How to Cook Perfect My favorite pasta

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My favorite pasta. The quickest and simplest and most delicious pasta dish ever! Adapt how you like, but I know you will love it! When you are busy on the farmstead.

My favorite pasta See more ideas about Cooking recipes, Recipes, Pasta dishes. I 've tried almost every pasta mentioned in this list and my personal favorite is spaghetti. I love getting the newsletters too. You can have My favorite pasta using 7 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook that.

Ingredients of My favorite pasta

  1. You need of pack of pasta.
  2. You need of pippi's/vongole.
  3. It's of garlic cloves - minced.
  4. It's of red chillies (optional ).
  5. It's of olive oil, extra virgin.
  6. It's of splash of white wine (pinot grigio).
  7. It's of good handful finely chopped parsley.

As a kid, spaghetti night was always my You can replace any of the pasta with your favorite whole-wheat pasta. Who among us does not like to have a good meal? Food is an essential part of our daily life. Spaghetti is a type of pasta.

My favorite pasta step by step

  1. Cook pasta al dente as per directions on pack.
  2. While pasta is cooking take a large pan add some oil saute garlic and chilli.
  3. After minute or so add pippi/vongole and wine and cook til they open..
  4. Sprinkle over parsley and toss in the pasta. Its good to time them so the pippi and pasta cook at same time so when you bring them together neither has been sitting around to long..
  5. Serve with nice bread and a splash of good extra virgin.

There is nothing better than pasta for dinner. We've published more than a few pasta recipes over the years. My favourite pasta is " spaghetti" a classic, but also "penne rigate" cook whit tomato and onions. But, I cook them very very well, and the dish like everyone crazy. Homemade pasta is absolutely one of my favorite things to make and I'm consolidating everything I've learned about it over the years into this one post along with links to my favorite resources.

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