One Pot Tomato Basil Pasta

The idea of One Pot Pasta caused a huge stir all over when Martha Stewart first published that recipe back in 2013. It rethinks the traditional way of cooking pasta, and makes it an easy must have for any home cook… so that’s why we decided to attempt this too.
Easily done in 20 minutes, we decided to put a healthy twist to this recipe by using San Remo’s 100% Organic Brown Rice Penne Pasta, totally gluten free to boot ,and the result was awesome. It’s as simple as putting the ingredients together, put it on heat, and stir, in no time, you’ll have a one pot pasta ready for the family to enjoy!
San Remo’s Brown Rice Pasta is available in 3 shapes at Redmart, or Cold Storage and FairPrice Finest. So go grab it off the shelves if you’re looking for a tasty yet healthy pasta option.
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Ingredients

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250g San Remo brown rice penne
200g cherry tomatoes (halved)
120g swiss brown mushrooms
200g chicken sausages (sliced)
½large onion (thinly sliced)
2cloves garlic (sliced)
tsp red pepper flakes
15g basil leaves
400ml water
400ml chicken stock
2tbsp olive oil
½tsp salt (to taste)
2tbsp San Remo sundried tomato & garlic concentrate
Freshly grated parmesan (to taste)
Extra cherry tomatoes & basil leaves for garnish

Directions

1.

Combine 250g San Remo 100% Brown Rice Penne, 200g cherry tomatoes, 120g Swiss Brown mushroom, 15g basil leaves, 200g chicken sausage, ½ onion, 2 cloves garlic, 1½ tsp red pepper flakes, 2 tbsp San Remo sundried tomato & garlic concentrate, 400ml chicken stock, 400ml water, and 2 tbsp olive oil in a pot.
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Bring it to a boil over high heat.
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3.

When the mixture is boiling, stir it frequently until water is nearly evaporated and penne is al-dente. This takes about 8 to 9 minutes.
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4.

Season with salt to taste.
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5.

Add freshly grated parmesan.
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6.

Serve with more fresh cherry tomatoes and basil leaves.
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