Sometimes, the simplest of meals are the best. Nothing complicated, just a few key ingredients and you end up with moments of happiness with each forkful.
Today’s posting is an example of delicious simplicity. Even though I shared the recipe below with quantities, it’s really easy to eye-ball the meal as you’re preparing it and adjust to your needs.
It’s beautiful in appearance and quick to prepare. If you’d rather go meatless, just omit the prosciutto and toss in whatever veggies you have on hand — from mushrooms, to zucchini to asparagus.
I also didn’t add salt since the prosciutto has enough salty flavor as does the pecorino romano cheese.
If you notice the amount of pasta I used, I actually measured the amount based on an actual serving. So if you’re watching what you eat – pay attention to the serving size. It may seem small at first, but in reality, it’s more than enough if you take the time to enjoy each bite and savor the flavors of this dish.