I can’t remember when I first made this pasta. I think it was over ten years ago, on a day I was craving tomato pasta but didn’t have any jars of pasta sauce at home. I used whatever I had at home and came up with this recipe, and have never looked back. It’s a big hit with children and adults alike, and is my go-to for play dates, or as a side dish when we have guests over. When I’m pressed for time, I know I can make this and my boys will eat it with minimum fuss or mess. The best thing about it is how quick and easy it really is, I make it at least once a week. I have been asked for the recipe a few times (once today, in fact!) so I thought I would share it with you all.
Preparation and Cooking Time: 15-20 minutes Serves: 4
Today I’m very excited to be sharing with you my own recipe. I learnt how to cook through trial and error, and this is my most-cooked dish. I like to cook freestyle, by taste, but have tried to quantify this as best as I could.
Hello my Creative Cherubs,
Years ago, when I first tried chocolate brownies, it was love at first taste. I was on a mission to find the “best ever chocolate brownies”, so that’s what I searched on the internet, and I came across this recipe by Orlando Murrin. They are honestly the best brownies I have tasted, ever! The richness of the dark chocolate, with the delicious, semi-melted chunks of milk and white chocolate. They’re lovely hot or cold, with ice cream, custard, or on their own (with tea).
The recipe is easy enough to follow with detailed steps to ensure you don’t make any mistakes. I have made these brownies many times over the years and they are by far the most requested baked item from my friends and family. They make a wonderful, and personal, gift when visiting loved ones, and go down a treat at bake sales.