Pasta Reggia

I don't normally work on Sundays but today I had to go work at 10am-2pm as the boss had to attend a meeting. So before I went to work, I prepared brunch for the three of us. 

ingredients ready

boiled the pasta

scrambled eggs with onions and carrots

Prego Mushroom sauce with minced meat, garlic and tomatoes

olive oil, black pepper and mixed herbs too

my plate of pasta
My first time cooking Pasta Reggia.
I usually cooked Spaghetti or Angel Hair


At about 4.30pm, I visited the Jalan Silibin Ramadan bazaar again. This time I bought three items.
kuih batik RM4.50

kuih limas RM1.50

kuih manis RM1.00




Comments

  1. Yummy.

    But technically, you've always cooked pasta Wenn as spaghetti is a form of pasta. :P

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  2. Pasta is the most simple dish can prepare in a very short time right?

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    1. I always called this the spiral pasta.

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    2. yes, it's very easy to be prepared.

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  3. I spotted your Prego sauce... Cos I always use this sauce too.

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    1. I like this sauce but it's sourish too.

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    2. I always buy the one with mushroom one.

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    3. So far we never complaint that. We prefer this brand than the rest. Or else if I see many nice ripe tomatoes... I'll prepare my own sauce.

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    4. Eh, you also use Mushroom PREGO werd...

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    5. yes, sometimes I use the traditional ones without mushrooms.

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  4. Besides Prego, I also add in more tomatoes,onions and minced meat just like you did.

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  5. And I spotted a bottle of Olive oil too. You got follow SK's petua or not? Hehehe...

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    1. I don't consume it but I sometimes gargle it.

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  6. Your Pasta Reggia is so easy to make and looks delicious! I will try it soon! These days your cooking and pineapple tips are very good!

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    1. We use same brand of Olive Oil. Somehow I wanted to support the local Lam Soon Oil, so I bought that for value for money.

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    2. I like simple cooking than complicated ones. This olive oil is the better one.

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  7. I like to eat pasta and I can eat them without the usual sauce, just drizzle with olive oil and italian herbs and I can finish the whole plate. I am sure your children love to eat the pasta and sauce you cooked.

    I read your answer to Angeline in the comment section. What do you mean by you gargle the olive oil? You mean gargle it and then spit it out? Wouldn't it be a waste of the olive oil?

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    1. Just gargle some olive oil in the morning to kill bacteria in the mouth. Yes, just spit it out.

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  8. I would love to learn to cook pasta. :D But then, it looked quite complicated to me.

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    1. It's not complicated at all. Just try it.

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  9. Looks so yummy. I like fast and easy cooking...haha..

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  10. I hardly eat pasta as not really a fan of pasta, hehe...

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  11. Wonder how the kuih batik taste, never try that before...

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    1. the kuih batik is soft and sweet. I thought it's crispy.

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  12. that pasta seem so perfect it reminds me
    of that pasta my aunt used to cook for me
    and i would like to have that on my birthday haha

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  13. for me red sauce pasta was just the best,
    i mean i believe that when a food
    has more color on it, the taste was stronger
    and better

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  14. as the next items, is kuih batik
    a type of cake? coz' it seems
    like slices of cakes

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  15. the kuih limas seems chewy, i bet it was quite sweet too while
    kuih manis seems yummy too and it seems like
    our very own puto

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  16. have a great day and happy blogging wenn
    take the best of care and god bless you

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    1. it's great to have pasta for birthday.

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  17. Pasta/spaghetti is easy to cook, yet so yummy right? I had homemade spaghetti too last week!

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    1. Kuih batik looks special to me.

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    2. it's indeed very easy to cook.

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  18. wow, scrumptious brunch with your tasty pasta reggia, or rather specifically fusilli reggia this time.. and sweet tea-time with those kuih bought from the bazaar ramadhan.. nice Sunday with great food huh?? :)

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    1. i actually would like to try that kuih batik, it looks nice.. biscuits pieces in thick chocolate fudge is it??

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    2. It's not as expected. It's very sweet and not crispy.

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  19. i never like pasta. But that scramble eggs added into the pasta seems nice.

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    1. indeed it tastes better with eggs.

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  20. Ohhhh... I love pastas...would love to try out your recipe soon. i never thought of adding scrambled eggs into my pasta. This is new to me.

    http://cleffairy.com

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    1. I did that because my kids love scrambled eggs.

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  21. Hahaha, I just had Spaghetti for lunch!!! =]

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