Hale & Hearty Quinoa & Rice Penne with Sardines, Breadcrumbs and Parsley


1. Put 250 of pasta into boiling water for 7-8 minutes until al dente. Do not overcook.

2. Heat the olive oil in a large non-stick pan, and fry the garlic gently until it goes light brown.

3. Add the drained sardines to the pan, and break up with a spoon and mash in with the garlic.

4. Add a knob of butter; continue to cook for a couple of minutes.

5. Add the parsley and breadcrumbs, cook for another minute, check for seasoning and add sea salt if necessary.

6. Drain the pasta, add to the pan, add stir well.

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