Background Image
0 0
Penne all’arrabbiata

Share it on your social network:

Or you can just copy and share this url

Ingredients

Adjust Servings:
320 gr Pasta Fabbri
400 gr Peeled Tomatoes
1 Fresh Red Hot Chilly Pepper
1 peeled clove Garlic
Salt
Pepper
Parsley

Bookmark this recipe

You need to login or register to bookmark/favorite this content.

Penne all’arrabbiata

An angry pasta!

Features:
    Cuisine:

      Do you know what "Pasta all arrabbiata" means?⁠
      Arrabbiata in Italian means "Angry" and this sauce is called "Angry Pasta" because it is said that when you eat it, your face gets as red as when you blow-up!⁠

      • Serves 3
      • Easy

      Ingredients

      Directions

      Share

      Penne all’arrabbiata is a popular pasta in Italy. It has often prepared when we have little time and few ingredients available.⁠ ⁠ In fact, this recipe asks for very simple ingredients and as I always say in my cooking classes, fresh and high quality.⁠ ⁠ ⁠

       

       

      Steps

      1
      Done

      Recommended

      I suggest you try, just once, Pasta from Pastificio Fabbri.
      You will taste everything completely another flavor!
      This time I used peeled canned tomatoes, but I usually blanch fresh tomatoes, peel them out and squeeze them to obtain a puree

      2
      Done

      In a small pot, pour the oil and the peeled clove of garlic. When it starts frying, please remove it from the stove and make it cool. Repeat it two more times. This operation allows the garlic to release its flavor without burning and giving the final dish a sweeter and savory taste.

      3
      Done

      In a pan, pour the oil with the garlic and add the fresh chili pepper sliced, add tomatoes. Make it cook for fifteen minutes. Boil the pasta, and pour it into the sauce. Cook a few minutes, drizzle with parsley and pecorino cheese if you like. Honestly, I prefer to eat it without.
      You have to try it out and let me know how it will turn out! Enjoy!

      Recipe Reviews

      There are no reviews for this recipe yet, use a form below to write your review
      previous
      Castagnaccio
      next
      Torta Mimosa
      previous
      Castagnaccio
      next
      Torta Mimosa