Restaurant style – Arrabiata Pasta @ Home


Bored of the routine food at home. Try this one ! Β A quick restaurant style pasta at home.

We all love pasta. However, we are concerned on the calories and taste aspect. So, lets see how we can make this recipe healthy simple and yet tasty.

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Lets get started with the recipe

 

Ingredients:

  • Wheat pasta
  • Veggies (Cabsicum, Mushroom, Beans, Carrot, Baby Corn)
  • Onion – 1 sliced
  • Garlic – 8-9 cloves
  • Mixed herbs – Β½ tea spoon
  • Chilli flakes / green chillies finely chopped – 1 tea spoon
  • Pasta sauce (Home made/ ready made from market). For home made pasta check below
  • Oil – 4 spoons
  • Salt – for taste

 

How to make pasta sauce at home?

Blanch 2 tomatoes. On a heavy bottom pan take 3 spoons of oil. Season with garlic, onion, mixed herbs (Italian) , basil leaves (optional), bell peppers (for flesh), tomatoes (blanched). Cook them well in the oil . Cool the mixture . To preserve the mixture you can use vinegar. Blend this mixture to a fine paste. Home made pasta sauce is ready.

Step 1: Boil water in a vessel. Add salt and cook the pasta in the water for 8-10 minutes. Ensure that the pastas don’t break. FurtherΒ  wash them in cold water immediately and add a spoon of oil on the cooked pasta and mix them well.

Step 2: In a wok add oil. Once the oil heats up add garlic, onion and chilli. Then add veggies one by one (Beans, baby corn and a little salt). Once these 2 vegetables are slightly sauted add the other vegetables and cook till they are cooked for about 90%. Do not completely cook the vegetables.

 

Step 3: Add Β mixed herbs,

pasta sauce, pasta and saute it. Home made pasta is ready to serve.

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