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Pasta in Tomato Sauce

Pasta with Noodles

The easiest and most stylish dishes to serve surprise guest s are without doubt the pasta and noodles. Penne, macaroni, spaghetti, fettuccine, fusilli are just a few of the varieties of pasta available. Any of these may be used for the recipes detailed below.

Whichever is the pasta or noodles you have selected, it must be cooked till it is soft but make sure you do not overcook it. ‘Al dente’ is the Italian word for how cooked the pasta should be and this means cooked till it gets cut in one bite. The general measurement is 75115 gm uncooked pasta for one serving.

To cook pasta, boil water in a large saucepan to which enough salt and a table spoon of olive oil is added. Now add the pasta and cook uncovered till it is done.

Different pastas have different cooking times and the time will also vary depending on the quantity of pasta to be cooked. Generally it takes 812 minutes cooking time. When done, drain the pasta. If you are not mixing the sauce immediately, transfer back to pan and mix in some olive oil or butter and keep aside.

These Italian style recipes have been created by Diya Mathew from Kochi and Renu Jacob Oppoottil from Kottayam.

The easiest and most stylish dishes to serve surprise guest s are without doubt the pasta and noodles. Penne, macaroni, spaghetti, fettuccine, fusilli are just a few of the varieties of pasta available. Any of these may be used for the recipes detailed below.

Whichever is the pasta or noodles you have selected, it must be cooked till it is soft but make sure you do not overcook it. ‘Al dente’ is the Italian word for how cooked the pasta should be and this means cooked till it gets cut in one bite. The general measurement is 75115 gm uncooked pasta for one serving.

To cook pasta, boil water in a large saucepan to which enough salt and a table spoon of olive oil is added. Now add the pasta and cook uncovered till it is done.

Different pastas have different cooking times and the time will also vary depending on the quantity of pasta to be cooked. Generally it takes 812 minutes cooking time. When done, drain the pasta. If you are not mixing the sauce immediately, transfer back to pan and mix in some olive oil or butter and keep aside.

These Italian style recipes have been created by Diya Mathew from Kochi and Renu Jacob Oppoottil from Kottayam.

Pasta in Tomato Sauce

Pasta cooked in loads of tomato sauce, this vegetarian dish is a tasty way to ward off hunger pangs.

Ingredients

2 tbsp olive oil
1 onion, chopped fine
2 cloves of garlic, chopped fine
400gm tomatoes, chopped fine
1 tsp oregano
2 bay leaves
2 tbsp tomato puree
1 tsp sugar
Salt and black pepper powder, to taste

Preparation

Heat olive oil in a pan on medium flame.
Add the onions and sauté, followed by the garlic and sauté for a minute.
To this add the tomatoes, oregano, bay leaves, tomato puree, sugar and mix well; and then toss in enough salt and pepper.
When the sauce begins to boil, lower the flame and allow it to cook for 1520 minutes. When the sauce thickens and reduces to half the quantity remove the bay leaves from it.
To the sauce, add the cooked pasta, toss and serve hot.
Garnish with grated parmesan cheese, freshly ground dry red chili flakes or black pepper powder and chopped parsley or mint leaves

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