Pasta in a rich and creamy tomato sauce with a little twist. Very good! Here’s how:
This is a recipe my old friend Steve (who is half italian) taught me well over 20 years ago. It’s a light and fresh pasta dish for a warm spring day’s lunch, foolproof to make with just a few ingredients and very delicious. Steve used “Farfalle” noodles which I didn’t have at hand but it tasted great anyway.
This is a simple and easy, yet very delicious recipe for pasta with a rich and creamy miso and mushroom sauce. Perfectly suited for one of those busy weekday evenings when you can’t be arsed into elaborate cooking, ’cause it’s done in almost no time.
The text below makes it seem like a lot of work, while in reality it’s a done in an instant. I suppose it’s some sort of “fusion cuisine” 🙂 and it’s very aromatic. Try it yourself!
Here’s the recipe:
Chicken cubes with garlicky tomato sauce and pasta, not very difficult and very satisfying.
Well, and easily that single most ugly food photo I’ve ever taken… 🙂
Ingredients (yields 2):
Pasta for two
1 large shalllot
3 cloves garlic
6-8 anchovi fillets
Pinch of chili flakes (optional)
1/4 cup white wine
Salt and pepper to taste (only a little salt)
Somehow I didn’t have this dish for years and it was so delightful yesterday evening. Pasta with hearty italian salsiccia sausage, onions and a little garlic. Anyway, it’s easy to make and requires only a few ingredients:
This miso spaghetti recipe is both easy and delicious. Give it a try!