Pasta with Blue Cheese Sauce


Pasta with Blue Cheese Sauce
(2 servings with some leftovers)

Ingredients:

2 tbsp butter
1 small onion chopped
1/4 cup white wine
1/4 cup chicken broth
1/3 cup milk
150g blue cheese crumbled
S&P
Parsley to garnish

Directions:

1. Heat butter on medium in a sauce pot and add onion. Cook for about 5-7 minutes until soft.

2. Add the wine, broth and milk, bring to a simmer.

3. Add the cheese and stir until it's all melted. Season with S&P.

4. Serve on your favourite pasta and garnish with parsley.

3 comments:

MrsDuncanMahogany said...

Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm! :)

Sam I Am...... said...

OMG!!!! I love blue cheese and despite I'm supposed to stay away from 'dairy'...I will not be able to resist making this! I am drooling right now and I have pinned all your recipes.....you may not be able to hold a crochet hook but Damn woman...you can cook! I cannot wait to make this dish!
Thanks for the picture of the Dremel attachment....I have to go look and see if I have that one. I'm going to give it ago. My girls are pretty easy it's just the black nails I fear! But we must face our fears and not project worrying results when we have no idea what will or won't happen and if you believe (like I do) that you have no control over it anyway then it really helps! Your dogs will protect you and there are 3 of them so I think you're good to go! Face your fears or you're missing out and I am facing my with my Dremel in hand! LOL!

Rain said...

Hi Sam :) This was really easy to make too. I used just a mild blue cheese, but I remember once using Gorgonzola, which was a bit strong for me. Still though, nothing wrong with a blue cheese :)) Thanks for the compliments!!

For the Dremel, just go slow. You don't have to file them down a lot the first time, for Charlie, I did a little but she still needs more trimming. I'm waiting a week in between and eventually I'm hoping we won't hear the "click click click" anymore on the floor when she walks! Her nails grow really fast and they're black too. I know what you mean about facing your fear, but I personally don't want to get physically hurt, which has happened a few times with the three of them lunged at a loose dog. It's a tough decision, but Alex and I will walk them together in the evenings when the town is quieter, so at least they'll get a good walk each day.