Some of you may know, some couldn't understand my polish post, so I will quickly remind, I do not tolerate fake people, two-faced people... and Lactose.

The last one is actually the worst one. When you can handle ignoring these people than you cannot handle eating! Especially when you love mozzarella!

There could be always a solution, right? Right! So when I am home alone I cook for myself, but when we are home together with my boyfriend I try to not cook because he is gluten & lactose intolerant... now tell me: how sad...

It is actually sad, but we treat more as a challenge!

I was home alone today, so decided to cook some yummy pasta, which CONTAINS gluten (you can always swap it for gluten free..)  with some LACTOSE-FREE mozzarella (TESCO!!!!)  fresh cherry tomatoes, passata, olive oil & basil. yum yum yum

                                   It's easier than anything else.

Cook pasta- al dente

Mix mozzarella with tomatoes, passata, basil, salt and olive oil.

You can easily mix it after with cooked pasta and just place it on a pan!


Now: 15-20 min in the oven, and taaaaadaaaah:

Most important question, which I've heard already: Why You can't just mix it together in the pan and warm it up just on the pan?

Well, my point in here is to have cooked pasta, mixed together with mozzarella, not pasta, and massive piece of mozzarella, because this is what would happen.will stick together with each other... But we do want to have mozzarella on our yum pasta, right?




Since I remember, I have served as a useful source to those seeking inspiration, help, or advice. As a teenager, I finally decided to own that role and be intentional about it. I started writing about my passions, my thoughts, and curious wonderings about our society. After years I founded My Key in life with a mission to give others a taste of what goes on in my mind and way to share with community.

Popularne posty