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pasta de eloise

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Serves 2

my recipe is all i like because i love pasta the other ingredants add its a lovely dish for two

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  • 25g plain flour
  • 25g margarine
  • 250ml milk
  • 50g chease (grated)
  • 70g-100g sliced ham
  • seasoning
  • 1tbs bread crumbs
  • 50g brocoil
  • 50g coliflower
  • 120g pasta


    1. preheat oven to 200 degrees
    2. collect all equiptment and ingreadents
    3. boil a pan of water when boiled add vegetabels
    4. boil another pan of water and add the pasta cook for 12 mins
    5. while the pasta cooks place the margarine in to a pan on a high heat untill it melts
    6. when melted add a small amount of milk and use a hand whisk keep whisking and slowly add all of the milk whisking inbertween adding milk
    7. bring it slowly to the boil then add the bazil take off the heat and add the vegetabels to the white saure
    8. add 70g-100g of ham to the sauce
    9. mix it all together in the pan of saure and place on a plate sprincle bread crumbs over the pasta dish
    10. then place in the oven for 5min or until crisp

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