Cooking Pasta with Corned Beef



I really love pasta. (And who doesn't?)

I don't easily get tired of any kind of pasta recipe. In fact, even when dining out, I order a pasta dish with another meal. If you love pasta like I do, perhaps you're enjoy this pasta recipe as well. It's easy to do, too!

For this post, I'm cooking pasta with corned beef.

Cooking Pasta with Corned Beef


Read on below for the detail recipe.



I would normally use fresh pork or beef in cooking a pasta recipe; however, for this instance I'd like to try it with a can of corned beef. I didn't use a pre-packed tomato sauce, however. I used the remaining cherry tomatoes I had in the fridge. I didn't want to waste them so I made a dish out of them instead.

Do you remember my left-over pansit (Chinese noodles) recipe and my fish lumpia recipe? Both recipes them came about from my salvaging efforts in the kitchen, too. And now, here goes another one. :)

Ingredients in cooking pasta with corned beef:
- cherry tomatoes, cut in halves

Cooking Pasta with Corned Beef


- basil powder
- parsley flakes
- black pepper
- red chili powder (optional)
- dried paprika

Cooking Pasta with Corned Beef


- garlic, crushed
- green onions, chopped (optional)
- olive oil
- corned beef (any brand will do)
- pasta
- fish sauce
- hot water


Let's start cooking pasta with corned beef.
1. Cook the pasta. Set aside for later.
2. Saute' the garlic and dried paprika in olive oil.
3. Add the cherry tomatoes. Saute' the ingredients altogether.
4. Cover the dish and allow the cherry tomatoes to release its juices.

Cooking Pasta with Corned Beef


5. Add in the corned beef.
6. Add some water. This will prevent the dish from drying.
7. Lower the stove to low-medium.
8. Season the dish with fish sauce, basil, parsley, ground pepper and chili.
9. Under low heat, add the pasta.

Cooking Pasta with Corned Beef


10. Garnish with green onion.

Cooking Pasta with Corned Beef


Very easy, isn't it?! This dish is Italian-inspired with a fusion of Asian cooking.

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About the Author

I'm Rizza, the accidental blogger. My cooking journey started with an awful adobo dish that even I couldn't eat. Now here I am with more than a hundred tasty and enjoyable recipes. I love sharing my cooking experience and recipes with you. I hope to inspire you with more tasty, quick and easy meals that I have cooked and been cooking for my family. Enjoy and do come back for more!

24 comments:

  1. As I read your blog I'm inclined to be a cook by instant. I hope I could.

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  2. Looks delicious! I had tasted pasta with corned beef too (sometime in my life but I forgot where). I hope I could also cook like a pro. :D

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  3. Yummly Pasta. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. I've never tried this recipe yet, but this is look yummy! Thanks Rizza for this and looking forward to try this one of these days.

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  5. I think it would be so cool to have corned beef with pasta.

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  6. oh yeah!! who doesn't love pasta... ad i'm inclined to try with corned beef as per the instructions above... :)

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  7. Looks so delish sis! But have you tried making pasta with bacon bits and roasted garlic? Oh my, super sarap especially when cooked in olive oil! :)

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  8. i guess I've tried cooking a lot of pasta recipes already they're timeless and yummy! xx

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  9. this is a great recipe this looks really yummy

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  10. nice recipe. thanks for sharing.

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  11. I love pasta and I like the foto especially the beautiful tomatoes that adorn the pasta, itsura pa lang, yummy na!

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  12. easy home cooking indeed, I also love pasta actually just had some alfredo pasta yesterday..

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  13. I'm a pasta lover... Nice tips, will let a friend try this and I'll be the quality taster... :D

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  14. I often use cornbeef instead of ground beef..it's more convenient and tastier too.

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  15. hhhmmm... I remember my wife's favorite, Almost the same , except that she uses tuna flakes instead of corned beef...very good pasta dish! Yahweh bless.

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  16. hmm.. corned beef? yummy! my kids will love this. they like corned beef!

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  17. Nice tip for a quick snack using easy to get ingredients.

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  18. You're at ease in doing pasta recipe. It's your forte.

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  19. this will be tomorrows lunch! I can do this!

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  20. The pasta together with the corned beef is tastefully done.
    I want to try it. May I??

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  21. There are several ways to cook pasta and this one is good to consider and yes it is easy :)

    Mommy Jem of
    Experience of a Super Mommy

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  22. I've tried using corned beef for pasta before! I used tomato sauce instead of fresh ones though. :)

    Will try this recipe soon! :))

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  23. Ah, this one suits me specially if red chilli powder is added.

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