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Healthy colorful pasta that’s quick to make with few ingredients.
Cook the pasta in boiling salty water according to package instructions for al dente. When it’s al dente, drain it in a colander and run under cold water to stop the cooking. Then put pasta into a large bowl. Add a little bit of oil, stir and let it cool down, mixing every now and then (so it doesn’t get sticky).
Wash and cut the tomatoes in half or into quarters if you prefer. You can use the mozzarella balls as they are, I cut them in half.
Mix the tomatoes and mozzarella together with the pasta. Add salt and oil to taste and at the end chopped basil. Serve cold or at room temperature
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