Fried Onion Pasta with Cabbage Recipe

Nothing beats comfort food like Pasta, you can have it with anything from Beef, Chicken, and even fish. So I wanted something that would require little ingredients and did not take too long to prepare. So I simply looked around my kitchen to see what was there and found that I had some left over cabbage from dinner last night. The only thing I would have to cook was the Pasta which is easy anyway. So here in my supper that I enjoyed. Simple and not time consuming at all.

1 Packet Pasta (Of your choice)
1 head Cabbage
2/3 Tomatoes chopped
1 Onions chopped
Dried Chili Flakes Optional
Salad dressing optional
Salt and Pepper to taste
Oil for frying

_Let water boil in a pan and add salt
_Once water has boiled add the Pasta and let it cook until well done. Don’t overcook because it will become soggy and loose the flavor. To check how long to cook, just check the package for instructions. Set aside once it is done.
_For the cabbage if using a fresh head, chop into pieces. Fry onions in a pan until almost browned. Add tomatoes and cook until tomatoes turn into paste. Add salt and pepper to taste. Add the cabbage and toss a few minutes. You want it cooked but still crunchy. Remove from heat.
_In a different pan fry inions until browned, add Salt and Pepper. Pour the drained Pasta and toss two minutes just so that the onions incorporate and mix the flavor with the Pasta. Sprinkle dried Chili Flakes if you like.
_Serve on a plate with cut Bananas on the side. Sprinkle salad dressing on the Pasta before digging in. yummy!

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