Egg Fried Pasta 🍝 

This is another super easy favourite of mine for a quick meal when I don’t have time to plan and my cupboards are empty πŸ€·πŸΌβ€β™€οΈπŸ€·πŸΌβ€β™€οΈ it’s basically an alfreddo pasta dish which is really simple to put together and really tasty πŸ˜‹.. For a gluten free option you could choose gluten free pasta or rice – it would also taste great I just tend to choose wholemeal pasta since I prefer the texture and I find it’s easy on my tummy ☺️☺️ so the ingredients are:

30g boiled pasta or rice of your choice 🍚

2 eggs and 2 egg whites beaten together 🍳

Tuna (or any fish of your choice) 🐟

1/3 Ripe avocado πŸ₯‘

1 large tbsp Greek yoghurt (0% fat)

A splash of lemon juice πŸ‹

Salt, pepper and a pinch of paprika 🌢

Basically once you’ve cooked the pasta you just need to drain it and place it back in the pot and ‘stir-fry’ it with the egg mixture and spices (salt, pepper and paprika) on medium heat ☺️ – it is very important to continuously stir the mixture otherwise you will get a pasta omelette πŸ™ˆπŸ™ˆ – once the egg stops being goo-ey (usually around 10 mins) then remove the mixture from the pot and let it settle for 10 minutes..

In the meantime begin to blend the avocado with the Greek yoghurt and lemon juice and once you have a nice consistency take it out of the blender and stir in the tuna.. by now the pasta should have cooled a little so just mix it all together and voila… I tend to put snow peas or sugar snaps on the side too and have a couple of energy balls for dessert πŸ™ˆ (check out the pic below)… 🀀 Yummy!

Give it a try and let me know what you think in the comments below ☺️



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