, until the color is about 5 mature

Add two tablespoons of green sauce and mix well. Slowly boil with minced meat on medium-low heat to form an oily paste

Drain the pasta, add to the pan, add a little salt and garlic powder, and stir fry with the green sauce over high heat for a few seconds, mix well.

Turn off the heat and bring out the pan. Sprinkle a little basil leaves and cheese powder (I use Kraft's). Ok, let's start ~ I want to lick the light when the plate is delicious!

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