We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. Click continue if you're happy to receive all cookies on coffeeandvanilla.com website.

Continue

Warm Pasta Salad with Sundried Tomatoes, Chestnut Mushrooms, Thyme and Brie Cheese

Posted on: 2nd Jul 2010

INGREDIENTS

500g pene pasta
salty water to cook pasta
200g chestnut mushrooms (quartered)
400g flat green beans (chopped)
5 spring onions (chopped)
½ small bunch of thyme (hard stems discarded)
200g brie cheese (sliced)
300g jar of sundried tomatoes (drained, chopped)
sea salt to taste
rainbow peppercorns

METHOD

In a large pot cook pasta in salty water, drain and return to the pot.
In meantime using oil from sundried tomatoes fry separate mushrooms with thyme (until browned and fragrant), beans (until browned) and onions (until witted). Add them to the post with pasta, stir in also sundriend tomatoes and some more oil if needed, season to taste with salt and freshly ground pepper. Share to the plates, top with sliced brie and serve immediately.

Serve 4 people.

© ALL TEXT & IMAGES FROM THIS SITE ARE SUBJECT OF COPYRIGHTS. PLEASE, CONTACT ME TO DISCUSS TERMS & PRICING BEFORE REPOSTING ANY MATERIAL. UNAUTHORIZED USE OR REMOVAL OF OWNERSHIP INFORMATION FROM THE IMAGES IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED.


Margot DOLEWSKA DYER ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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 & photo retouching. You can connect with her via Google+.

Many of Coffee & Vanilla's photos are now available to purchase through 416 Studios' RedBubble store. Please, come inside to take a look...

Coffee & Vanilla's prints for sale

Comments

  1. Hi Margot, this looks fabuous. Mind if I rename this dish, “Perfection Pasta”?
    Thanks for sharing the recipe.

  2. looks great!Thanks for sharing

  3. [...] Margot and her warm pasta salad with sun-dried tomatoes, chestnut mushrooms and Brie [...]

Leave a Reply

This site support Gravatars (globally recognized avatar images visible next to your comments).