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Food Storage Pasta Primavera Recipe

Food Storage Pasta Primavera Recipe



1 Cup
Hot Water
1 Tbsp
Emergency Essentials™ Vegetarian Chicken Flavored Broth
2 Tbsp
Emergency Essentials™ Creamy Soup Base
1/3 cup
Emergency Essentials™ Carrot Dices
2 Tbsp (heaping)
Emergency Essentials™ Onion Flakes
1/2 tsp
Emergency Essentials™ Minced Garlic
1 cup
3 cups
Emergency Essentials™ Egg Noodle Pasta
1/3 cup
Emergency Essentials™ Freeze Dried Green Peas
1/3 cup
Emergency Essentials™ Freeze Dried Broccoli
1/3 cup
Emergency Essentials™ Freeze Dried Zucchini
1/3 cup
Emergency Essentials™ Freeze Dried Mushroom Slices
1/3 cup
Emergency Essentials™ Freeze Dried Asparagus
1/3 cup
Emergency Essentials™ Whole Wheat Flour
2 Tbsp
Clarified Butter (also known as ghee)
1 tsp
Emergency Essentials™ Italian Seasoning


1.Whisk one tablespoon broth and two tablespoons soup base into one cup hot water. Set aside.

2.Heat a non-stick skillet over medium-high heat. Add one cup water, the carrot dices, onion flakes, and minced garlic. Simmer, adding more water as needed, until the carrots are almost tender. Reduce heat to medium. Add clarified butter, and sautee the veggies until the carrots are fully tender. Set aside.

3.Meanwhile, start some water in a medium pot to boil for the pasta. Measure out all of the veggies you’ll add to your pasta (add the ones we’ve suggested, or come up with your own combo!) and set them aside in a single large bowl.

4.Once the pasta water is boiling, add the pasta. While the pasta cooks, completely cover the veggies with warm water and let them rehydrate for 5-8 minutes (that’s about how long it will take the pasta to cook). Once the pasta is al dente, drain and set aside.

5.Also drain the veggies, and sautee them with clarified butter until they are hot and some have browned. Put the veggies back in the large bowl, and add the carrot mixture and pasta to the bowl.

6.Add 1/3 cup flour, 1 tsp. Italian seasoning, and 2 T clarified butter to the skillet to make a thick roux (we used whole wheat flour, but just use what you have on hand). Add the chicken broth mixture to the roux until it's the consistency you would like for your sauce.

7.Add the sauce to the bowl of pasta and veggies. Mix well to coat everything. Enjoy!

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