Although the packages suggest just having it with cheese and olive oil I decided that I was going to need a tomato sauce; this is what I did:
- 1 onion, chopped
- 2 tins of chopped tomatoes
- A slug of Worcestershire sauce
- Half a glass of red wine
- Salt and pepper
- A sprinkling of herbs de provence
Chop and fry the onion over a low heat until it is soft; it's nice to add some of the herbs de provence at this stage. Add in the chopped tomatoes and then, if you have one, blitz with one of those hand-held whisks. Add the Worcestershire sauce, wine, salt, pepper and some more herbs de provence. Let it simmer for a few minutes then take off the heat and put to one side whilst you deal with the pasta. I find that if you let food stand for a bit it can really bring out the flavour...
Since we were all trying the pasta as a family we put it all in a bowl and picked at it then added the sauce. Interestingly we couldn't decide on a favourite; I was more of a mushroom man, as was my Dad, but Muv and Hamish were advocating the chicken and rosemary. Top stuff. Will quite easily do two people so it's a fairly cheap and cheerful little meal if you fancy it.