Pasta With Sardines And Boiled Egg Sauce By Lizzy Obaze

A serving of pasta with healthy egg sauce
 I  made this meal for dinner yesterday in a hurry as we got back from work a little late. After dinner hubby asked to pack some for his packed lunch for today.

The

sauce also goes well with rice, spaghetti, noodles, bread, yam, dodo and boiled green plantain.

Enjoy the rest of your week.

Lizzy

Boiled pasta
Ingredients are: onion, pepper, chopped tomatoes, chopped green, yellow and red sweet peppers (like tatashe), olive oil, tin sardines and boiled eggs.

Sorry there's no proper directions on the email I sent coz I thought the pictures explains each step.

Basically all the chopped peppers and onion fried in olive oil, seasoning added, sardines and eggs added. About 10-15mins tops from when it hits the pan to when you take it off.
I hope this helps.
Boiling eggs for pasta sauce
Ingredients for egg sauce
Making egg sauce or pasta
Adding sardines to egg sauce
Adding boiled eggs to vegetable sauce 
A plate of pasta with tasty egg sauce
Enjoy!

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Comments

  1. MissSawyerr6/14/2013

    I likey. Any kind of Pasta is my thing.. Especially spagetti bolognise.looks yummy... Wish say people that post their recipe etc.. Fit dhl some make person taste becos, they always look invitin. Nice one

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  2. Anonymous6/14/2013

    Looks great. HoweveR you didn't give a detailed procedue of how you made the sauce. What veges did you use before adding the sardine. Thanks!!!

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    1. I'm confused as well...
      Pls, give us d procedure. Thanks.

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    2. Procedure and veggies are just before the pixs.

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  3. sister6/14/2013

    Woooooooow this is soooooooo yummy I like.welldone lizy

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  4. looks delish!but its apparent u used frozen veggies .pls what are the vegetables used ?thanks

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    1. Plz check above for the veggies used.

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  5. Pls what did you use to thicken it?

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    1. I didn't use anything to thicken it. Its thick because water wasn't added.

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  6. Owunmi6/15/2013


    Well done Eya!!! I love the white plate - and the food of course!!!

    Dont you think the picture came out better.?

    Now for picture taking sake, plate smaller portions.

    Think of the food as a picture and the plate as a frame that holds the picture, while the picture is important, its beauty is more pronounced when the frame is noticed.

    By plating smaller portions, the frame(plate) is not overwhelmed which makes for a more visually appealing picture.

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    1. Great tips. Thanks Owunmi. Don't worry I'm a fast learner.
      The post? NOT ME O. Check the title again.

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    2. Hv learnt a new tip on picture presentation thanks, weldon lizzy looks yummy!

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  7. Anonymous7/10/2013

    Great recipee. Pls confirm if you added some tomato paste as I see some in the pics.

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  8. what spices did you use please? asin curry maggie???

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