Here’s a very simple ground pork crumble and dill spaghetti with fresh dill, fried pork mince and al dente cooked pasta… This is a delicious spaghetti dinner. And it is ready in less than 30 minutes! You just have to try this one out.
We’re not here to make things complicated, are we?
No fancy pants dinners or difficult techniques today.
This fresh dill spaghetti for instance is such a no-brainer. And it makes me wonder why I haven’t come up with the idea earlier on.
That very day I walked past a grocery store in town selling these amazing bunches of fresh dill for a buck. Because I hadn’t quite a dinner idea in mind I took a bundle home and assured myself I would certainly come up with something.
Dill Spaghetti with Pork Crumble
I’ve been cooking quite a lot of Thai dishes lately for my newest project.
But the day that I bought the fresh dill I had this sudden craving for pasta.
So let’s do that for dinner!
And I’m also sure my hubby won’t regret that either… I transformed the pork sausages (I intended to make Thai meatballs with them) into a hearty crumble and just added the fresh dill in the end. No tomato pasta sauce in sight whatsoever!
Well here you go: a delicious spaghetti, and it is ready in less than half an hour! Ho about that!
Do you love simple spaghetti dinners like this one?
Then also check out my aglio e olio! Or al dente cooked pasta with olive oil, fresh garlic and red chili pepper. Italian pasta simplicity at its best!
So in the meantime, enjoy my simple pork and dill spaghetti with fresh dill, fried pork mince crumble and al dente pasta…
What a delicious spaghetti dinner!
- 9 oz dry spaghetti (250 g)
- 2 pork sausages
- 1 medium shallot chopped
- a handful fresh dill
- 1 tbsp soy sauce
- olive oil
- Place a large pan of salted water over high heat until boiling and then add the pasta.
- Cook until the pasta is tender and drain. In the meantime take the sausages out of their casings.
- Heat a drop of olive oil in a large non-stick pan and place it over medium-high heat. Then add the crumbled sausage meat.
- Cook the mince quickly for a couple of minutes until it starts to look brown. Break up any lumps. Chop the fresh dill finely.
- Add the chopped shallot and the soy sauce to the cooked mince.
- Turn the heat low and stir well. Then add the freshly chopped dill.
- Stir well again. Check the seasoning and add some pepper and salt to taste if necessary. Toss in the cooked pasta and stir well. Divide it over plates and serve hot.