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Recipe by Rena Tuchinsky

One-Pot Pargiyot Pasta

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Meat Meat
Easy Easy
4-6 Servings
Allergens

Contains

- Wheat - Gluten
50 Minutes
Diets

My new favorite one-pot pasta that will soon be yours as well! This meal is ready in under 30 minutes and it’s a full and filling supper you and your family are sure to enjoy!

Ingredients

One-Pot Pargiyot Pasta

Directions

1.

Add the olive oil and garlic into a pot on medium heat. Add in the cubed pargiyot, salt and pepper and cook on both sides for about five minutes till the outside is mostly cooked.

2.

Next add in all the cherry tomatoes, and most, but not all, of the basil and olives. Leave some of both on the side for later. Cook another five minutes.

3.

Add in the penne pasta and mix. Pour in the water.

4.

Cover the pot and bring to a boil. Once boiling, lower the flame and simmer for about 15 minutes or until the pasta is soft to your liking. Time may vary. Then remove from the heat. Mix, then cover again and allow to sit a bit to absorb the leftover water at the bottom of the pot.

5.

Once absorbed, add in the reserved chopped basil and olives and enjoy!

One-Pot Pargiyot Pasta

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Laeya Grossman
Laeya Grossman
6 months ago

Can I make this in advance and re-heat?

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Avigael Levi
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Reply to  Laeya Grossman
6 months ago

Yes! I’d suggest under-cooking the pasta initially, so when it’s reheated it doesn’t become soggy

Mirelle Friedman
Mirelle Friedman
8 months ago

just made this for supper and it was delicious.
thank you so much !!!!

Avigael Levi
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Reply to  Mirelle Friedman
8 months ago

We’re so happy you enjoyed it! Thank you for sharing!

Tova Stern
Tova Stern
10 months ago

can i use a bit of tomato sauce instead of the tomatoes??

Raquel
Raquel
Reply to  Tova Stern
10 months ago

yes

Rochel
Rochel
1 year ago
aliza licht
aliza licht
1 year ago
rochelre9419 einhorn
rochelre9419 einhorn
1 year ago

can I use frozen basil cubes

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Rena
Rena
Reply to  rochelre9419 einhorn
1 year ago

Yes! Works fine

Nechama
Nechama
1 year ago

I don’t like tomatoes and olives, is it possible to make it without it?

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Rena
Rena
Reply to  Nechama
1 year ago

Yes
i will say though, my son doesn’t like tomatoes and I put just a small handful in for flavor and he took his portion without tomatoes and still liked the pasta.
If you don’t use olives I’d add a bit more salt at the end.

malky
malky
1 year ago

Hi,
This looks delicious

pargiyot are too expensive for me is there another type of chicken I can use instead?

Rena
Rena
Reply to  malky
1 year ago

I agree!! In Israel pargiyot are pricey and actually I took bone in thighs and deboned them myself and then used the bones for my chicken soup. But still you can use chicken breast here but I’d first marinate the chicken in the oil and garlic a bit (add a bit of lemon too to tenderize it) and also keep the chicken a bit thicker just to be sure it doesn’t dry out. Let me know how it goes!

Melissa Mech
Melissa Mech
1 year ago

this is a great dinner after a long run: carbs, lean protein and good fat (olive oil)! My husband loved it and it hit the spot.

Rena
Rena
Reply to  Melissa Mech
1 year ago

Thanks for letting me know! So glad!

piata salamon
1 year ago

i just made this 4 my family and it was a real hit!!!
LIT!
pot was licked clean!! +no mess:)
added a squeeze of lemon to give mor flavor…..
THANK YOU RENA!
(check out this profile pic….)

Rena
Rena
Reply to  piata salamon
1 year ago

I’m so happy to hear!!