Penne Arrabbiatta

Arrabbiata means hot-tempered in Italian, this describes this dish exactly - it's hot and spicy.

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)
Serves 2 Cook: 13 min

Ingredients

Olive oil 5-6 tbsp
Garlic 2 cloves
Dried chilli 2
Pancetta or bacon 100g
Tinned tomatoes 1
Penne 220g
Basil leaves or parsley if you like
Parmigiano reggiano (optional) if you like

Method

1
Add 1-1.5% salt to the amount of water to boil for the penne.
2
In a large frying pan, add the olive oil and fry the smashed garlic and pancetta cut into small pieces on medium heat.
3
Fry the pancetta until it's really crispy and releases oils into the olive oil.
4
Remove the garlic before it gets burnt and add the dried chilli (break in half and remove some seeds first).
5
Before the chillis burn, add the tomatoes and one ladle of pasta water. Allow the sauce to reduce on medium heat.
6
When the pasta is ready, the sauce should be reduced and thickened. Check for seasoning and add more pasta water if it's not salty enough.
7
Add the cooked penne and mix well to combine thoroughly. Add finely chopped basil or parsley if you like.
8
Transfer to a serving dish and sprinkle with the cheese, if you like, before serving.

Tips & Note

●There's no stock in this recipe but the pasta water, oils from the pancetta and tomatoes will be more than good enough to create a flavourful sauce. With the cheese on top, this is more than enough taste!
●The spiciness is up to you - keep all the chilli seeds or remove them as you like. But if it proves to be too hot, you might be arrabbiata!

Penne Arrabbiatta

Arrabbiata means hot-tempered in Italian, this describes this dish exactly - it's hot and spicy.

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)

Serves 2

Cook: 13 min

Ingredients

Olive oil 5-6 tbsp
Garlic 2 cloves
Dried chilli 2
Pancetta or bacon 100g
Tinned tomatoes 1
Penne 220g
Basil leaves or parsley if you like
Parmigiano reggiano (optional) if you like

Penne Arrabbiatta

Recipe ID :1018 Posted on 20 AUG 2015

Serves 2

Cook 13min
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Arrabbiata means hot-tempered in Italian, this describes this dish exactly - it's hot and spicy.

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5-6 tbsp
2 cloves
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100g
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220g
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Method

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13min
1
Add 1-1.5% salt to the amount of water to boil for the penne.
2
In a large frying pan, add the olive oil and fry the smashed garlic and pancetta cut into small pieces on medium heat.
3
Fry the pancetta until it's really crispy and releases oils into the olive oil.
4
Remove the garlic before it gets burnt and add the dried chilli (break in half and remove some seeds first).
5
Before the chillis burn, add the tomatoes and one ladle of pasta water. Allow the sauce to reduce on medium heat.
6
When the pasta is ready, the sauce should be reduced and thickened. Check for seasoning and add more pasta water if it's not salty enough.
7
Add the cooked penne and mix well to combine thoroughly. Add finely chopped basil or parsley if you like.
8
Transfer to a serving dish and sprinkle with the cheese, if you like, before serving.

Tips & Note

●There's no stock in this recipe but the pasta water, oils from the pancetta and tomatoes will be more than good enough to create a flavourful sauce. With the cheese on top, this is more than enough taste!
●The spiciness is up to you - keep all the chilli seeds or remove them as you like. But if it proves to be too hot, you might be arrabbiata!

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