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According to this recipe the whole cooking process should take 5 minutes but that certainly wasn't the case for me. The tomatoes took longer to prepare however they were worth it.
Boil the kettle and then pour boiling water over the tomatoes, cover and leave for one minute.
Then drain and remove the skins (they literally fall off) and seeds, and chop into small pieces. This was an extremely messy process! Also slice the garlic.
Bring a large pan of salted water to the boil and cook the pasta according to the packet's instructions (mine took 10 minutes).
While the pasta is cooking, fry the garlic in a tablespoon of olive oil for a couple of minutes and then add the tomatoes, chorizo and season.
If necessary, add another tablespoon of olive oil (I did) and then cook gently for around 8 minutes.
Drain the pasta and mix together with the tomato and chorizo sauce.
Stir in half the goat's cheese until it is mostly melted.
Finally serve with the remaining goat's cheese and a sprinkling of chives (or basil).
This was delicious - Arabella and I both adored it and ate every last morsel. We will be adding this to our regular cook list. It was so simple yet so tasty. You could mix it up by using bacon instead of chorizo or using mozzarella or blue cheese instead of goat's cheese. We sent a picture of it to Pascal who is in France and he had serious food envy….not surprising though!!
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