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By: Deanna Linder
Time is a precious thing. It’s only once you don’t have though to you begin to realize how precious it really is. There are different types of “times”: personal time, professional time, family time, friend time, etc. I seem to be short on all of these “times” these days.
Having a six month old baby (who doesn’t sleep) and back at work full time has at times felt more like I’m a professional juggler than a mom/food stylist/blogger/culinary editor (the list goes on: wife, daughter, sister, friend, etc.). Danya, is not only my friend and colleague, but has become a mentor to me; she is someone who juggles her professional world and her personal world (mother of two small kids), with as much finesse as Michael Jordan in his glory days.
With all her finesse, Danya is too, as one can imagine, short on time. When the two of us get together for a Matkonation photo shoot, it is supposed to be our personal time. The blog, which differs from our day to day shoots (done for clients), is our creative outlet to provide our readers with our personal output- photos and recipes which provide the reader first with eye candy and second with good recipes.
On our last shoot, we ended up getting “stood up”, by someone who was supposed to do a guest post on the blog. A sort of culinary stand up one could say. With not much time to spare, and a post which had to be done and a lunch that needed to be eaten, this pasta came out to be just what we needed when short on time.
Grilled Summer Pasta
Ingredients for 4-6 servings:
¼ cup olive oil
½ cup basil leaves
½ cup mint leaves
1 green chili pepper, thinly sliced
2 large zucchinis, thinly sliced
2 cups cherry tomatoes (whole, not sliced)
4 skinless boneless chicken breasts
1 package (500 grams) angel hair or cappellini pasta
Salt and fresh ground pepper
A bunch of fresh basil leaves
2 comments to “Grilled Summer Pasta”
This is a recipe I’m going to use, this looks delicious! I have some ideas to change some stuff on it but it’s still the perfect pasta dish without having to much sauce all around!
Delicious! Just made this now, thanks for the lunch idea!