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Tagliatelle and sauce

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Serves 2

This mouth watering dish will make you want more

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  • 2 tsp of olive oil
  • 1 small onoin
  • 1 clove of garlic
  • 250grams of chiken breast
  • 1/2 mixed herbs
  • 2 balsamic vinegar
  • 100grams tomatoes puree
  • 500 grams of chopped tomotoes
  • 80 grams of Tagliatelle


    1. wear apron then wash hands take ingridents and equiments out.
    2. start chpping onoins put oven on to gas mark 4 then put olive oil then add onoin in when your fished
    3. then put the onion in and then crush the garlic and then when your fished add the garlic and add chiken breast
    4. then add mixed herbs and tomotoes puree and balsamic vinegar
    5. then you add the tometoes chopped and mixed and when u fished mixign then wash up what you think you wont need anymore
    6. when your finshed the add water and boile it till it boiled and then add the pasta and the pasta willtake 10 min
    7. when you have fiashed if tyhe sace it done then put it in the pan stand and then when 10 min is goen put the pasta to drain
    8. when it drain then put in in the container and then put the sauce

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