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Every parent has a meal in their repetoire that is ideal for the nights when you’re low on motivation, or time. Being a parent of a child with allergies, and teaching my child about allergies, means that it can be harder to knock up meals quickly. I need to ensure the kitchen is clean and safe before cooking begins and I try to involve Daisy wherever I can too. This red pepper pasta sauce recipe is one of my fail safe dinners. Daisy will ALWAYS eat it, I can add some veggies and protein to bulk it out and it is pretty cheap too!
Ingredients for red pepper pasta sauce:
1-2 roasted red peppers (jarred are fine!)
Salt & pepper
Italian herbs (I like to use basil, oregano and some garlic)
A splash of olive oil
Method for red pepper pasta sauce:
This is so simple!
Pop all of your ingredients into a *Nutribullet (or other blender!)
Blitz. Warm through.
Serve! I like to pour this over steaming hot freefrom pasta, mix it around and let the heat from the pasta warm the sauce through if I’m short on time. This is ideal when serving this sauce to little ones as it brings the temperature down quickly and saves time too.
How to make red pepper pasta sauce:
Red pepper pasta sauce
A super simple freefrom pasta sauce
- 300 ml passata
- 1-2 roasted red peppers
- Salt & pepper
- Italian herbs I like to use basil, oregano and some garlic
- A splash of olive oil
Pop all of your ingredients into a Nutribullet (or other blender!)
Blitz. Warm through for 5 minutes..
Products I use when making red pepper pasta sauce:
What goes with roasted red pepper pasta sauce?
I feel this sauce works really well with grilled chicken, Quorn or just a selection of roasted vegetables. A tear and share bread would go really well with this too!
If you enjoyed this red pepper pasta sauce recipe why not try one of my other dairy and gluten free recipes?
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