Thursday, February 11, 2021

I have been intrigued by Tik Tok for some time. I am a high school teacher so I hear about it a great deal! I did get the app but then I was overwhelmed and deleted it. My sister, however, has a teen and a tween girl and she has been sending me Tik Tok recipes. Now, I can get down with using Tik Tok for that purpose!

Since my sister recommended this and I made it, I have been seeing it everywhere!

Looks good, right? Do you like my almost 21 year old Pottery Barn pasta bowl from a set that was a wedding gift from my dear bestie Heather?

I love a recipe with very few ingredients!

A container of cherry or grape tomatoes – I was thinking you could even do the pretty tri-color ones!

olive oil

salt and pepper

Italian herbs if you would like – basil would be good and pretty!

pasta of your choice

a block of feta – I am going to say use this sparingly. I do not feel that it needs the whole block.

Step one:

Wash your tomatoes and put them in a dish with sides. Cover with salt, pepper, and olive oil. Place your chunk of feta on top. This is a little over half of the piece I had.

Step 2: Boil your pasta. I like this cavatappi! I think this could also be good with zoodles!

After your tomato feta mixture has cooked at 400 for about 15 minutes it will not look much different:

But, be careful… as you start breaking up the tomatoes they will try to kill you and burn you with their hot, fiery juices.

Step 3: Break up the tomatoes and feta a bit.

Step 4: Pour the hot pasta atop.

Mix as much as you would like.

I was also trying to think of protein that would work in here? You could have already cooked/browned sausage? Shrimp? Chicken?

What do you think? Do you have time for a Tik Tok pasta?


11 thoughts on “Tik Tok Time for Pasta

  1. Of course, it looks delish! Maybe some spinach in there too? When spring/summer comes (when!?) I will take out the barbecue, grill some chicken and eat with this! Yum! I love the salty taste of feta, I don’t know why I don’t buy it more often? I’ve been very much into mozzarella lately. So, maybe it’s time to change Italy for Greece!

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    1. Thank you! Oooh spinach would be great. I love spinach. That sounds good! I buy feta a lot but it’s to put on a Greek salad. I wouldn’t have ever thought to do it like this!


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