Meghan Markle's favourite trick for cooking pasta sounds totally delicious
Long before she was a royal, Meghan Markle was sharing some of her secrets in the kitchen.
During an interview with Delish, she was sharing what kind of things she normally eats in a day.
Most of it was standard enough: her favourite dessert, her guilty pleasure, and her secret to glowing skin (almonds, apparently).
What was particularly eye-catching, though, was her trick to making pasta sauce - or, as she called it, a "filthy, sexy mush".
While it may not be the most appetising description, she kindly shared how to actually make it...and, well, it sounds amazing.
The recipe starts off easily enough, chopping up some onions and cooking them in oil.
Then add chopped zucchini and bouillon cubes, before letting it cook down for four hours.
So, you know, probably best to start the prep on this one early.
But, according to Meghan, the slow-cooking process ends up breaking down the zucchini and turning it into a super creamy sauce.
She previously told Delish:
"The sauce gets so creamy, you'd swear there's tons of butter and oil in it, but it's just zucchini, water and a little bouillon."
She tosses the sauce with the pasta, seasoning it with salt, pepper and some lemon juice.
To top it all off, she uses parmesan and red pepper flakes.
After you get through the recipe, you end up with what the Duchess for Sussex calls a 'zucchini bolognese' - or, at least, a vegetable-based version of it.
Ready to give it all a shot? You can check out the full recipe here.