Pasta with peppers and cheese
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Pasta with peppers and cheese

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Summer pasta bowl with sweet peppers, cherry tomoatoes and Philadelphia soft cheese. Low on calories. Delicious both warm and cold. Weightwatchers points : 6

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Ingredients

  • 80 gr uncooked pasta (spiral, penne, ...)
  • 30 gr Philadelphia low fat soft cheese
  • handful of cherry tomatoes
  • 1 sweet pepper
  • 1 shallot
  • basil leaves
  • Mediterranean herbs (eg BBQ herbs)
  • Weightwatchers
  • 6 points per serving

Method

    1. Boil the pasta till cooked
    2. Chop the sweet pepper and shallot and glaze in a hot frying pan. Cut the cherry tomatoes in half and add them to the pan. Add the chopped basil leaves and season with Mediterranean herbs.
    3. When the peppers are soft and glazed stir the Philadelphia soft cheese through the vegetables.
    4. Drain the cooked pasta and stir amongst the sauce in the frying pan. Leave for 1 minute and dish.
    5. A little Parmesan can be used to give extra flavor.

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