This is a pasta dish with a twist. It’s tasty and colourful, quick and easy. You can still have pasta even if you don’t have pasta sauce available.


Ingredients (serves 4)

  • 1 Packet of 600g Agnolotti (spinach and cheese, or any veggie combination on offer in supermarket or good food store)
  • 1 Capsicum diced
  • 1/4 head of Cabbage diced
  • A handful of Snowpeas or sugarpeas diced
  • 6 pieces of Semi-Sundried tomato cut in strips
  • 1/2 packet of Haloumi cheese (about 45g) diced
  • 1 tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • 1 tbsp Kecap Manis (sweet soy sauce)
  • 2 tsp Sesame oil

Method

  1. Cook Agnolotti as instructed on packet. In the meantime, add olive oil to a wok with medium-high heat, and add cabbage first, stir fry for 2 minutes till it softens. Add Haloumi cheese and continue to stir and let the cheese turn light brown.
  2. Mix in the rest of the veggies and stir for another minute to combine. Add sweet soy sauce to coat the cheese and veggie.
  3. Drain the pasta, then toss in with cheese and veggies briefly and mix well. Serve and then drizzle with sesame oil. Serve immediately.

Notes... You can substitute pasta with Hokkien noodles, or rice noodles as a gluten-free option. Choose any veggies that can be stir fried as quick as the time to cook pasta. Your dish can be delivered to the table within minutes - really.

  • Yum yum I will be trying this fresh veggies in a plate what a delicious recipe thanks

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  • I always thought there would/should be something better to make with agnolotti other than the standard pasta sauces. You could use ravioli or even tortellini too. Thanks for sharing :)

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  • I’ve always thought there would be something better to do with agnolotti ! I’m not a huge fan of regular pasta sauces and you could do the same with raviolli and even tortellinii – Thanks for sharing :)

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  • How interesting!

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  • Love the idea of this being super quick, healthy and different

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  • What a great idea! I love the sound of this plus great flavour combination.

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  • Oh this sounds amazing, I must give this a try.

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  • this is fantastic! i love how you have just made a full meal here! you made it simple and healthy! i think that knowing a recipe such as this one, is so helpful! you will save a lot of money and this recipe is so easy that it should be a regular go-to


    • I’m so glad you like it. Hope you enjoy it as a main or a side dish with your family.
      Hint: you can make a big batch to bring to a party, I’ve done so in the past and it was a hit.

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  • great fusion dish – thanks for sharing

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  • This looks so delicious – thank you for sharing.

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  • Any recipe with snow peas works for me, just love, love, love them. Thank you!


    • We all enjoyed this recipe and a good excuse for me to eat lots of snow peas!

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  • This is great; thanks so much for sharing!.

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  • this is a fresh take on the same old thing. thanks so much for this recipe! i think that this is ideal for all this hot weather as i don’t feel like eating when it is hot and i sure don’t feel like cooking but this is easy that i won’t be in the kitchen very long!


    • Yes I fell the same too.
      This dish can be eaten cold as well, so if you make a large batch, it’s a good idea to put some in the fridge for another meal on a hot day.

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  • A tasty recipe that is easy to make after work,thanks!

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