All that talk of bowtie pasta made me think of penguins…
Open Source Pasta!
Ovenbaked Farfalle pasta with veggie sauce and a cheesy Tux on top. The cheese wasn’t really ideal for it so it broke in places but oh well. Next time I’ll make one with Nori and cheese on rice!
Also in the Bento:
* Shredded carrot with some balsamico and olive oil, decorated with leek, grape tomato flowers and a leaf of thai basil
* more of that peanut crisp sweet (can anybody tell me what they are called?)
* Daim with dark chocolate
* Drink yoghurt
And just so it’s really open source, the recipe for the pasta:
I chopped garlic, chili, half a white onion, champignon mushrooms and half a zucchini really small and sauteed them in olive oil with salt, pepper and herbes de provence. Added a pack of tomato sauce and a bit of sugar and let it cook for a while.
Meanwhile, I half-cooked the Farfalle pasta (so that it was still a bit hard, mainly so the oven phase would be quicker), strained and tossed it in butter and put it into an oven form. Then I tossed in Parmesan as well, added the tomato/veggie sauce and covered the whole thing with more parmesan and some other grated cheese I had left over. Baked in the oven at 250°C for five more minutes and done!
(yeah I know it’s nothing special, just felt the need to be open source!)