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Prep Time: 10 mins
Cook Time: 20 mins
This one-pot technique for cooking pasta requires no draining. Greek mountain tea, oregano and fennel in the cooking water build the foundation for the sauce, finished with feta cheese and Kalamata olives.
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Greek mountain tea is also known as ironwort, mountain tea and shepherd’s tea. It is a flowering plant that grows at higher elevations in Greece. Greeks use the whole plant – stems, leaves and flowers – to prepare the tea. It can be purchased in tea shops and online specialty stores. If unavailable, substitute 2 green tea bags.
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