Pulse Pasta with Smashed Tomato, Bocconcini and Basil

1-2 weight loss surgery serves (depending on your capacity)

60g San Remo Pulse Spaghetti (dry weight)
8 – 10 cherry tomatoes (smashed)
Handful or basil, torn
40g baby bocconcini, halved
Salt and pepper to taste

Prepare pasta as per packet directions. Combine smashed tomatoes, torn basil, bocconcini and season to taste Stir tomato mix through drained pasta and serve.

Nutritional information (for full serve): kilojoules 1350, calories 321, protein 22.5g, fat 10g, saturated fat 6g, carbohydrate 28g, fibre 8.5g.

Pulse Pasta with Smashed Tomato, Bocconcini and Basil

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