Monday, 27 January 2014

Delicious Fettuzini



Ingredients:
10 Tomatoes
3 Habanero peppers
1 Onion bulb
3 Large carrots
1 Large green pepper
Chicken thighs (optional…cooked and fried)
1 lb ground beef
2 Tablespoon Curry powder
1 Tablespoon Garlic powder
2 Bouillon cubes (Knorr cubes)
Salt to taste
2 packets of preferred pasta (I used fettucini)


Directions:
Blend the tomatoes, pepper and onions and put in a pot

Boil the tomatoes till it dries up and then set aside.

Add the ground beef to a lightly oiled skillet and season with salt, curry, maggi and garlic. Fry till it's well done.

Add some vegetable oil to the dried tomatoes, season with spices and fry a little then add the ground beef and chopped carrots. Mix well.

Boil the pasta till it's al dente and then strain.

Add the pasta to the tomato/beef mix well.


If you have some meat stock add to the mix but if you don't have any meat stock, just add water.


Cook the pasta till it's well done and then add the green peppers and mix well.

ENJOY YOUR MEAL!!!


43 comments:

  1. Chinaz hw ar u?

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    1. I'm fine thank…how are u doing too Anon.?

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    2. Chichi luv, missed you badtly. Glad you r feeling fine. Happy new year!

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    3. Thnks dear…I really am glad to be back!!!

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  2. Hello chichi. Long time and happy new year. Can I use rice for this instead of pasta? You rock

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    1. Hello there…you can definitely use rice but i actually prefer using pasta for this kind of sauce.

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  3. WaOooo I luv dis tanx chichi

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  4. Chi chi, welcome back! we missed your delicacies.

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    1. Hehe…tnx dear!! Even I missed my own cooking :)

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  5. Chi I haven't come across this type of pasta, where can I get.

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    1. You can find it in any of the big superstores…like shoprite, spar etc.

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  6. Nyc cook Chichi

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  7. nice meal u have got dier.. I hope i can do same with any spagetti atall

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    1. Yes dear, you can definitely use spaghetti…tanks!

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  8. Thanx Chichi...I'll tried it

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    1. You're welcome dear…let me know how it goes!

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  9. Welcome back chichi.

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  10. Why aren't u responding? Hope everything is okay with u.

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    1. Yes dear, everything is okay. Hadn't had time to reply all my emails but i'm at it now!

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  11. Wow,I tried delicous fettuzini today for lunch.It was easy to prepare and very delicious.its almost the same thing with spaghetti bologne but tastes better.You rock chichi.Giv us more recipes

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  12. Wellcome bck chichi, missed ur cookings,

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    1. Tnks Radiants…I'm glad to be back!

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  13. Chai! Che Che of life, where have you been? Anyway it's good 2 have you back.

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    1. Thnks dear…been in school but i'm back now. Will be posting things here once in a while.

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  14. This is nice. Glad to have u back and A very happy new year to you.

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    1. Happy New Year to u too Racheal. I'm also glad to be back!

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  15. Tried it and I really enjoyed it. Thanks for this

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    1. You're welcome dear! I'm glad u loved it!

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  16. I tried it dis evening and it was sooo nice! My hubby liked and my toddler who is picky wen it comes to food actually cleared his dinner tonite. Thanks Chi

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    1. Hahahaha…I'm sooooo glad the family liked it. Thanks a lot for trying it out…and you're most welcome!

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  17. This type of pasta is known as Linguine. Nice..

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    1. Actually, it is Fettucini and not linguine. Thanks.

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  18. Pls what is couillon cube?

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    1. Bouillon cube is the same as knorr/maggi cubes.

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  19. Can I use corn beef 2replace ground beef?bcus me I dnt knw wat u meant by ground beef...a reply will do...tnx.

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  20. I av a pix of ma spagg,bt dnt knw how 2send d pix 2ur blog and u dnt accept my pin request on bbm...

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    1. I think I have accepted all the requests...you can also send the pic to chichiscuisine@gmail.com

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  21. Hey ChiChi, can I substitute the meat in your recipes with fish? Will it turn out as nice?

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  22. please can you tell me how the ground beef was gotten. i really appreciate your blog , my meals have really improved

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