In Purrsuit of Flavours..One Pot meal

Where’s our huge skillet Tyebe?  In the drawer under the stove.   Bring it out so we can start the bow ties.  You want me to bring it out?  Yep,  No flippin’ way I brought it out last time.  That pan is heavier than you after you gorge yourself on duck!                                                  Alright, I’ll get it out.  By Jiminy, you’re right Tyebe this guy is a heavy dude.

Oh yes, we are joining Comedy Plus’s Wordless Wednesday today, Click on the name or the picture and we wisked over to Comedy Plus.  Try it and make sure mom did this correctly.                                                        

Between the two of us we’ll get that skillet on the stove…..there.  Now follow the recipe on the package for the number of guests you’re serving.  We used 2 and a half cups of bow ties and mom and dad were eating Alfredo for 3 days…moI think they made every Alfredo joke possible.


1/2 cup Gruyere Cheese
1/2 cup mozzarella
1/2 cup butter
2 cups milk
1 tablespoon of crushed garlic
2 – 3 tablespoon of flour
about 6 ounces of parmesan cheese
pepper and thyme


After straining your bow ties, run cool water over them to remove some of the guminess.

Meanwhile prepare your alfredo sauce by  stirring the butter in a warm skillet until the butter melts.  Then add the flour slowly and stir until it’s a thick mess.  Then gradually add the milk….very gradually and stir like a crazy animal.  It will become smooth and start to thicken so add a smudge more milk and stir like the crazy cat you’ve become.  Keep this up till the milk is all in the sauce.  Jump around and scratch under your armpits …….Makes you feel more in control of the situation.  Although you may look like a monkey with fur.   The sauce should be sort of thick. It will thicken more after you add the cheese.  Add the crushed garlic and the cheese and stir.  The temperature on the burner is low so nothing burns.  Then add your pepper and thyme.  Finally stir in your bow ties.  There you go Bow Ties Alfredo.                                                                                 

Mom and dad enjoyed the meal but didn’t really want the same meal for 3 days so I’d cut down the amount next time.

                                                                          BONY PETITES

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33 thoughts on “In Purrsuit of Flavours..One Pot meal

  1. Sandee

    I giggled at the two of you getting the pot to the stove. Nice touch.

    I love your pasta dish. I would have helped you eat that deliciousness. Yes indeed.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. Scritches all around and a hug to mom. ♥


  2. Caren

    OMG I’M DYING!! I am going to have to make this!!!! It looks amazing (and oh so fattening! lol). We often eat leftovers here for 3 days, I like to do that so I don’t have to always cook. You could add meat to it (unless you don’t eat meat) to change it up on one of those leftover days or add broccoli or something.


    1. The Canadian Cats Post author

      It is a quick and easy recipe, guys. Sticks to the ribs too. You can always add meatballs if you’re craving meat.
      We were tired after our day in Tibet with the Tibetan Kitty Choir. What an experience!



  3. kittiesblue

    This is our lactose-intolerant mom’s kind of meal. Yummy. She’ll pay later, but she doesn’t care. You girls are looking positively fetching today, especially my sweet Tyebe. Sending her love and whisker kisses, Snap 🐈


  4. franhunne4u

    Yeah, I am over a month late, but I have made two one pot meals since … one a Westphalian Pea-soup (lots of meat products in there) in the slow cooker and the other yesterday, Andalusian potatoes in the pan. With … Bratwurst, Chorizo-style. It contained a small pepper, called pimientos de padron, capers, olives (and I found some I might even eat alone!) and potatoes and came with a sour cream dip.



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