Chow

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I’m excited to launch this new series of recipes called ‘Easy Weeknight Meals’. This is a collection of my midweek throw in the pan concoctions that have worked well and I decided to share them with you to inspire you to get over that midweek hump and get cooking!

I’m making something my grandma simply called Chow. It’s a really quick recipe if you can even call it that – basically you toss together some meat protein together with veggies & boiled eggs with Sphagetti and ketchup. It certainly started out and being something that was made for the kids to enjoy, but adults can’t help chowing down on it either.

I surveyed the pantry and have a ½ pepper, some mushrooms, some super greens spaghetti, celery, hot sauce, some frozen peas, ketchup, some turkey sausage, some precooked chicken breast, an onion, green onions, garlic, an egg,

To save time, it is a busy weeknight I’m going to boil my eggs and the pasta together. I’m going to give my eggs a 5 min head start and then I will also add the sphagetti. Cook the pasta till it’s all dente. I’ve add 150 of pasta and I’m going to wait till it softens and slides into my pot.

I like recipes that allow you time to do prep in between so while my egg, spaghetti and peas cook, I like to prep all my veggies and meat protein. In the recipe I’ve listed all the ingredients I had available but you can switch up these ingredients very easily.

All the protein & veggies are then cooked and tossed together with the cooked spaghetti and ketchup – such a simple and delicious meal!

Chow

Ingredients

  • 1 egg
  • 150 gms Spaghetti
  • 6 Spring Onions
  • 3 cloves garlic minced
  • ½ cup each diced celery and green pepper
  • 1 cup sliced Mushrooms
  • 2 Turkey sausages
  • ½ cup cooked Chicken breast
  • 4-6 tbsps Ketchup
  • Splash of hot sauce

Instructions

  1. Heat a pot of boiling water, insert an egg an allow it to cook for 5 mins before adding 150 gms of Spaghetti, add salt and allow to cook till almost al dente
  2. Add a cup of frozen peas, cook and drain
  3. Insert the egg in cold water and peel
  4. Dice all veggies, meat proteins and egg
  5. In a saute pan heat some oil and saute the spring onion bulbs, garlic and add the Chicken and Turkey
  6. Add all the Mushrooms, followed by the other veggies
  7. Add the spaghetti and the ketchup and toss
  8. Add the optional hot sauce and fresh spring onion leaves
  9. Note: Use a regular Onion as a substitute for Spring Onions
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