COOKING Linguine pasta with crayfish tails and pepper
In Italy pasta relates to almost all starchy food. Now, more and more seldom you can observe embarrassed reaction of the men to the phrase: “I’ve made a pasta for dinner, dear”.
Today we will see how to cook linguine pasta with crayfish tails and hot pepper. Safiullin Arthur, Chef of Sneg restaurant, agreed to demonstrate the cooking process of this dish.For pasta cooking the Chef chose sauté pan and frying pan of Mramornaya/ Marble line of Kukmara trade mark made of cast aluminum and coated with non-stick coating Greblon Non-Stick C2+. Having carefully reviewed the ware Arthur started cooking with delight smile.
PUT SPAGHETTI INTO THE BOILING WATER
The main pasta ingredient is spaghettoni thickened sort of spaghetti that is called linguine.
Pour spaghetti into the boiling water. While the pasta is boiling we will cut and prepare other ingredients.
Cut zucchini into thick strips, chop the mint and cut tomatoes and garlic into wedges. The pepper should be chopped.
PREPARE THE INGREDIENTS
ADD TOMATO PASTE
Check if the spaghetti is ready, don’t forget to remove it from fire! You don’t have to wash it to let it preserve its original taste and useful properties.
Add tomato pasta to the ingredients and boil it for three-four minutes until the sauce becomes evenly red and a bit dense. Then add some butter to make the mixture more similar to sauce.
SOME MORE HISTORY
MIX THE INGREDIENTS
Add salt and pepper optionally. Stir it. Cover the sauce with a half of spaghetti you have boiled. On the top of it put crayfish tails and carefully cover it with one more layer of the remaining pasta.
Stir everything having evenly distributed the ingredients and warm up for 30 seconds more. If you hear interested voices behind your door it shall mean that your neighbors have come for delicious aroma of your dish. However, it’s up to you to share or not :)
PASTA IS READY
That’s all! Pasta with crayfish tails ready. The whole cooking process took not more than 25 minutes!
If you like wine, Chianti, Italian dry red wine,, manufactured in Tuscany region from Sangiovese grape.
ENJOY YOUR MEAL!
Today Safiullin Airat, Chef of Sneg restaurant, was doing his best for you. He was satisfied with the ware quality and will recommend it to his relatives and friends for purchase.