Made in just 14 minutes, this broccoli and bacon pasta is really that FAST. And it's got a lot of flavors and is really delicious. The bacon juices cover the spaghetti and broccoli and give it a salty taste. The minced beef is nice and brown. A recipe that you make when you've little time left and want to eat something delicious!
1. Easier - Cook the spaghetti and broccoli in one pot. First, add the spaghetti to the pan of boiling water. Then add the broccoli, so that it boils for another seven minutes. Then drain everything in a colander and return it to the pan. This saves washing dishes ;-)2. Alternatives -Spaghetti - You can replace the spaghetti with other pasta. Try this recipe with fusilli, penne, or macaroni.Ground beef - This recipe is also delicious with half pork half beef mince. Broccoli - You can substitute broccoli with cauliflower florets. Just make sure you don't make the florets too big.3. Also tasty - add one or two tablespoons of pesto to the spaghetti.4. Storage - Let it cool quickly and store in the refrigerator. This way it will last up to two days. When it's time to eat add some oil to a frying pan and stir-fry until warm.This recipe is not suitable for freezing.5. Nutrition - This recipe is for five adults and the calorie count is per person. Olive oil and Parmesan cheese are optional and not included.
Slice the onion very thin.
Cut the broccoli into small pieces.
Put two pans with water on the stove and let the water cook (make sure you've got one big pan, like a soup pan).
Prepare broccoli, spaghetti, and beef
Put a frying pan on medium heat on the stove and bake the bacon for about three minutes.
Add the onion and bake for another three minutes.
Then add the minced beef and bake it until it's done. Put aside.
In the meanwhile cook the broccoli in the smallest pan for about seven minutes until done. Drain and set aside.
And cook the spaghetti conform to the manufacturer's direction in the largest pan. Drain the spaghetti en put it back in the large pan.
Optional: Pour a little olive oil on the spaghetti so it sticks less and the recipe gets even more flavor.
Prepare the broccoli and bacon pasta
Add the broccoli and minced meat/bacon mixture to the spaghetti. Mix well.