Tomato Sauce Pasta Made In One Pan

Tomato Sauce Pasta Made In One Pan

You don't need a pot for boiling the pasta or a sieve for draining. This is an easy pasta dish made with just one pan. You can add whatever ingredients you like at Step 3. Please vary it to your taste.

Ingredients: 2 servings

Olive oil
1 tablespoon
1 clove
Bacon (or sausage)
2 slices (about 40 g)
Green bell pepper, onion, carrot, eggplant or any vegetables you like
to taste
200 g
● Canned tomateos (whole or cut/crushed)
1 can
enough so that the canned tomatoes + water equals 800 ml
a pinch
●Soup stock granules
2 teaspoons (or 1 stock cube)
to taste
Salt and pepper
to taste


1. Crush the garlic with a knife then mince finely. Slice the bacon thinly. Cut up the vegetables anyway you like (julienne, chop, etc.)
2. Heat olive oil in a pan and saute the garlic. When it's fragrant, add the bacon and vegetables, and saute lightly.
3. Add the ● ingredients (400 g of cut tomatoes was 400 ml. So you'd add 400 ml of water in that case). Bring to a boil over high heat.
4. When it's boiling, add the pasta broken in half. Cook over medium heat for 1 minute while stirring to prevent the pasta from sticking.
5. Turn the heat off and cover with a lid. Leave for 1 minute less than the cooking time indicated on the pasta package.
6. Take the lid off and separate the pasta. Turn the heat back on, and evaporate the liquid in the pan over high heat (this takes 2 to 3 minutes).
7. Adjust the seasoning with ketchup, salt and pepper and it's done!

Story Behind this Recipe

This is part of my 'pasta in one pan' series. Use the pasta cooking method described in Recipe ID: 1059460 to make a simple tomato pasta.