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1  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / [ Italian Cuisine ] Spaghetti al pomodoro e basilico on: June 26, 2012 03:33:56 AM
This dish is so simple but to make it with homemade tomato paste makes it more special Wink



To make tomato paste actually you can find it on internet.. there are lots of them.


Ingredients (2 people) :
200 g. spaghetti
150 g. tomato paste
1/4 onion (chopped)
3 tbs olive oil extra vergin
1 tbs chopped basil (4-5 leaves)
Parmesan cheese
Salt and pepper

1. With medium fire, warm olive oil in a sauce pan then put chopped onion
2. When onion get soft then put tomato paste wait until it boils
3. Low the fire and let it boils for 15 minute then put chopped basil
4. Season with salt and pepper (you can put chili pepper instead as you like)
5. Put cooked spaghetti (al dente) in the sauce pan and stir it well
6. Serve with grated Parmesan and you can add some more chopped basil

Buon appetito  Kiss
2  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / [ Italian Cuisine ] Spaghetti ai gamberi on: June 22, 2012 07:32:53 AM


Actually, my husband and I went to have this dish at the restaurant near Coloseo in Rome, I made it once at home but didn't take any picture of it, so I have to use this picture which I took from the restaurant instead Wink

Ingredients :
100 g. spaghetti
150 g. Shimp
3 tbs Olive oil extra vergin
1 tbs Cooking cream (optional)
1 tbs Chopped parsley
1 clove of garlic
1 ladle of broth
1/2 cup of white wine
salt and pepper

1. Boil the water in a pot add some salt and cook the pasta.
2. Warm 3 tbs of olive oil in a sauce pan then add chopped garlic, leave it around 30 sec
3. Add shrimps and turn the fire up, when the shrimp start changing color then add 1/2 cup of white wine. Let it evaporate.
4. Add a ladle of broth, salt and pepper (or chili power). You can put also cooking cream in this step if you like but I prefer not to Smiley
5. Add spaghetti in the sauce pan, stir it well and add chopped parley.

It's ready to serve!!

BUON APETTITO
3  COOKING / Recipes and Cooking Tips / [ Thai cuisine ] Sour & Spicy Salad with glass noodles on: June 21, 2012 07:27:53 AM


This dish is the one of Thai famous foods beside Papaya salad.
The taste are mixed with sour, salty, a bit sweet and spicy.
It is quite easy too make, let's see how Wink


Ingredients :

Salad
100 g. boiled ground pork
200 g. boiled seafood (shrimps,squids,fishes or whatever you like)
100 g. cooked glass noodles (soak glass noodle in the water until it get soft then put in the hot water until it is transparent)
1/2 sliced onion
4-5 cherry tomatoes (or other tomatoes as you like)
some fresh vegetables as you like

Salad dressing (mix everything in food processor)
2 tbs of lemon juice
2 tbs of Thai fish sauce
1 ts of fine sugar
2 tbs pork broth
1 clove of garlic
3 chillies (more or less as you dicide Cheesy but I prefer a bit more)

Then put the salad dressing in the bowl of salad ... stir it well and it's ready to serve Wink
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