Get to Work, the first expansion for The Sims 4, is coming out at the end of the month. This expansion is pretty neat because it is adding a lot more things you can do with your Sim and their daily life. The main focus of this expansion is the work day for Sims. You’ll be able to make storefronts and sell items that your Sim creates. One of the stores you can make is a bakery. Spoiler alert, I’m totally making a bakery in the Sims. I can’t wait to see all the new food items to the game. Even more things to recreate!
I really enjoy coking but some nights I want to make an effortless meal. Pasta primavera has become one of my new editions to that simple recipes list. This recipe requires a minimal amount of work. The beauty of this recipe is you can add or remove any vegetables. The only thing required in this recipe is the tomatoes; this will help match it better to the game. Let’s get cooking!
Required Equipment: baking sheet, pot, bowl
– 1 broccoli crown
– 1 bell pepper
– pasta, cooked
– olive oil
– parmesan cheese
Preheat your oven to 400°F. Place the vegetables on the baking sheet. I would highly recommend placing the tomatoes in a small section of their own. While roasting, they will burst and juice will release. Brush the vegetables with olive oil and sprinkle salt and pepper. Bake in the oven for 25 minutes.
After the vegetables have baked, cut the larger ones into bite size pieces. Toss all the vegetables but the tomatoes in a bowl. Mix with as much or as little olive oil as you would like. Add the pasta mix to a plate and add tomatoes. I found that if you mix the tomatoes in the bowl they break down too much. Finally, sprinkle some parmesan cheese and enjoy.