Meghan Markle's pasta sauce is worth a try. Picture from Instagram by @varpiefoodfit
In an interview with delish.com Meghan Markle admitted her love for food and wine, long before she became a member of the royal family.

She would often share recipes from her kitchen on her lifestyle blog the Tig — sadly the blog's been deleted now and she no longer shares her recipes.

Before she disappeared into the royal palace and stopped posting on social media, the Suits actress shared a few tips for making a pasta sauce she described at the time as a "flithy (cool), sexy mush" you can drop your pasta into.

Markle's pasta sauce tips
  • Begin with cooking your onions in oil of your choice
  • Add chopped zucchini and stock cubes (Meghan uses bouillon cubes) and then let that cook down/simmer for FOUR hours
  • It's the long slow cook that will give you a creamy, buttery sauce
Meghan Markle meets with the public at the Trinity College Dublin in Dublin. Picture by Xinhua

The Duchess called her sauce a  "zucchini bolognese" and told delish.com that it was a close friend who recommended the method and ingredients and she was surprised that  "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." 

In the original article, Markle is also quoted as saying that wine is the best dessert and that for the perfect steak, she squeezes a lemon over the meat when it's out of the grill and ready to serve.

But it's her pasta sauce sounds yummy and that should definitely be tried out — you can check out the full recipe here