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Fregula Sarda With Leeks And Sausage Recipe. Tagliatelle with a lemon pork ragù. 'Enraged' penne (in spicy sauce) ‘Enraged’ penne (in spicy sauce) This is one of my go-to recipes on nights when I need to make a quick meal.

'Enraged' penne (in spicy sauce)

I generally have all the ingredients on hand, and it only takes 15 minutes to prepare. The dish is called ‘enraged’ (arrabiata) because of the spice, and how angry you make it depends on how much cayenne pepper you include. I find that two small dried peppers make it spicy enough, but if you love heat, add more. As for the pasta, my standard method of measuring is highly unscientific, but it’s quick and it works. Traditionally, chopped parsley is added to penne à l’arrabiata, but I prefer fresh basil. The quantities below will serve two people as a main dish or four as a starter. Peel and finely chop the garlic. Crush the cayenne peppers in a mortar and pestle.

Heat the olive oil to sizzling in a heavy-bottomed saucepan. Add the tomatoes and turn down the heat to medium. Allow the tomato sauce to simmer until it thickens, stirring regularly. How to cook the perfect pasta alla norma. An unpromising name, for us Brits at least, calling to mind as it does a woman known more for her peas than her pasta, but one that’s utterly right for this time of year, when it’s finally safe to put away the potatoes and cast out the kale in favour of darkly glossy aubergines and plump red tomatoes.

How to cook the perfect pasta alla norma

A Sicilian speciality that’s disappointingly said to have been inspired by the beauty of the Bellini opera of the same name, rather than the Tory politician’s wife, norma packs a serious summery punch, while also having enough heft to warm up the most unseasonably dreary of evenings. In short, you need this for dinner tonight. Rigatoni With White Bolognese Recipe.

Modern Timpano Recipe. Butternut and golden chanterelle tortellini, butternut and Parmesan cream, sage and capers. Penne with saffron, arugula and walnuts. Is it alchemy?

Penne with saffron, arugula and walnuts

Is it art? Each of the four main ingredients in this knock-out dish — saffron, arugula, walnuts and parmesan — has so much personality that one could easily imagine it knocking out the other three. And yet, through some sort of culinary magic, they blend to imbue the pasta with a flavor that is slightly exotic and, as my student Louise would say, simply divine. Add a little cream, a little salt, and presto. A spectacular and unusual dish. Penne au safran, roquette et noix / Penne with saffron, arugula and walnuts This pasta works well in the summer, when it can stand alone as a main dish, preceded or followed by tomatoes or greens in salad with plenty of fresh herbs. This week Tony came over to France from London and we took a little day trip to Reims, in Champagne country, only 45 minutes from Paris by train. Other news: Plans for the Mallorca cooking workshop are moving forward and I hope to be able to provide full details in my next post two weeks from now.

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Pasta With Caramelized Lemons - Video. Pasta with fresh tomatoes, mozzarella and basil. Pasta with fresh tomatoes, mozzarella and basil In this unusual pasta recipe, the tomatoes are uncooked – simply chopped and combined with mozzarella, basil, garlic and olive oil for a summer meal that is simple to prepare and, more importantly in hot weather, served lukewarm.

Pasta with fresh tomatoes, mozzarella and basil

It is a version of a recipe I first encountered in Sicily in a slightly different form: with the dried sheep’s cheese ricotta salata instead of mozzarella. Which pasta to choose? It really doesn’t matter. Spaghetti is great, as are the various tubular pastas, such as tortiglioni (shown in the photo). 2 tomatoes 1 whole mozzarella, preferably buffala (1/4 pound or 125 g.) 1 clove garlic 2 tbsp. olive oil salt and freshly ground black pepper several sprigs fresh basil 2 cups dry pasta: tortiglioni, pipe rigate, penne or another variety, or 2 handfuls spaghetti Rinse the tomatoes and chop into small cubes.

Drain the mozzarella, slice in half and chop into cubes. Mince the garlic and add. Ladle into shallow soup bowls. Pasta With Burst Cherry Tomatoes - Video. Lemon Spaghetti Recipe : Giada De Laurentiis. Cavatelli with Brown Butter Beets. Pasta With Garlicky Bread Crumbs - Video.