Pasta & Noodles
Crispy Prosciutto, Peas & Kale Pesto Rigatoni
Kale pesto that tastes AWESOME! Yep. There's such a thing. Hearty, healthy and super tasty. And if you don't love it I'll never mention kale pesto again. Click for the recipe.
Penne, Tuna, Capers & Lemon
My favourite dishes are the ones that take everyday ingredients and transform them into something bright and light. I’m in love this dish, the gals are huge fans too.
Spaghetti w Meatballs
After years of making this classic for my gals I’ve tweaked it to what has become my own family recipe. I think it’s a little richer and fuller than the classic version. I have a feeling your clan will like it too. Click for recipe.
Squid Ink Pasta, Chili oil, Parm & Lemon
Along with looking devilishly theatrical, this dish is ridiculously simple AND bursting with bold flavours. Squid ink pasta is available in most supermarkets nowadays - but if you can’t find it any other pasta will do the trick. Click for recipe.
The World’s Richest Tomato Sauce
Sure the basic marinara sauce works ok, but this is next level. I even use it as ketchup with my kids! Click for recipe.
Shrimp, Wine & Caper “Lazy Lasagna"
This eyes-rolling-back-in-your-head luxuriously sexy pasta breaks ALL the rules. If you’re after gluten/dairy free, paleo or vegan best leave now. This drool-fest is pure comfort fare. Click for recipe.
Mushroom, Thyme & Walnut Pasta
One of those dishes that just works. Thyme and garlic infused cream with warmed walnuts - this one feels like a big hug on a cool winters night. Click for recipe.
This “richer than a Saudi Prince” pasta has a curious cooking technique. Were going to roast the sauce before we add pasta. This little twist brings out BIG flavour. Click for recipe.
Shrimp w Noodles in Spicy Nori Broth
When it comes to bright, bold flavours Southeast Asia is my go to… and it doesn’t have to be complicated or time consuming. Click here recipe.
Spaghetti w Gremolata
Gremolata’s just a fancy word for parsley and other things zapped in a food processor. I love it because it’s SO versatile; great on roasted veg & ALL grilled meats. Click for recipe.