Mum shares 'life-changing' pasta recipe that takes 15 minutes and costs £5

A mum has shared her 15-minute pasta recipe that requires just a few budget buys from the supermarket.

The Australian woman, called Erin, said the dish is a regular meal at her house and costs her just $10 (£5.53) to make.

Erin describes the meal as a ‘favourite staple’ for her and her husband and said it can be whipped up quickly to serve a family of four.

After she shared it in an Australian Facebook group, followers were impressed with the quick and delicious-looking food.

Users also shared their own tips for making a yummy and convenient pasta dish.

All you’ll need to create Erin’s version is some spaghetti, Parmesan cheese, green olives, onion, chorizo, butter, and garlic.

Then there are five simple steps you’ll need to take and voila, that’s dinner sorted.

Ingredients:

  • Sphaghetti
  • Chorizo x 2
  • 1/2 a tub of split green olives
  • Finely grated garlic
  • One large onion, grated
  • Flat leaf parsley
  • Parmesan
  • Butter

Method:

  • Boil your pasta
  • Slice up the chorizo and fry it in a pan
  • Add onion and garlic to the pan. Wait until the ingredients start to brown
  • Add a little bit of butter (can add however much you like)
  • Season with ingredients of choice and serve with parmesan

Sharing an image of the seven ingredients needed, Erin wrote: ‘This staple dish takes less than 15 minutes to make and it’s not too heavy.

‘It’s a little bit spicy – the chorizo and olives. Other brands of chorizo aren’t spicy so you could try those and a plain olive if you’re not a fan of chili.’

Others were big fans of Erin’s dish, saying: ‘This looks incredible and so easy – thank you for sharing’.

Another wrote: ‘I make this all the time but vegetarian style, pine nuts, cashews, red capsicum cherry tomatoes, and onion’.

You could probably make the dish during your lunch break, with items lying around the kitchen.

Bon appetit.

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