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Black Pasta Monsters

Posted on: 31st Oct 2011

[Adapted from recipes by Dabbled & Filth Wizardry]

Halloween kids recipe

INGREDIENTS

  • black spaghetti pasta
  • couple of Frankfurter sausages (I used chicken ones)
  • cheese for eyes
  • ketchup for eyes
  • pot of boiling water

black spaghetti pasta

EQUIPMENT

  • large pot
  • small round cutter for eyes

Halloween monster recipe

Halloween children party recipe

Halloween recipe for kids

METHOD

  1. Prepare large pot of boiling water.
  2. Cut each sausage into 6-7 pieces and prick them with dry spaghetti. I used 4 spaghetti sticks for each pieces of sausage creating 8 legs.
  3. Place your monsters in the pot and cook until pasta is ready.
  4. Serve with cheese & ketchup eyes, optionally making pupils out of little pieces of cooked pasta.

With thanks to my friend Monika for this “beautiful” black pasta! :)

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Margot DOLEWSKA DYER is Brighton based blogger dedicated to crafts, recipes, reviews, food styling and photography. She is also behind 416 Studios specializing in web design, SEO & photo retouching. You can connect with her via Google+.

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Comments

  1. That is utterly fantastic! I love it!!! I’ve never seen black pasta before but you made great monsters with it :D

  2. So fun this black pasta…perfect for the Halloween…very creative.
    Hope you are having a great week Margot and thanks for this fun recipe :-)

  3. Ce regarde fantastique!

  4. Ha ha ha ha! Brilliant!

  5. Thanxxx ;)

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