What's your favourite pasta dish??....i'm wanting to try some new ones, the old regulars are getting a bit boring now
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08-01-2012 18:45 #1
08-01-2012 18:46 #2
This same thread was made a while ago and had some great recipes suggested! One in particular has now become a regular in our house.
I'll try find the link for you.
08-01-2012 18:49 #3
we don't eat a lot of pasta but my favourites are probably
-gnocchi (home made if I can be bothered) with home made passatta cooked down with grated onions and heaps of fresh basil and grana at the end
-spaghetti with home made pesto (classic pesto none of this wierd stuff)
-home made ricotta and spinach canneloni with home made passatta (we make our own cheese)
-any pasta cooked with diced tomato, salami/bacon/ham (whatever you have on hand), red onion, chilli, olives, basil, olive oil and grana.
08-01-2012 18:50 #4
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08-01-2012 19:27 #5
we do a tomato sauce based one with salami, feta and olives SO yum
also marinara, get some marinara mix from seafood place or woolies and cook in cream so unhealthy but yum
also used to make this one with pumpkin type sauce and gnocchi
and can't go past good old carbonara- bacon, mushrooms, cream, parmesan
can you tell I love pasta?!
08-01-2012 19:29 #6
We do a chicken, bacon, haloumi and mushroom in a spicy pink sauce that always goes down a hit!
08-01-2012 19:36 #7
My fave to make is chicken, baby spinach and pine nuts in a cream and white wine (or stock if you prefer) sauce topped with pan fried crispy prosciutto. Not very healthy I know but tastes so good!!
08-01-2012 20:21 #8
08-01-2012 20:22 #9
08-01-2012 20:29 #10
I say this in every pasta thread cos it's beautiful: http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/p...a-di-salsiccia
This is really nice too... quite rich though: http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/3749...ne+nut+gnocchi
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