Dare you to eat! – Spaghetti with strawberries.

Summertime is a season for delicious fruits that we all love. Cherries, blueberries, strawberries, plums… if you have garden you probably have at least one of those summertime fruits there. We only have a balcony, but we bought some tasty strawberries and I decided to make some easy, sweet dish with it.

Now, let me tell you something. For my husband pasta goes only with spicy/salty sous, meat or worst case scenario – veggies. Never something sweet. The total opposite is with pancakes: always sweet (nutella, jam, caramel sous with bananas or other fruit), but God forbid any salty filling in pancakes. I am I little bit more open minded 😉 and I like salty pancakes with cheese and ham, tomato sous and stuff. But today… what do you say about spaghetti with strawberry sous?? 😍

The recipe is extremely simple.

Ingredients (for about 4 people):
500g strawberries
250g Greek yoghurt (or any kind of rather thick yoghurt)
300g spaghetti (can be any other pasta)
Little bit sugar if you want it sweeter

Boil the spaghetti. Wash the strawberries and remove the green stuff. Leave few of the strawberries on a side for decoration. Put fruit into a blender together with the yoghurt and make some sort of smoothie with it. If it’s not sweet enough, add some sugar. When the pasta is boiled and cooled down put it on the deep plates, pour the strawberry sous and decorate with fresh strawberries. And enjoy!

It’s perfect for lunch on a warm day. And your kids are going to love it! My husband think it’s weird, but he finished his plate and didn’t complain.

Bon appetite!

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