Adapted from Martha Stewart's One-Pan Pasta
This is uploaded for the Recipe Off Roading Challenge
My changes to the original:
Strait side skillet changed to a 3 quart pot:
Why? I didn't have a large enough skillet
Linguine changed to Cavatappi
Why? I need a short pasta to fit in the pot. This one had the same cook time as Linguinie
Changed basil to rosemary
Because I think rosemary goes well with pork.
Added ground pork .75 lbs
I hoped that the starch from the pasta would blend with the pork fat and leave a rich coating on the pasta.
Results: Bland Soup
This did not work. :(
I think using a pot instead of a skillet was a problem. Without a large surface area the tomatoes and onions were not in contact with the pan. They were bland, boiled and barely cooked.
Adding the pork was good. I'm glad I did because that was the only thing that gave the pasta water some flavor
Everything else was the same as the oringal
In a 3 quart pot,
Brown ground pork with red pepper and rosemary
Add to the same pot pasta, tomatoes, onion, garlic, salt
Add water. Make sure all pasta is submerged in water
Bring to a boil. Stir occasionally to make sure pasta isn't sticking to the bottom.
Boil until pasta is cooked approx. 9 min
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