rocket herb pasta

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If you're in a hurry, this simple but very tasty recipe is ideal. If you have rocket and herbs growing in your own garden - bring them on!

This meal combines Italian cuisine with Ayurveda. All the flavours are combined! This meal is a classic Tridosha meal. All doshas are in balance, it is filling and provides valuable vitamins and minerals. Have fun cooking it!

How did this recipe come about?

Especially as a working person, it is often not easy to take care of a good diet. For this reason, I always try to create dishes that are quick to prepare and yet beneficial for body, soul and spirit.

What does Tridosha mean?

The doshas are an important teaching in Ayurvea. They originate from the 5 elements and can be understood as three superordinate energetic principles. These forces control our physiological processes. A good interplay of the three forces results in a balanced state. Tridosha therefore means that all doshas are satisfied and balanced. You can find more information about the doshas here.

Note on the recipe
To balance out the rather bitter herbs, I like to use sweeter spices such as aniseed. Aniseed also goes very well with sheep's cheese. As this spice is not everyone's cup of tea, you can of course use spice seeds of your choice. Fennel, coriander or black mustard seeds also go well.

Persons

2

Time

30 min

Cuisine

Italian

Course

Main course

Ingredients

250 g tagliatelle
1 organic lemon
2 bunches rocket
1 sprig of rosemary
3 sprigs of thyme
2 bunches of mixed kitchen herbs (parsley, oregano, marjoram, savoury...)
1 teaspoon aniseed
1 tbsp feta sheep's cheese
2 tbsp sesame oil
Black salt and rock salt
freshly ground black pepper

Preparation steps

Step 1

Wash the rocket and herbs and pat dry.

Step 2

Carefully cut off the zest of the lemon, without the white skin, which would otherwise make it too bitter. Cut the feta cheese into cubes.

Step 3

Bring 1 litre of water to the boil in a pot and cook the tagliatelle according to the instructions.

Step 4

Heat the sesame oil in a pan, add the aniseed seeds, fry briefly until fragrant, stir in the maple syrup and immediately add the lemon zest. Reduce the temperature, add the herbs and fry gently.

Step 5

When the herbs are fragrant, fold in the feta cheese until it melts slightly.

Step 6

Switch off the hob and leave to cool for approx. 2 minutes.

Step 7

Fold the rocket into the mixture and season with black salt and rock salt.

Step 8

Place the tagliatelle in a deep dish, top with the rocket and herb cream and sprinkle with freshly ground pepper.

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