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Rosemary Burst Tomato Spaghetti

15 Minutes



This Rosemary Burst Tomato Spaghetti is an absolutely great weeknight dinner all year round. Not only when you don’t feel like standing at the stove for long because of the hot summer weather, but also in the winter, because with a good portion of parmesan cheese it’s exactly the cozy meal you need on those days.



Adjust Servings
300 grams cherry tomatoes
2 tabelspoons olive oil
2 garlic cloves *finely sliced
50 ml white wine
1 teaspoon chilli flakes
Handful of chopped basil
35 grams parmesan
salt & pepper to taste
A sping of rosemary
400 grams spaghetti * or any pasta of choice
To Finish
Parmesan cheese
Fresh basil leaves
Nutritional Information
473 Calories
10 g Fat
16 g Protein
75 g Carbs
5 g Sugars


Boil pasta and start the sauce
Start by boiling the pasta in a pot of salted water until al dente. Then heat the olive oil in a deep frying pan, add the chilli flakes, salt, pepper and a sprig of rosemary to bloom the spices and stir for about 1 minute. Add cherry tomatoes and thinly sliced garlic and and take out the rosemary. Stir until tomatoes are lightly burnt and release their juices to create your sauce. Note: If you want, you can help the tomatoes a little by squeezing them with a spoon so that they burst and release their juices.
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Finish the sauce
After the tomatoes have burst and released their juices (I personally like to leave a few tomatoes unbroken to create texture in the sauce), add the chopped basil and white wine. Stir occasionally for around 10 minutes to release all the alcohol from the wine. If the sauce is not creamy enough for you, you can add a few tablespoons of pasta water. Mix well. Toss in your al dente pasta and finish off with your grated parmesan. Stir until the pasta is perfectly coated with sauce. Serve and top with parmesan and basil leaves!
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Parmesan cheese - You can easily make this recipe vegan by removing the cheese!
Cherry tomatoes - These are typically seasonal for the summer but nowadays you can get good tomatoes all year round.
Pasta - I am using spaghetti but you can use any kind of pasta you like!

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