If you like healthy food, very healthy food or you’re vegan, this recipe which resembles a ‘fideuà’ is a must but it’s a dish which puts the vegetables at the forefront. It’s a tasty and healthy dish and we’re sure you’re going to love it.
It’s also a very fitting dish to surprise your guests. It’s very simple to prepare and will only take you a few minutes. It has everything and there’s no excuse for not making it.
- 4 spoonfuls extra virgin olive oil
- 350 gr noodles
- Red and green peppers
- 3 tomatoes
- Half an onion
- 1 garlic
- 150 gr peas
- 2 glasses of water
- Before you start the preparation, we recommend you turn the oven on at a temperature of 200 degrees.
- While the oven is heating up, chop all the vegetables.
- Put extra virgin olive oil into a frying pan. Add the half onion already cut up and brown it.
- Add the finely chopped
- Wait for two minutes and then, add the peppers and salt.
- Now it’s time to take a tray and spread out the noodles. Make sure they’re well separated.
- Put the tray with the noodles on it into the oven for about 5 minutes and be very careful that they don’t burn. Don’t take your eyes off them for those 5 minutes.
- But we still haven’t finished. Not it’s time to chop up the tomatoes really finely and add them to the frying pan along with the fresh peas.
- Leave to cook for another 5 minutes and then, add the noodles.
- Add the paprika and leave the whole thing to cook on a low heat.
- You have to take it off the heat before all of the liquid has disappeared and put it into the oven for another two minutes.
- Leave it to cool and it’s ready for serving.
One of the questions you’re probably asking is what size noodles to use. We recommend that you use number 4 noodles and don’t buy the ones that say for ‘’fideuà’’ because they’re much thicker.
What’s more, if you were going to make a traditional ‘fideuà’ (with fish and seafood), it’s also a good idea to use number 4 size noodles. In our opinion, the result is much tastier.
This is a dish for all seasons. We advise you to look for vegetables which are in season. If they aren’t, you can obviously change them for another ingredient. It’ll turn out just as tasty.