Pasta with Red Pepper Romesco Sauce 🌸 Easy, Fast and Delicious Meals

Pasta with Red Pepper Romesco Sauce 🌸 Easy, Fast and Delicious Meals

Pasta with Red Pepper Romesco Sauce

Today's recipe post is sponsored by Haven's Kitchen

This easy to make dish requires little prep and can be enjoyed in about 15 min. . The Spanish Red Pepper Romesco sauce delivers just enough punch to make you ask for seconds. I grow peppers in my garden and always have some on hand, so this sauce was just the right sauce to try in a new dish. Paired with fresh garlic, fresh cut parsley and a handful of pine nuts it's now a favorite dish in our home.

For the Ingredients ( serves 2) you will need the following:

Haven's Red Pepper Romesco Sauce

  • 1 Pouch of Haven's Kitchen Red Pepper Romesco Sauce (available at Whole Foods, Ralphs & Target, Bristol Farms, etc.)
  • 1 large bell pepper or 3-4 small ones
  • 1/2 red onion finely chopped
  • 1 garlic clove sliced or chopped
  • 1/2 cup pine nuts
  • 1/2 Lb ground beef for meatballs (optional)
  • Olive oil
  • Fresh Parmesan Cheese for garnish
  • any pasta you like
  • fresh parsley
  • salt and pepper to taste

    meatballs in pan Directions
    1. Put a pot of water on the stove and bring to a boil for the pasta
    2. Add chopped onion, minced garlic, salt and pepper to ground beef and form into small meatballs
    3. Add some olive oil to pan and brown meatballs on all sides
    4. Add pasta with a pinch of salt to boiling water and cook until al dente
    5. Add bell peppers and pine nuts and the entire content of the Haven's Kitchen Spanish red pepper sauce and stir. ( Add a bit of water if the sauce seems too thick)
    6. Cook until red peppers are soft on medium heat 
    7. Plate and Enjoy!
    pasta with meatballs plated

      A bit of info about today's Sponsor Haven's Kitchen

      Haven's Kitchen Sauces

      The company makes 6 different sauces that are ready to serve and come in very different flavors that range from sweet to tangy. The sauces can be heated or enjoyed as marinates or even dips. What I like about the sauces is that they are good for people with different dietary considerations, like Gluten Free, Vegan or Vegetarian. 

      Haven’s Kitchen uses vibrant ingredients, and no preservatives (you find the sauces refrigerated, so you know they're fresh!) Haven’s Kitchen’s globally-inspired sauces are non-GMO, gluten-free and vegan. The pouches are 100% recyclable through a partnership with Terracycle.

      The sauce ingredients are:

      Nutty Lemongrass: Water, Cashews, Roasted Red Onion, Coconut Milk (Coconut Milk, Water), Lemongrass Puree (Lemongrass, Water), Rice Vinegar, Date Paste, Coconut Oil, Tamari (Water, Soybeans, Salt, Sugar), Ginger, Garlic, Apricot Juice Concentrate, Sea Salt, Lime Leaves, Crushed Red Pepper, Roasted Almonds.

      Gingery Miso (non-Keto): Water, Date Paste, Mirin (Water, Organic Rice, Koji [Aspergillus oryza], Sea Salt), Shallots, Organic White Miso Paste (Organic Soybeans, Organic Rice Koji (Organic Rice, Koji [Aspergillus oryza]), Sea Salt.

      *Contains Soy

      Golden Turmeric Tahini: Water, Tahini, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Roasted Garlic, Lemon Juice Concentrate, Date Paste, Sea Salt, Turmeric, Cumin, Ground Sumac (Sumac, Salt), White Pepper.

      Zippy Chili Harissa: Roasted Red Bell Peppers, Water, Beet Juice Concentrate (For Color), Red Jalapeño Peppers, Sun Dried Tomatoes (Sun Dried Tomatoes, Salt), Roasted Red Onion, Extra  Virgin Olive Oil, Date Paste, Guajillo Pepper Puree (Dried Guajillo Chiles, Water), Garlic, Coriander, Sea Salt, Cumin, Crushed Red Pepper, Cinnamon, Citric Acid.

      Herby Chimichurri: Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Parsley, Sunflower Oil, Caper Puree (Capers, Water, Vinegar, Salt), Oregano, Lemon Zest, White Wine Vinegar, Sea Salt, Crushed Red Pepper.

      Red Pepper Romesco: Piquillo Peppers (Piquillo Peppers, Water, Salt, Citric Acid), Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Roasted Almonds, White Wine Vinegar, Roasted Garlic, Smoked Paprika, Sea Salt, Crushed Calabrian Chili Peppers.

      In the video you can see how much sauce you get per one package if you use the sauce to cook with. The sauces lend themselves well as a base to build upon if you like more sauce than what comes in one package. For a serving of two I thought there was plenty of sauce for this dish. 

      Red Pepper Romesco Sauce Dish

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      NC

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