Creamy Cheese Pasta

Another great one is one I came up with due to the cheasy leftovers in the fridge. It was Gorgeous! Can't help myself to not post this one :)
Basicly, it's a mixture of any cheese you have ( just maybe don't add goat cheese to the mix)
Simple and duh, verrrrrry good.

All you need is love. And some other stuff too. Sorry.

Type of dish: pasta, main
Cost: medium
Difficulty: easy
Serves: 2-4
Time: 20 min
Preparation time: 10 min
Cooking time: 10 min

The equipment:
cutting board, sharp knife, collander, saucepan medium, frying pan large, spatula, medium to large bowl to mix, plates to serve.

You'll need:
  • Pasta of your desire, penne or any other kind
  • 1 glass of dry white wine
  • 1 glass of chicken or veggie broth
  • 3 twigs fresh rosemary ( hi there!)
  • S&P
  • the cheeses: ementaler, ricotta, cheese spread, parmigiano and so on. Hard stuff  cut up in small pieces
  • 1 garlic clove smashed ( let it out!)
  • 1 small onion finely diced
  • 1 spoon of butter
  • olive oil
  • additional: prosciutto, or other cured ham, cut to thin strips, cherry tomatoes
 Put water to boil in the saucepan, and heat your frying pan. Add the butter and olive oil, mix well, add the garlic and onion. Add the rosemary twigs- you'll be throwing them out later anyway. Add the creamier cheeses, the soft first, then when you make them into a sauce, gradually add the broth, the wine. Mix all the time. Add last the harder cheeses, and work them well in the sauce. Remove the rosemary. Taste a bit, add salt, cook the pasta, drain it, dumo it in the mixing bowl. Pour in the cheese sauce, mix well and add pepper. Voila!
Serve with additional chopped up rosemary for some extra kick. Or if you like it hot and spicy, add some chopped up chilli peppers to the frying bit.

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