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Penne Arabiatta Recipe

Penne Arabiatta Recipe

Here’s a simple and easy to make Penne Arabiatta Recipe

3 tbsp Herbs (Oregano, Chilli Flakes, Basil)
2 Nos Fresh Red Chilly
3 Nos Garlic Cloves Chopped
1 No Onion finely chopped
400ml Thick tomato puree
Handful of fresh basil and parsely/coriander
Handful of grated parmesan
Salt & Pepper to taste
Olive oil
200 gm Penne Pasta or any other shape

• Heat oil in a pan, add 2 garlic cloves, chilli, oregano, basil and sauté on medium heat. Do not let the garlic burn.
• Add the tomato puree and let it simmer for 10 minutes
• Reduce the sauce till the water has evaporated
• Add a pinch of salt and pepper and set aside
• In a separate pan, heat 1 spoon oil, add the leftover chopped garlic and onion and sauté lightly till transcluent. Do not brown.
• Add the sauce and pasta and toss it in lightly
• Check for seasoning. Add cheese and fresh basil and serve hot

NOTE: For those who do not like tomato sauce, you can add a little cream in the pasta along with the tomato sauce , and get a light pink sauce.

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Leandra Fernandes

Food has always been my passion. A few years back I decided to make my passion my career. Started my career from Switzerland as a budding CHEF in continental cuisine and today I am a successful entrepreneur running my own home bakery and cakery - Lee's Delicacee's. It gives me great pleasure to share my work with people pursuing the same passion. Experimenting with food and trying my hand at new stuff always keeps me on the run..

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